The goals of the BrownConnect Careers in the Common Good Summer in New York City (CGG in NYC) program are to connect Brown students with non-profits, start-ups, and public service agencies (many of whom employ or are run by Brown alumni), to help Brown students build skills and build a pathway into the non-profit and public service fields. We are especially interested in students from culturally diverse backgrounds who are underrepresented in these fields.
The students selected for the internships take part in an orientation before leaving campus, several site visits and a networking event with alumni in New York during the summer. Internships will start no earlier than June 1 and end no later than July 31, but within those two months the hours and duration of the internships vary by organization. Students receive a $4,500 stipend for the summer.
Employers can read more about the program requirements and deadlines here and apply to host a student for Summer 2020 here.
Applications for students will open at the beginning of the Spring semsester.
SUMMER 2019 CCG HOST ORGANIZATIONS
Academy of Medical and Public Health Services
BronxCare Health Center (Formerly Bronx-Lebanon Hospital Center)
Brooklyn Community Foundation
CARA: College Access, Research & Action
Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation
Eskolta School Research and Design
Future Leaders Incubator
Legal Hand Crown Heights
Let's Get Ready
Mentor New York
Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights
She's the First
The Center for Urban Pedagogy
The Sylvia Center
QUALIFICATIONS FOR STUDENTS INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR SUMMER 2020
You may apply if you meet ALL of the following criteria:
- You are returning to study at Brown in the fall term following the proposed internships (Students studying abroad Fall 2020 are eligible to apply, but must maintain an active, registered status at Brown).
- Student work is supervised by a professional in the organization who agrees to the program criteria.
- Submit resume, cover letter, and an unofficial transcript. You can use either an official transcript from the registrar or unofficial transcript from banner. Details are how to get an upload transcripts can be found here.
NOTE: International students interested in applying to this program should plan to meet with the OISSS prior to submitting their application to determine their eligibility to use CPT for this program.
NOTES ABOUT THE COVER LETTER
The cover letter is an important part of your application. It will be read by your first choice employer. Pay close attention to detail and remember to proofread your cover letter.
Please address your cover letter directly to your first-choice organization. Your letter should address the following:
- Why do you want to participate in CCG in NYC 2019?
- Why you would like to intern at your first-choice organization this summer?
- What skills and experiences do you have that make you a good fit for the internship and the organization?