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  • Coro Kansas City Summer Internship in Public Affairs | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Nonprofit Foundation For profit Business Pathway Not specified Description The Coro Kansas City Summer Internship in Public Affairs is offered through a partnership with Park University s Hauptmann School for Public Affairs The 10 week program is open to recent college graduates and to sophomores juniors seniors and graduate students from any college or university Participants earn elective credit from Park University and in many cases can transfer the credit back to their home institutions Coro Kansas City pays summer tuition for program participants and provides a stipend The Program is led by The Honorable Kay Barnes former Mayor of Kansas City Missouri and Distinguished Professor for Public Leadership at Park University s Hauptmann School for Public Affairs Kay will work closely with Don Wise Hauptmann School Fellow for Nonprofit Leadership at Park University the former Executive Director of the Civic Leadership Training Council and a respected non profit consultant The purpose of the internship is to develop future community leaders through exposure to community issues leadership development civic leaders and organizations This structured internship program is demanding full time and requires an interest in public affairs Each intern is assigned an individual internship in each of the five sectors of business government labor media and non profit organizations Participants are immersed in these five internship sectors allowing them to learn experientially and establish significant professional contacts In addition to individual placements interns enjoy a broad range of leadership and professional development opportunities They are also immersed in the Greater Kansas City Region gaining first hand knowledge of its challenges and its opportunities In past years interns have participated in sessions concentrating on team building mock trials diversity training money management career management media training labor mediation entrepreneurship small business the arts and many other topics Coro Interns have many

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/coro-kc-fellows (2015-11-16)
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  • Council on Foreign Relations Internship Program | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    ENGAGED LEARNING COMMUNITY BASED RESEARCH FOR STUDENTS PUBLIC SERVICE HONOR SOCIETY PUBLIC SERVICE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM PUBLIC SERVICE SCHOLARS PROGRAM INNOVATION GRANTS ASSOCIATED ORGANIZATIONS AND PROGRAMS WebAuth Login SUNetID Users Council on Foreign Relations Internship Program Organization Center on Foreign Relations URL http www cfr org about career opportunities internships html Deadline Month Rolling Duration Summer 1 year Open to Graduate students Graduating students Recent graduates Alumni Undergraduates Location US East Coast New York City Washington DC Issue Focus Area Topic International Affairs Development Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Policy Politics Description The Council on Foreign Relations Internship Program offers outstanding volunteer opportunities for college students graduate students and graduates focusing on international relations and who are pursuing a career in foreign policy or a related field Volunteer interns are recruited year round on a semester basis to volunteer in both the New York and Washington DC offices and all volunteer internships are filled on a rolling basis An intern s volunteer duties generally consist of program coordination research editing and writing The volunteer internships are unpaid Student Affairs The Haas Center for Public Service is proud to be part of Student Affairs which advances student development and learning fosters community engagement

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  • CPL DC New Leaders Fellowship | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Leaders Fellowship Organization Center for Progressive Leadership URL http cplnewleaders org nlfellows php Deadline Month Unknown Duration 1 year program Open to Graduate students Graduating students Recent graduates Alumni Undergraduates Location US East Coast Washington DC Issue Focus Area Topic Not Specified Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Activism Policy Politics Description The New Leaders Fellowship is a six month part time leadership and professional development program that provides young progressives who are working for social change with the opportunity to strengthen their leadership skills and deepen their networks in the progressive movement Fellows will participate in training coaching project based work and community building Meet the CPL New Leaders Who Should Apply CPL is looking for individuals who Are committed to progressive political change Have demonstrated leadership experience Are between 21 30 years old in general there may be exceptions Have less than 2 years of professional experience working toward progressive political and policy change CPL maintains a strong focus on diversity and encourages people of color women and people who identify as LGBTQ among many others to apply Program Components New Leaders Fellows will receive ongoing support from CPL including Training monthly leadership and skill building trainings spread over six months from July to December 2012 Coaching Each program participant will receive career coaching from experienced progressive leaders and practice fundamental skills with an assigned peer coach Project Based Work All participants will undertake a 360 Degree Review of their leadership skills develop a Personal Political Leadership Plan PPLP and participate in a fundraising challenge Community Building New Leaders will be invited to meet alumni and other progressives in DC to expand their networks Fellowship candidates must be able to commit to the entire six month program Candidates are also required to participate in regularly scheduled trainings coaching sessions and

