The CPC research intern will work under the direct supervision of the Center’s senior fellows. Interns help maintain day to day operations and administrative functions, conduct research, compile indices, assist with publications or the editorial process, or produce other material. Interns may assist with analyzing scholarly articles, correspond with authors, fact check, copy edit, proofread, and generally help with the production of CPC publications, as well as perform general administrative duties throughout the Center. Interns will also assist with event/conference preparation, development, and research for various operations/administrative-related projects as they arise.
CPC accepts applications on a rolling basis until internships are filled, for durations of an academic year, a semester, a summer, or by agreement, for a shorter time. Our internships are unpaid; however, we do have limited stipends each semester based on demonstrated financial need. CPC will work with students who are interested in applying for external stipends or academic credit.