First, don't forget about the Letters and Science Career Services Summer Internship Scholarship! These scholarships provide between $2000 and $5000 to allow students to take an unpaid internship for Summer 2017. Applications are due March 31, but you MUST already have an internship offer for the summer to be eligible. Keep this in mind as you are applying for summer positions!
Second, the Jones Leadership Center at the Wisconsin Union is looking for interns to
work collaboratively to support the 4 JLC Series by maintaining office hours (6-8 hours weekly), program facilitation (3-4 workshops per semester), attendance at a weekly staff meeting and assuming additional tasks as needed. Hourly student appointment through the ’16 -‘17 academic year; 8-10 hours/week, negotiable. $9.70/per hour.
To Apply: Please submit resume, cover letter, and contact information for one reference by 5pm Friday, January 13, 2017 to Heidi Lang, WI Union Assistant Director – Program and Leadership Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Third, the Madison Mallard baseball team and the Wisconsin Grocers Assocation both have internships available for the spring semester:
a. Community Relations Intern for Madison Mallards
are seeking an individual to assist in the coordination and success of the Lil’ Ducks Reading Program, an incentive-based reading program for kids grades K-8. This internship is a SPRING SEMESTER internship and runs from January 1, 2017 to May 1, 2017.
b. Government Affairs Intern for WI Grocers Association
, but are not limited to, attending/preparing for legislative meetings, committee hearings and our annual Grocers in the Capitol Day. You will also assist staff members with legislative initiatives, legislative research, media relations, writing for trade magazine, membership service programs and general administrative functions of our office. This internship is for spring 2017.
Fourth, the Asian Pan-American Institute for Congressional Studies is accepting applications for its eight-week summer program in Washington, D.C. APAICS promotes Asian Pacific American participation and representation in all levels of politics, from community service all the way to elected office and places its interns in Congressional offices and federal agencies. It provides a $2000 stipend and round-trip airfare to and from D.C. within the continental U.S. Housing is not provided, but limited additional financial support may be available (on a case-by-case basis). Applications are due January 31.
Fifth, the State of Wisconsin Summer Affirmative Action Internship Program (SAAIP) seeks to provide eligible students in historically underrepresented workforce populations with practical on-the-job experience, training, and exposure to the State of Wisconsin's Civil Service System. Positions may vary in job content and location; applicants may select up to three positions for which they would like to be considered. Applications are due March 7.