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

Public Policy Interns funded by Rockefeller Center Share Positive Experiences With Dartmouth Community

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One of the many student opportunities offered at The Rockefeller Center is the chance to receive funding to cover some of the direct costs associated with unpaid public policy-related internships.  

Joshua Kornberg '13 during his Winter 2011 Internship in Washington, DC, funded by Rocky.  Kornberg wrote an opinion article in The D about the importance of investing in internships.

Two of our recently funded interns - both from the Winter 2011 term - shared their experiences with the greater Dartmouth community last week.

As part of the "Why Go To Dartmouth?" video series, Maia Matsushita '13 talks about her internship at the American Society for Muslim Advancement, in New York, NY.  She was funded by a Rockefeller Center Internship award. 
The second mention was from Joshua Kornberg '13, who completed an internship at The Nixon Center, in Washington, DC with funding support from The Rockefeller Center.  Joshua authored an opinion piece in The Dartmouth, "Investing In Internships", that was published on Friday, April 15th. 

The Rockefeller Center funds unpaid internships all four terms of the Dartmouth academic year in a selective process.  The next application deadline is April 27, 2011, and is for Summer 2011 funding consideration.  Students who have completed the Rockefeller Center Management and Leadership Development Program and/or the on-campus Pre-Internship Training workshops are strongly encouraged.

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