Programs designed for college students interested in social change.
SISGI Group Interns work in project teams connecting their academic and career interests and gain critical thinking skills, the ability to develop original products to address social issues and skills in project management and research.
Key Components of This Unique Experience
- Interdisciplinary look at Social Change
- Institute for Social Change online courses
- Mentoring and Career Development
- Research and Case Analysis
- Hands on Practical Experience Solving Pressing Issues Within a Nonprofit Organization
- Training in Social Media for Social Change
- Videoconferencing and Networking with nonprofit leaders, social entrepreneurs, policy makers, and corporate partners
- Collaboration and connections across global boundaries
We offer the following internship experiences to undergraduate and graduate students:
The Value of the Virtual Internship - A University Partner Perspective
HELP US CONTINUE TO PREPARE GLOBAL PROBLEM SOLVERS
For over 5 years we have helped students gain skills to lead in the social sector. They are now managing programs with leading organizations, social entrepreneurs designing innovative ways to create social good and changemakers taking on social issues in every corner of the globe. Help us provide this opportunity to even more individuals by donating today.
A one year leadership experience for community leaders, nonprofit professionals and executive directors
We are building a strong network of nonprofit professionals who are dedicated to creating lasting change that transforms organizations, local communities, and the greater society.
Community Leaders Academy for the Social Sector – CLASS
The Community Leaders Academy for the Social Sector (CLASS) is the ideal course for community leaders who are looking to enhance the impact of their work in the social sector. This year long leadership program includes networking with other nonprofit professionals, training and professional development on core skills in social change leadership, and a chance to apply the lessons in real world program management experiences. Fellows are selected through an open application process and 20-25 finalists are chosen to participate in each cohort.