The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Internships Program

This position supports the Rockefeller Internships Program which provides resources for Dartmouth undergraduate students interested in leave-term internships in the fields of public policy, public affairs, and social entrepreneurship.

17X Student Program Assistant

Lauren Bishop '19 is the Student Program Assistant for the Rockefeller Internship Program.

Lauren Bishop ’19 comes from Jacksonville, Florida and graduated from The Bolles School as a recipient of the Dean’s Award for Leadership. At Dartmouth, Lauren is majoring in history and minoring in public policy with a focus on foreign affairs. In the fall of 2016, Lauren interned at the White House under President Obama in the Office of Presidential Correspondence where she read and responded to letters from the American people on behalf of the president. In March of 2016 Lauren participated in the Model Arctic Council in Fairbanks, Alaska and in June of 2017 she participated in the Model Arctic Council at Dartmouth, winning “Best Delegate” during both conferences. She has a passion for traveling and has visited 24 countries as well as Antarctica. Lauren is a War and Peace Fellow, a Presidential Scholar and a student assistant within the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy.

The Student Program Assistant participates in the research and marketing of internship opportunities, processing and reviewing applications, and analyzing information to create reports and distribute information related to this program. Past leave-term internship experience as well as involvement at the Rockefeller Center, both in curricular and co-curricular offerings is preferred.

At least a consecutive, two-term commitment is required.

Hours: 2–6 per week.

Schedule: Flexible

Supervisor: Eric Janisch

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