Fully paid internships with the Council of Graduate Schools

by Vash Doshi, Graduate Career Peer
Wednesday, April 28, 2021 3:00 PM

The Council of Graduate Schools (CGS) is offering three paid, fully virtual summer internships this summer in the areas of Broadening Participation in Graduate EducationCommunications and Corporate Relations, and Public Policy and Government Affairs. Any master’s or doctoral student currently enrolled at a CGS member institution (UCSB qualifies) is eligible to apply. Students will be expected to commit approximately 140 hours over the six- to eight-week period. The stipend for this position is $3,000.00.

Last date to apply is May 4 and internships begin June 21. 

1. Virtual Summer Internship , Public Policy and Government Affairs
This internship focuses on CGS’s efforts to influence public policy and government affairs on issues relevant to graduate education and research. Click the hyperlink above for more info and to apply.

2. Virtual Summer Internship, Communications and Corporate Relations
This internship focuses on communications and corporate relations area of CGS and will be shaped according to the student’s interest. Click the hyperlink above for more info and to apply.

3. Virtual Summer Internship, Broadening Participation in Graduate Education
This internship focuses on CGS’s efforts toward broadening participation in graduate education. Click the hyperlink above for more info and to apply.

About Council of Graduate Schools
For more than five decades, the Council of Graduate Schools (CGS) has been the national voice for the graduate dean community. CGS is the only national organization in the United States that is dedicated solely to the advancement of graduate education and research. CGS accomplishes its mission through advocacy in the policy arena, innovative research, and the development and dissemination of best practices. CGS also acts as a convening authority, organizing major events that bring together graduate deans and other stakeholders to discuss and take action on a broad range of issues affecting graduate education today.