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Internship Funding


Community Catalyst Fund (CCF)
The CCF supports full-time, first-year Booth MBA students with a demonstrated passion for social sector impact to complete primary summer internships in their organization of choice. Internships can be located in the United States or abroad at nonprofit organizations, government entities, and in some cases, social enterprises. Students may apply for funding in the spring before their summer internship. Please contact Gina Vairo with any questions.

Entrepreneurial Internship Program (EIP)
The EIP gives full-time, first-year Booth MBA students the opportunity to intern with an entrepreneurial venture, including social ventures, or work on their own venture, for a minimum of 10 weeks.

Learn More about EIP

Venture Capital Fund (VCF)
Interested in interning at an early-stage impact investing firm? The VCF provides financial support for full-time, first-year Booth MBA students to supplement VC internship wages. Students may apply for funding in the spring before their summer internship. Please contact Gina Vairo with any questions.

Global Talent Solutions is Booth's online resource for searching for and applying for jobs with companies seeking Booth talent. It’s also the easiest way to access job listings in the social sector. For questions about GTS, email GTS Help.

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"My time at Booth and with the Rustandy Center has proven invaluable in the social sector and corporate space. Influence is one of the most valuable qualities I’ve seen in the field, and Booth equips you with skills that ladder up to strong credibility. You’re taught how to solve problems in a unique way that makes influencing others easier because you can logically and thoughtfully lay out solutions to complicated issues."
—Lauren Magnusson, ’15, Environmental, Social, Governance, Trust and Transparency at Walmart

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