Looking for intensive leadership development in social justice, education, community organizing, youth development, environmental activism, or community development? Work and Learn with organizations in the fields of Youth & Education, Environment & Agriculture, Community Development and Immigrants & Refugees.
Students who have taken a CBL course or held a significant community leadership position are eligible to apply to become paid Community Fellows. Fellows make a two-semester commitment to a paid, 6-10 hour/week internship in a local organization, and enroll in an academic course and leadership development. Students who pursue summer LYNK internships may be able to continue as Fellows during the academic year. For more information, contact Assistant Director of Community Engagement, Angelica Castro at firstname.lastname@example.org.