Baylor Interdisciplinary Poverty Initiative (BIPI) prides itself in giving students the opportunity to participate in meaningful 8-10 week summer and semester-long internship experiences. The internship and fellowship programs are based on the cardinal components of BIPI - poverty, social justice, and human capability. These discipline-based service opportunities offer students the chance to explore their passion for social issues in a professional atmosphere.
Baylor Students with Intent To Apply:
Review Shepherd Internship Program Details and Placement Opportunities
Secure a faculty recommendation in your chosen discipline
Provide a Resume
Submit recent GPA
Schedule an interview with Selection Committee through Ramona Curtis, Director for Community Engagement and Initiatives, by January 15, 2016
When approved as a Baylor candidate, follow instructions as stated in the Shepherd Internship documents posted on the CES website.
Find out more information, email Ramona_Curtis@baylor.edu.