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Summer Internship Program Locations & Descriptions

Students interested in applying for a Kellogg Institute Internship may apply through one of the following options:

  • Entrepreneurial Internships – Most Kellogg interns will be funded through this option. Students identify an organization on their own and contact the organization directly. Through discussions with the organization staff, students develop a plan that incorporates the student’s academic goals and studies and the needs of the organization. Students selecting this option should meet with Holly Rivers or Rachel Thiel at least one month in advance of the deadline to ensure that the organization and plan proposed will meet Kellogg guidelines.

  • Kellogg Partnerships – Kellogg maintains internship partnerships with a handful of organizations, which reserve space for Notre Dame students. Students may choose to apply for one of these internships. Note that these are highly competitive and Kellogg will choose the applicant that best matches the needs of the organization. To learn more about these organizations, click here.


 

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