We are no longer accepting intern applications for the 2016-2017 academic year.
- CAWP generally offers unpaid, volunteer internships.
- In some cases, we are able to offer credit for internships; this depends on your department's or institution's policy. Internships for credit generally require a paper or other written product in addition to work on CAWP projects.
- Other internships are offered as needed by CAWP staff and faculty. After we review your cover letter and resume, we will decide whether there is a fit between your interests/skills and our current projects.
Please direct general questions about internships at CAWP to Sasha Patterson (848-932-8809).
When I decided to intern at CAWP, I looked forward to the opportunity to help empower and educate other women, and that was incredibly fulfulling. What I could not have predicted was that I would find my own life change – and that I would be so inspired about future work in politics. - Youngmin Yi, Wellesley College Class of 2010