The Goldfarb Center is pleased to announce the launch of a new internship program, which will provide up to ten students with an opportunity to intern in D.C. and engage in a valuable networking opportunity with fellow students and the strong network of Colby alumni, parents, and friends.
The internships will take place in organizations spread throughout the Washington policy community. As part of the facilitated internship experience, students will come together for sessions on a range of policy-related topics. Each intern will be paired with a young alumni mentor during their stay in D.C. to solicit advice on launching policy careers. The facilitated internship experience includes required participation in a capstone program beginning the afternoon of Thursday, Feb. 1 and ending midday on Saturday, Feb. 3.
Goldfarb Center funding will be available for up to five D.C.-based facilitated internships and networking experiences. All students, including those not seeking financial assistance, must apply for the facilitated internship program (as well as the networking segment) by our grant deadline of November 1, 2017.