BIPI is seeking qualified undergraduate applications for 8-10 week summer internships with established non-profit organizations and civic groups. Students are chosen for their commitment to create systematic social change and for their ability to demonstrate a strong connection between the placement and their discipline of study.
To be considered as a BIPI Scholar applicant, students must display the components of poverty, social justice and human capability in relation to their discipline of study or specific course. BIPI Research Scholars must draw a connection from their proposed research project to their major.
BIPI has also partnered with the Shepherd Alliance of Washington and Lee University to offer Baylor students the unique opportunity of applying for an internship within the Shepherd Poverty Program. For more information on the Shepherd Alliance, click HERE.
Click on the following links to view 2013 summer internship OPPORTUNITIES:
Click on the following links to view the TIMELINE for 2013 summer internships:
Ready to apply? Click on the following links to find out how to APPLY for a 2013 summer internship:
The BIPI Advisory Committee offers a limited number of funded internships to students based on the caliber and location of their project.
If you are interested in receiving course credit for your internship, you must receive approval from a faculty member in your chosen discipline.