Careers in the Common Good Winternships (CCG Winternships)

Careers in the Common Good Virtual Winternships


Each winter break, Brown students have the opportunity to work on engaging, high-impact projects for social impact organizations and companies. The projects last only two weeks but provide students with hands-on experience with top-notch organizations, and employers with a pipeline of talented individuals who have the potential to feed into other internships or full-time positions.

The deadline for the 2022 program has passed. Information about the 2023 program will be updated in Fall 2002.

January 2022 program:

Over 25 different non-profits and social ventures offered remote January opportunities through the CCG Winternships Program. View all 2022 CCG Winternships opportunities

Funding:

All participating received an award for participating in the program. Participants receive a base stipend of $300. 

Students with a high level of financial received a supplemental gap award of an additional $200 or $300, depending on level of demonstrated financial need, bringing the total stipend to $500 or $600 for students on financial aid.

Eligibility:


Applicants must be active Brown undergraduate students (students graduating in December 2021 are not eligible)

Students with all concentrations and work histories are encouraged to apply.

Previous participation in a SPRINT-funded program does not prevent you from participating in CCG Winternships. Students may participate in CCG Winternships and still apply for a BrownConnect Signature Program or other SPRINT funding in the future.

Students on financial aid receive preference in the selection process.

How to Apply:


Information for how to apply will be updated in Fall 2023.

For additional information, contact Gregory Seiler, BrownConnect, [email protected]