WOW Intern Spotlight
"This summer I will be interning at National Consumers League, a non-profit group that advocates for the rights of workers and consumers. They promote social and economic justice in the U.S. and abroad by tackling a range of issues, from food safety to child labor. I am looking forward to working on their campaigns that fight for paid sick days and minimum wage and educate Americans to protect them from fraud. As a Health: Science, Society and Policy major, I am interested in their healthy food initiatives and their work to raise patient awareness about medication adherence. I am incredibly excited to join the NCL team and to be a part of the WOW Fellowship this summer. This unique opportunity will bridge my academic pursuits with my passion for pursuing social justice and teach me about working in a small and inspiring professional environment. "
- Rebecca Groner '17, National Consumers League, Washington, DC
Premier Social Justice Internships Funded by WOW!
PAID Internships in Social Justice! GUARANTEED for a Brandeis Student!
The Hiatt Career Center is pleased to announce a special subset of the Social Justice Fellowships through the continued support of the Louis D. Brandeis Legacy Fund for Social Justice. Hiatt is partnering with premier social justice mission-based organizations to offer a funded* summer internship for a qualified Brandeis undergraduate. Internship sites include:
- American Jewish World Service, New York, NY
- AVODAH, New York, NY
- Interfaith Worker Justice, various locations across the US
- National Consumers League , Washington, DC
- United for a Fair Economy, Boston, MA
- Alliance for Justice, Washington, DC
- Auschwitz Institute for Peace and Reconciliation (Latin America Program), New York, NY and possible travel to Latin America -
*Recipients will receive $4000.
Please note: ALL WOW Applicant Characteristics, Eligibility Criteria and Recipient Requirements apply.
For more information, please contact Jackie Blesso, Assistant Director of Career Development.
**After applying for these opportunities, students are encouraged to continue searching for another summer internship in order to apply for other WOW funds.