Giving one’s time is a fundamentally generous gesture. Even
though the Institute does not have the resources to compensate
all that want to contribute to its efforts, the Institute is
eager to offer reciprocal benefits whenever possible.
This includes being flexible on how volunteer work is
labeled. For example, we are happy to call graduate student
volunteers “fellows” and undergraduate volunteers
“interns”. There may be other naming options for those who
bring more career experience to their volunteer effort.
From time to time, one or more of the Institute’s programs may
have modest funding to hire talented student interns on a
part-time, short-term basis. To inquire, please send the
appropriate program director your resume and an email explaining
your interest and expertise in the program’s work.