Events, Involvement, and News

Internships/Jobs

International Internships

The International Internship Program (IIP) has virtual, part-time internships on offer for spring semester. You could intern abroad (from home) while also taking courses.

Some applications are due November 8.

Mentor with Matriculate

Matriculate is a national non-profit that works with high-achieving, low-income high school students as they transition to college. Matriculate is hiring fellows to mentor students virtually as they navigate the college application and decision process.

Support high school students, develop leadership experience, build important communication skills, and help make a difference on our campus. Submit an eligibility form at the following link, and complete an application by October 18th.

MBLGTACC in 2021

Interested in honing your event planning skills? UW-Madison will host the MBLGTACC conference (the Midwest’s LGBTQIA conference for college students) in 2021. The planning committee welcomes student involvement. Find more details on the MBLGTACC 2021 flyer.

Sports Journalism Institute

The Sports Journalism Institute offers 9-week summer internships for students interested in sports reporting. The program was founded to build gender and racial diversity in sports newsrooms in the U.S..

SJI is currently accepting applications.

Work with Progressive Pipeline

Progressive Pipeline recruits college students who’ve lived the issues that matter and places them in paid fellowships on progressive campaigns. This fall, we’re partnering with the Working Families Party to launch a paid, full-time organizing fellowship. No political experience is required to apply — we offer training, coaching, mentorship, and everything you need to launch a career in politics.

Apply at progressive-pipeline.org/applynow or reach out to hello@progressive-pipeline.org with questions.

Social Justice Hub

The Social Justice Hub is located in Union South. You can start your own issue-based action team, join a group already in progress, attend a workshop, and be a peer facilitator. This is a space where you can get involved in social justice work on campus.