CECP Internship Opportunities
CECP's internship program includes an academic-year Communications and Events Internship and the John C. Whitehead Summer Intern Program. Applications for current CECP internship programs and biographies of past CECP interns can be found below.
Communications and Events Intern Program
CECP offers a part-time academic-year internship opportunity to undergraduate or graduate students interested in assisting with CECP's marketing campaigns, social media activities, public relations outreach, and member communications. The Communications and Events Intern also supports the planning for CECP's annual flagship events, including the Board of Boards CEO Conference, International Corporate Philanthropy Day, and the Corporate Philanthropy Summit.
CECP is accepting applications for the 2013-14 school year.
Former CECP Communications and Events Intern
2011-2012 Communications and Events Intern
As CECP's Communications Events Intern, Sewon assisted with media outreach, marketing campaigns, member communications and CECP's flagship events. She also led a project to transition the CECP Resource Guide to an online tool, including soliciting updates and revising the existing guide's contents. Sewon received a Masters in Strategic Communications from Seton Hall University.
John C. Whitehead Summer Intern Program
The Board of Directors of CECP created the John C. Whitehead Summer Intern Program to honor and celebrate Committee Founding Director and Honorary Chairman John C. Whitehead for his outstanding leadership in corporate philanthropy.
Whitehead interns support CECP's programs and contribute to developing strategies and direction for the organization. Students work with private, public, and independent partners to elevate the level and quality of corporate giving.
Please check back in 2013 for a new CECP Whitehead Internship opportunity.
Former CECP Whitehead Interns
2012 John C. Whitehead Intern
As CECP's 2012 John C. Whitehead Intern, Rob explored roles that CECP might play in encouraging greater adoption of Integrated Reporting practices among CECP’s CEO members. Integrated Reporting brings together material information about an organization’s strategy, governance,performance and prospects in a way that reflects the commercial, social and environmental context within which it operates. Rob is a candidate for a Masters in Public Administration at Columbia University's School of International and Public Affairs.
2011 John C. Whitehead Intern
As CECP’s 2011 John C. Whitehead Intern, Priya worked in partnership with corporate giving officers and industry thought leaders to identify the research topic that will guide CECP's 2012 calendar of programs. Priya received a Master in Business Administration from the Harvard Business School, where she was actively involved in Social Enterprise business leadership.
2010 John C. Whitehead Intern
As CECP’s 2010 John C. Whitehead Intern, Andel focused on advancing the groundwork for a global corporate giving measurement standard. Andel received a Masters in Public Policy candidate at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, with a concentration in Business and Government Policy.
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