The Koch Internship Program (KIP) is a paid semester long internship program offered in the Washington, DC area only. It blends educational opportunities with real work experience. While participating in KIP, interns are placed at non-profit organizations and spend their week working on important issues that affect our world. Every other week, interns attend professional development sessions that build the skills needed to contribute effectively in the workplace.
What You’ll Experience
You’re a developing and aspiring leader but you know there is more to learn and experience. You’re entrepreneurial and curious, both in your academic and social life, always looking for new opportunities to learn. You have a drive to identify problems and get excited about finding new solutions that have meaningful results. You’ve grown in leadership roles and previous internships, but you’re looking for a meaningful career that helps people improve their lives.
Knowledge and Skills, You’ll Bring to the KIP Experience:
Standout Interns May Also Bring:
Your next opportunity to participate in the Koch Internship Program begins in Summer 2020, so apply now! The window to apply is now until April 30, 2020.
About the Charles Koch Institute
Learn more about Charles Koch Institute
The Charles Koch Institute believes that diversity in experiences, perspectives, knowledge and ideas fuels creativity, broadens knowledge, and helps drive success. Our admissions office treats all program participants and applicants with honesty, dignity, respect and sensitivity. We welcome all qualified applicants regardless of color, race, religion, religious creed, sex, gender or gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, national origin, citizenship, ethnicity, ancestry, age, physical disability, mental disability, medical condition, pregnancy (including medical needs which may arise from pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), military and veteran status, genetic information, marital or familial status, political affiliation, or any other legally recognized protected basis under federal, state or local laws, regulations or ordinances.