Social Innovation Projects (SIP) is an on-campus internship program that allows students to work on projects for top-tier social innovation organizations.
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SIP is an on-campus internship program in which a team of three to five students are paired with a partner organization such as PEF/Self-Reliance, Google Community Leaders, Kiva, etc.
Teams work with partner organizations to innovative solutions for the world’s most pressing social problems such as poverty, health care, education, and economic development. SIP gives students from all majors a deeper understanding of how to Do Good Better.
Participate in Mutually Beneficial Internships
- Use your skill set in a hands-on approach to learning and deepen your understanding of social innovation
- Develop professional skills while earning two to three credits working ten hours per week
- Contribute to a social issue you are interested in
- Connect with innovative professionals in the field
- Get forty hours per week of high-quality work on unique projects
- Influence the rising generation aspiring to contribute to the field of social innovation
- Enjoy additional sources of fresh and innovative ideas, perspectives, and connections
- Receive access to academic resources through the team