Partnered Internship Program

Partnered Internship Program

The Kravis Leadership Institute (KLI) had partnered with several high-impact nonprofit organizations to create summer internship opportunities for CMC students through the KLI Partnered Internship program which features Kravis Prize Organizations. These internships are expected to challenge interns with meaningful responsibility and leadership development as well as expose the student intern to organizational leadership dynamics. Selected interns will receive a stipend of up to $6,000 to assist with travel and living expenses associated with the internship. All participants are required to complete the requirements of INT 198, Internship, for academic credit. For Additional Information Contact: Dr. Sherylle Tan,

Internship Positions for Summer 2021

BRAC USA, 2007 Kravis Prize Recipient: BRAC empowers people and communities in situations of poverty, illiteracy, disease, and social injustice. Deadline March 10 at 11:59pm.

Research, Innovation, and Learning Intern, Remote (Handshake ID# 4441012)

Endeavor is the 2015 Kravis Prize Recipient. Endeavor catalyzes long-term economic growth by selecting, mentoring, and accelerating the best high impact entrepreneurs around the world. Deadline March 3 at 11:59pm.

Fundacion Escuela Nueva, 2011 Kravis Prize Recipient: Escuela Nueva is a nonprofit organization that works to improve the quality, relevance, and efficiency of education through personalized learning centered on the learner. Deadline March 10 at 11:59pm.

Forum for African Women Educationalists (FAWE), 2008 Kravis Prize Recipient: FAWE is a pan-African Non-Governmental Organization working to empower girls and women through gender-responsive education.

o   Internship description to come, Location to be determined

Helen Keller International, 2014 Kravis Prize Recipient: Helen Keller International works to combat the causes and consequences of blindness and malnutrition by establishing programs based on evidence and research in vision, health and nutrition. Deadline March 3 at 11:59pm.

  INJAZ Al-Arab, 2012 Kravis Prize Recipient: INJAZ Al-Arab harnesses the mentorship of Arab business leaders to help inspire a culture of entrepreneurialism and business innovation among Arab youth.

o Internship description to come, Location to be determined

Landesa, 2006 Kravis Prize Recipient: Landesa secures legal land rights for the world’s poorest families. Deadline March 3 at 11:59pm.

Pratham USA, 2010 Kravis Prize Recipient: Pratham is the largest non-governmental organization working to provide quality education to the underprivileged children of India. Deadline March 3 at 11:59pm.

Save the Children, KLI Partner Organization: Save the Children is the leading independent organization creating lasting change in the lives of children in need in the United States and around the world.

o   Summer Action Network Intern, virtual (Handshake ID# 4464905)

“I had an incredible experience at Save the Children as a Global Development, Public Policy, and Advocacy intern. It was eye-opening to meet inspiring and forward-thinking leaders in the organization and delve into global and domestic policies related to education, aid effectiveness, and gender equality”

Michelle Cao ’18

2017 Partnered Internship Program Recipients

  • Klaudia Dziewulski ’18 interned in Bogata, Columbia at the Escuela Nueva Organization.
  • Alex Brussel ’18 interned in Endeavor Global’s New York city office.

  • Sabrine Griffith ’19 also interned in the New York city office.

  • Rowan Mulligan ’18 interned in Endeavor’s office based out of Madrid, Spain.
  • Jenny Fang ’19 interned in Pratham’s office in Mumbai, India 
  • Bryan Carlen ’20 interned in Pratham’s New York city U.S. headquarters.
  • Gina Wu ’19 interned in Amman, Jordan at the Injaz Al-Arab organization.
  • Michelle Cao ’18 interned at Save the Children located in Washington, D.C.
  • Yue Shen ’19 interned in Toronto, Canada for Right to Play.
  • Chenyu Li ’19 interned in Beijing China for the Landesa Institute.

  • Will Edwards ’19 interned at the Landesa branch in Seattle, Washington.