Internships & Fellowships

The Center for Civic Education is pleased to offer internship and fellowship programs for college students, graduate and professional students, as well as adults looking for experience in civic and constitutional education.

Students can complete school-sponsored internships for credit or non-credit as determined by the school, while gaining experience and insight applicable to their future careers.

Positions are available for the fall, spring, and summer and all interns and fellows are paid a modest stipend for their contributions unless prohibited by their school-sponsored program. Internships and fellowships are available in areas such as development, education (through our various programs), editing, marketing, public relations, and social media. We pride ourselves in ensuring that our interns and fellows receive hands-on, practical experience in the work of the Center.

As with our staff, all internships and fellowships follow a flexible model, allowing for remote work whenever possible.

Interns Should

  • Be enrolled in an accredited college or university program
  • Be available approximately one to three days a week

Fellows Should

  • Be enrolled in an accredited graduate or professional degree program or be an adult looking for experience in the civic and constitutional education space
  • Be available approximately one to three days a week

To Apply

Please send a cover letter and resume detailing your interest in working within the civic and constitutional education space to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. In particular, feel free to highlight any specific areas of our work that you are particularly interested in. We accept general applications at all times of the year; however, to see a specific listing of positions we are currently specifically recruiting for, please click here.* 

* We have no specific listings at this time


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