Servant Leader Summer Internships

The Servant Leadership Summer is a funded summer internship program that places qualified Emory University students in Atlanta-area nonprofits, government agencies, and socially responsible businesses. The Servant Leadership Summer internship program is designed to enrich the student's life and integrate the practical, intellectual, and spiritual components of work, while deepening understandings of responsibility, service and vocation.

The Summer Program includes an orientation, weekly class sessions, projects, and 240 hours of work at your placement site. Students receive a $4000 stipend.

Looking to make a difference this summer?

Do you want to address new challenges and develop new skills?  

Do you desire to expand your horizons?

And do you want to do all of these while getting paid?

If so, then you should apply to become part of Servant Leadership Summer.

Click here for the 2011 EASL Summer Internship Announcement and Details.
Click here for the 2011 EASL Summer Internship Application.
Click here for information on the 2011 EASL Summer Environment Internships Announcement and Application

For Law Students:

Click here for the 2011 EASL Summer Law Internship Announcement and Details.
Click here for the 2011 EASL Summer Law Internship Application.

Servant Leadership Summer Internship Frequently Asked Questions

2011 Internship Opportunities:

Students are not to contact the organizations directly.  All questions regarding the positions and the program are to be directed either to Chantel Smith (chantel.lashay.smith@emory.edu) or Edward Queen (equeen@emory.edu).

Alliance Theater

Anti-Defamation League (ADL)

Atlanta Harm Reduction Center

Atlanta Music Project

Atlanta Opera

Carter Center

CARE

CDC

Clarkston Community Center Kingian Nonviolent Program

Clarkston Community Center

Dekalb Dept of Public Health Food Access

Dekalb Dept of Public Health Live Healthy

Design Your Own

DHS Community Garden

East Lake Foundation

Families First

Forever Family

Foundation Center

Frazer Center

Georgia Center for Nonprofits

Georgia Forward

Girls Rock Camp ATL

Grant Park Conservancy ¿ Park Improvement

Grant Park Conservancy

International Rescue Committee (IRC)

King Center Community Affairs

King Center Educational Activities

MLK Jr International Chapel Morehouse College

Mercy Villages of East Lake

Office of Sustainability Initiatives at Emory

Park Pride

Refugees Family Services

Sagal Radio

Southeastern Council of Foundations

Trees Atlanta

United Way

WonderRoot

Applications are due no later than 5:00 p.m. on March 4, 2011. Students will be informed of their acceptance no later than March 18.

For details or more information, contact Edward Queen.