Undergraduate Community-Based Internships – Accepting Applications

UCBI is now hiring paid interns to work with community organizations in Seattle and King County!
Undergraduate Community-Based Internships (UCBI) is a paid internship program for undergraduates who are interested in working in nonprofit and public sector organizations. Interns work 10 hours/week with community-based organizations during winter and spring quarters. Additionally, they participate in weekly cohort meetings led by graduate student mentors.

Why participate in UCBI:

  • Take your learning off campus and (re)connect with communities

  • Dive into a topic or issue you’re passionate about and explore career opportunities

  • Learn more about power, privilege, identity and systems of oppression through community engagement

  • Receive mentorship and coaching from UCBI mentors and nonprofit/public sector leaders

  • Engage in professional development opportunities and build your network with your cohort and host organization

  • Earn a stipend ($2250/quarter) for your work

  • Earn academic credit toward leadership minor through LEAD298 in winter and spring

Applications open thru Wednesday, October 19. Students are strongly encouraged to attend an info session before submitting an application. Swing by MGH 171 for an in-person info session or catch us on Zoom next week —

  • Info session #1 (MGH 171) on Wednesday, 10/5, 10:00-11:00AM
  • Info session #2 (MGH 171) on Thursday, 10/6, 10:00-11:00AM
  • Info session #3 (MGH 171) on Tuesday, 10/11, 3:30-4:30PM
  • Info session #4 (Zoom [washington.zoom.us]) on Wednesday, 10/12, 5:30-6:30 (ZOOM ID: 957 8988 7656)



You can also email us at ucbiteam@uw.edu with any questions. We look forward to meeting you and exploring community-based internship options for 2022-2023!