Each week the Career Services team will highlight new or unusual opportunities in for undergraduates, graduate students and alumni. This edition features internship picks—and explanations—by two of the Peer Career Advisers (PCAs), Cara Yi ’19 and Anna Dong ’20.
Handshake Jobs & Internships:
- U.S. Department of Energy: Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship Program
Paid summer research opportunity specifically with the Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy
- City of Boston: Citywide Analytics Team Summer Fellowship
Paid; open to undergraduates from any major, but program specifically in data science, analytics, performance management, GIS, and data engineering.
- Hudson Institute Political Studies: Summer Fellowship
Paid; seminars in political theory applied to understanding public policy and American political principles.
- Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC): Summer Internship
Paid; financial services industry.
- Vimeo: Upload Engineering Internship
Vimeo is the largest, ad-free video platform, and this Internship offers the chance to explore the infrastructure behind its success. For computer science majors or other students passionate about programming, this represents an opportunity to learn and grow with a leading company in an inclusive, diversity-centric culture.
- Global Health Fellows Program II: Maternal and Child Health Research Intern
GHFP-II’s goal is to improve the effectiveness of USAID health programs by addressing the Agency’s immediate and emerging human capacity needs. Interns will be central to promoting diversity and will become important members of a pool of future global health profession leaders. The maternal and child health intern will research across the Bureau for Global Health as well as developing a deep understanding of USAID’s work and the general Child Healthcare system.
- Changing the Present: Intern or Volunteer
Changing the Present is a fast growing nonprofit which provides the opportunity for Americans to channel their gift-giving into the experience of a shared donation. Interns will have the opportunity to get involved in the organization’s core in leadership positions. The organization works to improve a variety of issues including women’s rights, mental health, LGBTQIA+ representation and many more and an intern would have opportunities to work on projects that interest them.
Do you have any questions? Are there any specific employers or industries that you’re interested in? Let us know!