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 Policies, Procedures , Placement Opportunities
Secure a faculty recommendation in their chosen discipline
Provide a Resume
Submit recent GPA
Schedule an interview with Selection Committee through Rosemary Townsend, Director Business Affairs & Community Partnerships by January 15, 2015
When approved as a Baylor candidate, follow instructions as stated in the Shepherd Internship documents posted on the CES website.
Find out more information about deadlines, fields of study, and locations by
or email Rosemary_Townsend@baylor.edu for any additional questions you may have.