Internship Grant Information

Internships allow students to integrate classroom theory with career-related professional work experience. The Rosenfield Program provides funding to 10 or more students each summer to pursue internships worldwide, focusing on issues of public affairs, international relations, or human rights.  Grinnell College students interested in applying for a Rosenfield Program summer internship grant should follow the guidelines and procedures devised by the Center for Careers, Life and Service (CLS).​  Applications are due March 1, 2017.



2016 Rosenfield Program Internships

Sydney Banach
ACLU of Nebraska
Lincoln, NE
Enrique Castano
Law Office of Jillian N. Kong-Sivert, PLLC
Phoenix, AZ
Jonathan Sundby
Pittsburgh Post Gazette
Pittsburgh, PA
Morgane Garnier
Center for Constitutional Rights
New York City, NY
Michaela Gelnarova
Embassy of the Czech Republic in Buenos Aires
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Shannon Hautziner
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
Chicago, IL
Emily Howe
Esarunoto Emaa
Arusha, Tanzania
Aminata Kinana
Embassy of the United Republic of Tanzania
Brasilia, Brazil

Past Rosenfield Internships

Rosenfield Internships 2000

Rosenfield Internships 2001

Rosenfield Internships 2002

Rosenfield Internships 2003

Rosenfield Internships 2004

Rosenfield Internships 2005

Rosenfield Internships 2006

Rosenfield Internships 2007

Rosenfield Internships 2008

Rosenfield Internships 2009

Rosenfield Internships 2010

Rosenfield Internships 2011

Rosenfield Internships 2012

Rosenfield Internships 2013

Rosenfield Internships 2014

Rosenfield Internships 2015