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Student Employment Opportunities

Every year, Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation offers exciting employment opportunities for North Carolina college students, graduate students, and recent graduates interested in philanthropy, public policy, community service and/or the nonprofit sector.

As the deadlines approach for our 2014 summer programs, we want to make sure your students know about them!

ZSR Summer Internship: A paid, research-intensive summer internship for current undergraduate and graduate students.

Non-Profit Internship Program (NPIP): 20 paid summer internships with non-profits across the state for Pell-eligible undergraduates.

Applications for the ZSR Summer Internship and NPIP are now available through www.zsr.org. Applications and related materials are due by midnight on January 6, 2014 for the ZSR Summer Internship and February 3, 2014 for NPIP. Students of color are encouraged to apply.

Interested students should keep in mind that the two programs have separate application processes and eligibility standards. ZSR Summer Internship applicants should email their application and resume with the byline “Internship Application” to benb@zsr.org by the January 6th deadline. NPIP applicants, in contrast, should apply through the Applicant Stack platform available on the ZSR website. NPIP applicants are encouraged to apply to multiple host organizations to increase their chances of acceptance. However, a student may only be accepted at one placement in a given summer.

Published: Tuesday, January 07, 2014
by Technology Support Analyst, Raymond P Dragon
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