The Generation Project is hiring summer interns to work on a variety of projects and priorities throughout summer 2010! If you're a college or graduate student seeking experience with a cutting-edge education nonprofit, please consider applying to work with us!
The document at the bottom of this post outlines the summer intern application process and the various duties for which interns could be responsible, including:
- -College Initiative Director
- -Event Planning
- -Research and Grant Writing
- -Executive Assistant to the President
- -Website Development
Because some intern candidates have a variety of skills to offer and are seeking a wide range of experiences, it is possible to work on more than one category of priorities. Final responsibilities will be determined based on both the most pressing needs of The Generation Project and the degree of interest of selected applicants.
1. Submit a cover letter in the form of an email addressed to the President, Jessica Rauch, at email@example.com. In the email, applicants should include why they hope to work for The Generation Project during summer 2010 as well as the skills they hope to develop through the internship.
2. Attach an updated resume which includes academic GPA and relevant experience.
Because The Generation Project is web-based, it is possible to participate in a summer internship in one of our regions (Chicago, Detroit, New York City, Washington, DC) or virtually (from anywhere with an internet connection).
For more information about specific positions that are available, please download the following document:
The Generation Project Summer 2010 Internship Positions.pdf (339.32 kb)