About The George Washington Carver Internship Program 2023
The George Washington Carver Internship Program 2023 is now accepting applications. For students interested in global concerns of hunger, poverty, and development, the George Washington Carver Internship with the World Food Prize Foundation offers an unrivaled professional experience.
Interns at the George Washington Carver (GWC) Foundation receive first-hand knowledge of both the public and private aspects of running a global non-profit organization and deepen their understanding of the global struggle against starvation, malnutrition, and poverty.
GWC Interns become an integral part of this highly regarded organization by working one-on-one with a staff mentor and interacting with World Food Prize Laureates, government representatives, international experts in science and agriculture, business and industry leaders, and members of the local and national media.
December 16, 2022
- The opportunity comes with a stipend of $1,500 for each internship period and
- Also, interns may work locally in Des Moines, Iowa, or remotely.
Review the following eligibility criteria before proceeding with the application process:
- This opportunity is accessible to very talented undergraduate and graduate students.
- The candidate must be well qualified academically. They should equally possess a strong work ethic, be capable of critical thought, pay meticulous attention to detail, and have outstanding oral and written communication skills.
- Applicants must be eager and adaptable students who can work both independently and under guidance.
- English language proficiency in written and spoken form is a requirement for consideration for placement.
How Can I Apply?
Are you eligible and interested in this opportunity?
Proceed to the application by visiting the application webpage for the Internship Program in 2023
Up until the deadline of December 16, 2022, applications are accepted.