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The Berkman Klein Center’s Summer Internship Program 2024 for young Undergraduates.

Application Deadline: March 25, 2024 at 5:00 PM ET.

The Berkman Klein Center’s Summer Internship Program gives interns the opportunity to become deeply embedded within the projects and work happening across the Center. Interns spend the summer months working side-by-side with Berkman Klein staff, fellows, and scholars to keep projects moving forward, learning along the way. Interns will make valuable contributions over the course of the summer, to a wide range of projects based on the Center’s needs and the intern’s skills.

Program Details

  • This program is for active undergraduate and graduate students residing within eligible states in the United States: Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington State.
  • This program is hybrid, though some roles may have a preference for interns who are located in the Boston area with the ability to come into the Berkman Klein Center offices periodically.
  • Prospective interns should be available for the duration of the program (June 3-August 16, 2024), and for periodic hybrid cohort events over the course of the summer. 

Eligibility Requirements

  • The hourly wage for these positions is $21/hour. 
  • Expected start date is on June 3, 2024, and expected end date is on or around August 16, 2024.
  • Work may be part- or full-time depending on project needs and candidate availability. 
  • Applicants must possess work authorization in the United States. We do not have the ability to provide authorization to work in the U.S. If you are an international student in the US, you must check with your host institution concerning your ability to use CPT/OPT in order to determine your eligibility. 
  • Due to pay structures and systems at Harvard, applicants must reside in and work from one of the following US states for the duration of their employment: Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington state.
  • Applicants must possess readily available access to a computer and a reliable Internet connection. 
  • Applicants otherwise employed or paid by Harvard are not eligible for intern roles, except in the case of active, full-time Harvard students. However, Harvard students who hold non-contingent roles at the University may not be eligible. Eligibility will be assessed at the hiring stage.

How to Apply

To Apply

Applications will only be accepted through the application form. 

More Info: Berkman Klein Center’s Summer Internship Program

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