The Koch Internship Program (KIP) is a paid, 10-week experiential learning program offered in the spring (February 9 - April 13, 2023) or summer (June 1 - August 3, 2023) that offers meaningful work experience at non-profits all over the country tackling some of our nation’s most pressing challenges. Interns also virtually attend professional development sessions every Thursday from 10 am - 5 pm ET and are mentored by seasoned professionals as they craft a capstone project on the topic that matters most to them. You must be available for the entirety of all sessions to be eligible to receive the $4500 stipend.
What You’ll Experience
You are a current student or recent graduate exploring careers that help others improve their lives. Whether your passion for social impact involves revitalizing communities, government, education, or business, you have a drive to identify problems and get excited about finding new solutions that have meaningful results. You’re entrepreneurial, curious, and excited to become an effective leader in tackling the major challenges of our time.
Qualifications You’ll Bring to the KIP Experience
Standout Interns May Also Bring
Successful candidates will interview with both Stand Together Fellowships staff and non-profit partner organizations, so we encourage you to apply today, giving yourself ample time to thoroughly explore the opportunities offered by our partners and find the role that’s best for you! Please complete your application through our website and check out our FAQs for more details.
About Stand Together Fellowships
Learn more about Stand Together Fellowships here.
Stand Together Fellowships believes that diversity in experiences, perspectives, knowledge and ideas fuels creativity, broadens knowledge, and helps drive success. Our admissions office treats all program participants and applicants with honesty, dignity, respect and sensitivity. We welcome all qualified applicants regardless of color, race, religion, religious creed, sex, gender or gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, ethnicity, ancestry, age, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, pregnancy (including medical needs which may arise from pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), military and veteran status, genetic information, marital or familial status, political affiliation, or any other legally recognized protected basis under federal, state or local laws, regulations or ordinances.