Koch Internship Program

About the Program

The Koch Internship Program combines individualized education with hands-on work experience to empower social entrepreneurs to drive their own careers and make a positive contribution right away.

While in the ten-week program, interns benefit from a hybrid education/work experience: they engage in Stand Together Fellowships professional development programming virtually each Thursday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. ET with their peers and spend the rest of the week gaining valuable professional experience at one of our many partner organizations. Full-time participants receive a $4,500 stipend while part-time participants receive a $2,700 stipend (attending Thursday programming is required for both part-time and full-time participants). The training provided by Stand Together Fellowships focuses on three pillars:

  • Learning ST Fellowship’s vision for social change and connecting with our network of collaborators
  • Discovering and developing your unique aptitudes and strengths
  • Learning the guiding principles of Market-Based Management™

Each intern is mentored by a seasoned professional and works on a capstone project on what matters most to them.

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Important Program Dates

Semester Fall 2022
Application Opens June 17, 2022
Application Closes August 12, 2022
Program Starts September 15, 2022
Program Ends November 17, 2022
Semester Spring 2023
Application Opens October 28, 2022
Application Closes November 30, 2022
Program Starts February 9, 2023
Program Ends April 13, 2023

Curriculum Snapshot

Opening Summit
Welcome to the community!
Week 2
Why principles matter
Week 3
How am I unique?
Week 4
Help, I need a job!
Week 5
Self-drive day
Week 6
Succeeding in your early career
Week 7
Self-driven day
Week 8
Beyond KIP: Taking the reins in your development
Week 9
Final self-driven day
Week 10
Graduation day

Our Partners

We invite you to learn more about some of our partners below! This is not a comprehensive list of all partners, which are well-known for their entrepreneurial problem-solving in areas like Education, Health Care, Economic Progress, Criminal Justice, Immigration, Free Speech & Peace, Trade, and Foreign Policy. As partners’ talent needs vary from season to season, they post unique opportunities in our job portal every program iteration. Typically, there are both remote and in-person roles ranging from policy, communications, fundraising, events, law, project/program management, and more. If you are an organization interested in partnering with our education programs, please contact Andrew Delmege, Director of Partnerships.

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