RWJF Summer Internships Now Available
Do you know a bright college student? A 10-week summer internship at the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation could put them on a path toward a rewarding career in philanthropy.
For more than ten years the Foundation has hosted summer interns, a program that provides an opportunity for college students in various disciplines to learn how a career in philanthropy can make a difference. Interns will have the opportunity to gain meaningful, hands-on work experience and the opportunity to apply coursework concepts to real-world work situations over a ten-week period. The program will culminate with a presentation of intern work.
The summer intern cohort will be part of an orientation program that will take them beyond their immediate project to learn and gain insights from our diverse and talented staff on how the Foundation works to solve some of the most pressing health issues in our nation to provide all the opportunity to live a healthier life.
The Foundation seeks students who are curious, motivated, flexible, self-directed and have passion for work that supports a mission. Although each intern project is uniquely based on a topic area and scope of work, all interns will be required to conduct research, gather data, and present findings. Specific project details are below.
For more information, visit the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation website.