2020 Summer Funded Internships
Billion Oyster Project. 9/11 Tribute Museum. Women Make Movies. Control Arms. Looking for an internship? Apply by Sunday, April 19, to be considered for the Wilson Center’s popular summer funded internship program!
Launched in 2009, the Wilson Center Summer Funded Internship Program funds up to 15 Pace students each summer to intern at organizations in the New York metro area including government agencies, innovative nonprofit organizations, and social enterprises. The program highlights the abundant cross-disciplinary career opportunities available to you where you can get paid to make a difference!
Past internship opportunities include:
- >> Asian American Federation (Laurianne Gutierrez ’21)
- >> Arc Stages (Will Giuseffi ’20)
- >> She’s the First (Nicole Ojeda ’21)
- >> MindLeaps (Melissa Correa ’20)
- >> Endeavor Global (Tandieka Johnson ’20)
- >> In addition to the 9/11 Tribute Museum, Center for Employment Opportunities, Latino U College Access, Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), and more!
“The Wilson Center has been very supportive throughout [my] internship,” Johnson told the team over at Lubin. “As the social media marketing intern [at Endeavor Global], I’ve had the opportunity to work with the marketing communications manager to develop social media strategies and create content to promote the brand and the entrepreneurs that they work with.”
Interested? Here are the requirements:
- >> You must be currently enrolled at Pace and graduating in December 2020 or later.
- >> All majors welcome. Federal work study and international students are encouraged to apply!
- >> Work is full-time for eight weeks between June and September. Applicants must be able to make a 35-hour per week commitment.
- >> Be willing to present learning outcomes to peers during the Fall 2020 semester.
Total award is $4,480 ($16 per hour) for eight weeks. To apply, please read more on the Wilson Center website. The deadline to apply is Sunday, April 19, 2020. This year, positions are being offered with the following organizations: 9/11 Memorial & Museum; 9/11 Tribute Museum; Asian American Federation; Billion Oyster Project; Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO); Center for Urban Future; Control Arms; ExpandED Schools; Folia Water; Global Policy Forum; Hudson River Park Trust; Rescuing Leftover Cuisine; and Women Make Movies.
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