Opportunities

Summer Internships

Each year the Rosenfield Program provides stipends for summer student internships in the areas of public affairs, international relations, and human rights. These opportunities allow Grinnell students to apply their interest and education away from campus in a real-life job experience in the United States or internationally. 

Recent internships have allowed students to work in Washington DC, Chicago, Los Angeles, New Orleans, New York, Seattle, San Francisco, Nicaragua, South Korea, Cambodia, China, India, Bangladesh, Ecuador, South Africa, and many other locations. Recent Rosenfield interns have worked with: • The Trust for Public Land • White House, First Lady’s Office of Communication • Diplomatic Courier Magazine • Opportunity International • Planting Peace • National Trust for Historic Preservation, Diversity Initiatives • The Advocates for Human Rights • Office of Senators Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) and Tom Harkin (D-IA) • Chicago Council on Global Affairs • Lambda Legal Defense • Food First • U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission • Prevent Genocide International  

Past Internship Posters

Learning to Work Working to Learn (Kayla Koether) 2010
The Trust for Public Land (Sam Forman) 2010
Bankruptcy Court (Tasha Popkin) 2010  

2011 Internship Presentations

Anna Bosak '12

Mary Ulseth '13

Rosenfield Program Committee

The Rosenfield Program Committee assists in planning the year's events and managing the program. The committee is composed of the Director, faculty members, students, and the Program Associate, Laureen Van Wyk.

For the 2013-14 academic year, the Rosenfield Planning Committee consists of:

Faculty Members
Sarah Purcell, Director
Vance Byrd
Ed Cohn
Carrie Shanafelt
Andrea Tracy 
Chris Hunter

Student Members
Cynthia Amezcua '14
Saphir Blau '14
Lily Jamaludin '14
Thomas Neil '14
Corina Varlan '14
Leah Lucas '14
Keaton Cameron-Burr '15
Nipun Basrur '15
Roni Finkelstein '15