Internships in London, Brighton, San Francisco and New York

All expenses paid.

INTO Giving, the philanthropic branch of INTO University Partnerships, is offering INTO students a unique opportunity to develop their employability through summer 2022 internships with one of its strategic partners, Room to Read, a global education non-profit.

INTO Giving is partnering with Room to Read with a £60,000 (US $75,000) three-year grant in support of girls’ education in eleven countries across Asia and Africa.

Three INTO student internships will be hosted by INTO Giving’s partner Room to Read, with a fourth hosted by INTO Giving itself in Brighton. The New York and San Francisco internships are available to US-based students who have matriculated from INTO to an INTO partner university, and the London and Brighton internships are available to UK-based INTO students who are progressing to an INTO partner university or who have already done so. See Terms and Conditions at end of page.

 

Each internship will last 4-6 continuous weeks in summer 2022 (e.g.June- July). Start and end dates are flexible, according to INTO student and host availability. Typical working days and times will be Mon-Fri 9-5pm

To help ensure students from a variety of financial backgrounds feel encouraged to apply, INTO Giving will assist with accommodation and travel costs. Any additional costs are the responsibility of the INTO student intern. Please note: The cost of the Internship Programme is paid for by financial support from INTO University Partnerships' Founder, Andrew Colin. No donations from our supporters are used to finance this programme. 

The Student Services Officer will then submit the application to INTO Giving for consideration.

Please note - All applications must be received by INTO Giving by 30 November 2021.

 

*UK internships are open to INTO students from any UK centre.*

*US internships are open to INTO students from INTO GMU, INTO UAB, INTO SLU, INTO OSU and INTO Suffolk.*

 

 

 


Student Internships Timeline

In March 2022, successful candidates will take part in a journalistic interview, with photos, that will be used in publicity by INTO and INTO Giving websites and social media.

In June or July 2022, INTO student interns will take part in a second journalistic interview, plus a short film about the internships that will be used in in publicity by INTO and INTO Giving websites and social media

An INTO Giving selection panel will assess applications, agree on three applicants and follow-up with applicants’ references. Shortlisted candidates will be interviewed via video call.

Successful and unsuccessful applicants will be notified through their INTO centre's student services officer.

Please note...

INTO Giving student internships are exclusive to INTO students who fulfil the following requirements:

  • Have IELTS Level 6 or higher or TOEFL 70 or higher,
  • Have no academic concerns from their INTO centre
  • (UK-based INTO students only) have completed an INTO pathway programme with the intention of progressing to an INTO partner university or who have already done so.
  • (US-based INTO students only) have matriculated into, and are in their second year at, an INTO US centre, having first and successfully completed and INTO Pathway course.
  • All applicants must be 18-years of age or older at the time of applying.
  • INTO student interns must have and demonstrate valid visas prior to and for the duration of the internship.
  • INTO student interns who drop out of internships (not due to doctor-certified illness or injury) are responsible for any new travel arrangements, additional costs incurred.

*UK internships are open to INTO students from any UK centre.*

*US internships are open to INTO students from INTO GMU, INTO UAB, INTO SLU, INTO OSU and INTO Suffolk.*