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CPGC Domestic Partnership Summer Internships

CPGC is offering the following U.S.-based internships during summer 2013:

Internship at High Rocks Summer Program for Teen Girls. The High Rocks is an award winning leadership development program based in Pocahontas County, West Virginia. The High Rocks mission is to support and strengthen young West Virginia women from all walks of life. Their purpose is the educate, empower, and inspire girls, giving them confidence to lead active lives and work towards the long-term betterment of their community.

Urban Education Internship with Philadelphia Public School Notebook. The Philadelphia Public School Notebook is an independent, award-winning newspaper and news service with a 15-year track record of helping families and communities in Philadelphia learn more about their public schools and supporting them in efforts to improve the quality of education at those schools.

The Weavers Way Community Programs Farm Education program is a dynamic, interactive program that teaches children and youth from varied backgrounds about urban farming. The intern will work at one or more of the three farm sights.

The Michigan Land Use Institute, located in the beautiful, hip northern Lake Michigan town of Traverse City, is seeking a communication intern to research, write and organize for environmental sustainability.

The Haverford Garden internship is a simultaneously agricultural and academic summer internship supported by the CPCG. On a day-to-day basis, the intern will work on the maintenance of the Haverford Garden, an agricultural teaching center founded and maintained by the Haverford Garden Initiative. At the same time, the intern will pursue a related, academic project that connects the physical work of the garden and the intellectual pursuits of his/her coursework. At the end of the summer, both aspects will culminate in a final project that recapitulates the intern's gained knowledge.

Philadelphia Futures prepares students from low-income families to enter and succeed in college by providing mentoring, academic enrichment, college guidance, and financial incentives. Interns will work alongside dedicated professionals and award winning professors to lead small group work, provide one on one technical and writing support, and promote a positive learning environment for students in the program.

Schedule an appointment with our domestic program coordinator, Janice Lion.

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