Introducing the Emerson Collective 2021 Summer Internship
We are recruiting a diverse team of 30 rising college sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are committed to helping communities, are passionate about social justice, and are driven to accelerate positive impact in our world.
The application window for 2021 Summer Internships closes at
11:55pm PT on January 29, 2021.
Summer Internships: Health and safety are our top priorities. At this time, we plan to proceed with the 2021 summer internship program in person. We will continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 situation and will provide updates as needed on a shift to remote / virtual internships.
Over the course of an eight-week paid internship in the summer of 2021, Emerson Collective will catalyze an extraordinary and talented group of college students through mentorship, enriching programs, and meaningful work experience.
Selected Interns will work out of the Emerson Collective offices in Palo Alto, California or Washington, DC. Those interning with XQ will be based in Oakland, California. Placement locations will be determined by the internship and we are unable to accommodate adjustments.
Areas of focus include, but are not limited to, communications, project support, events, policy, and research. Summer interns will also participate in weekly programming designed to develop leadership capacity and build out professional networks.
- December 3rd - January 29th: Internship applications accepted.
- February 15 - March 5th: Interview period
- March 22nd: Deadline for students to accept offers
- June 14th: Internship program begins
- August 6th: Internship program concludes
*Start and end dates are not flexible and applicants should be able to work within this time frame.
This is a paid internship that offers both housing and travel stipends.
About Emerson Collective
Emerson Collective is a social change organization that deploys a wide range of tools — from impact investing to philanthropy to advocacy — in pursuit of a more equal and just America. We focus on creating systemic change in education, immigration, climate, and cancer research and treatment.
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