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  • CPL New Leaders Internship Program | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Program Organization Center for Progressive Leadership URL http www cplnewleaders org programoverview php Deadline Month Unknown Duration Summer Open to Undergraduates Location US East Coast Washington DC Issue Focus Area Topic Not Specified Sector Field Government Nonprofit Foundation Pathway Activism Policy Politics Description CPL s New Leaders Internship Program brings young people from underrepresented communities across the country with a demonstrated passion for progressive change to Washington D C every summer for paid on the job experience in a top progressive organization leadership training coaching networking and community building Overview CPL s New Leaders Internship Program is a ten week summer program in Washington D C for young people from underrepresented communities across the country with a demonstrated passion for progressive change Each CPL New Leader is matched with a paid internship in a leading progressive organization in DC including policy and research work advocacy organizing media relations and on line communications CPL New Leaders also participate in orientation and closing workshops weekly trainings coaching and a variety of networking events conferences and other opportunities Meet the 2011 New Leaders Interns A Paid Internship at a Leading Progressive Organization CPL places each New Leader into a full time paid internship at a leading progressive organization The CPL New Leaders Program is designed to help you have the most interesting and rewarding experience possible Specific intern responsibilities vary according to the needs of our partner organizations however all include substantive work such as conducting research coordinating events managing databases covering congressional hearings fundraising participating in direct services or writing for newsletters or other publications See a list of where last year s New Leaders worked for the summer Interns should also expect some clerical duties such as filing answering phones or photocopying Each internship experience varies from person to person based

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  • CSIS Internships | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Strategic International Studies URL http csis org about us internships Deadline Month Other Varying deadlines Duration Summer 1 year Open to Graduate students Recent graduates Alumni Undergraduates Location US East Coast Washington DC Issue Focus Area Topic International Affairs Development Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Engaged Scholarship Policy Politics Description CSIS offers full and part time internships in the fall spring and summer for undergraduates advanced students and recent graduates who

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  • Dalai Lama Fellows | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Sector Field Not specified Pathway Direct Service Description Dalai Lama Fellows a global program personally authorized by His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama envisions and works towards a world that tends to the good of the whole as well as the individual We do this by guiding a global network of young social entrepreneurs to deepen their effectiveness by integrating secular ethics contemplative values and compassion We award highly selective year long Fellowship grants of up to 10 000 varies from country to country to exceptional undergraduate and graduate students from select partners who want to design and launch ambitious compassion in action projects in one or more of four areas a Enhancing understanding and cooperation across peoples and cultures b Diminishing violence and promoting peace c Helping to alleviate poverty through creative initiatives and d Protecting the environment Grant awards cover project expenses and airfare to the Ethical Leadership Assembly a weeklong convening of Fellows held in June 2013 and June 2014 near San Francisco California Over the course of the year Fellows are immersed in a reflective leadership curriculum where they explore universal human values including contemplation compassion emotional resilience discernment and courage from a secular perspective Dalai

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  • David A. Winston Health Policy Fellowship | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    PROGRAM PUBLIC SERVICE SCHOLARS PROGRAM INNOVATION GRANTS ASSOCIATED ORGANIZATIONS AND PROGRAMS WebAuth Login SUNetID Users David A Winston Health Policy Fellowship Organization Association of University Programs in Health Administration URL http www winstonfellowship com thefellowship html Deadline Month October Duration 1 year program Open to Graduate students Location US East Coast Washington DC Issue Focus Area Topic Health Medicine Sector Field Government Nonprofit For profit Business Pathway Policy Politics Description The David A Winston Health Policy Fellowship is a 12 16 month postgraduate experience in Washington D C The first portion of the Fellowship is a planned rotation of at least three months during which the Fellows will visit various centers of current health policy development at the national level and may include activities at nearby state capitals During the final months the Fellows will pursue a full time placement with the guidance of the Board of Trustees which is comprised of key policy makers from the private and public sectors This program gives the Fellows the advantage of the Board s judgment and access as well as an opportunity for personal initiative and exploration of a single issue Student Affairs The Haas Center for Public Service is proud to

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  • DC Internships | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    SERVICE COMMUNITY ENGAGED LEARNING COMMUNITY BASED RESEARCH FOR STUDENTS PUBLIC SERVICE HONOR SOCIETY PUBLIC SERVICE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM PUBLIC SERVICE SCHOLARS PROGRAM INNOVATION GRANTS ASSOCIATED ORGANIZATIONS AND PROGRAMS WebAuth Login SUNetID Users DC Internships Organization The Fund for American Studies URL http www dcinternships org Deadline Month Other Varying deadlines Duration Summer 1 year Open to Undergraduates Location US East Coast Washington DC International Asia Pacific Islands Europe Latin America Caribbean Issue Focus Area Topic Arts Culture Media Community Economic Development Human Rights Civil Rights International Affairs Development Sector Field Government Pathway Policy Politics Description While participating in the undergraduate Washington DC programs students live in on campus housing at George Washington University or in furnished apartments in the Capitol Hill neighborhood Each student takes 6 9 credit hours in courses at George Mason University in addition to interning 30 35 hours per week Students also have the opportunity to enroll in our Mentor Program attend site briefings visit D C landmarks sit in on professional development seminars and meet top experts in their field Student Affairs The Haas Center for Public Service is proud to be part of Student Affairs which advances student development and learning fosters community engagement promotes

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