Immigrant Scholar Internship Program
The Leah Zallman Center (LZC) Immigrant Scholar Internship Program (ISIP) is designed to offer immigrant scholars* the opportunity to participate in LZC studies and inform the direction of the Center. We aim to fill three paid rotating slots on a semi-annual basis (summer and fall/spring) so that we have a consistent cohort of bachelor’s/associate’s, master’s, and doctoral students working together at the Center. We work closely with interns to provide opportunities to develop their career and research interests through mentorship, supervision, and meaningful project work. This program is generously funded by private donations to the Leah Zallman Center.
This is a remote position with the occasional in-person opportunity for fieldwork, community engagement, or team building. We work closely with interns to provide opportunities to develop their career and research interests through local and national educational and engagement opportunities, mentorship, supervision, and meaningful project work.
*The Leah Zallman Center defines “immigrant scholar” as a person who has lived experience in immigrant families or communities.
- Currently enrolled in a U.S.-based educational program, majoring in public health, public policy, sociology, psychology, or a related field
- Experience or coursework in public health, social science, community organizing, immigrant integration, refugee resettlement, public policy, or related areas
- Desire to advance immigrant justice, economic justice, and health justice through community-engaged research
- Ability to balance multiple projects and be flexible in day-to-day work tasks
- Excellent written and oral communication skills