Internship resources


Please note that the following information is provided to serve as a resource for undergraduate and graduate students seeking internships. The Kellogg Institute does not provide funding for these internships.

Academy for Educational Development (Paid and Unpaid) Internships are available for undergraduate and graduate students.

Bank Information Center (Unpaid and stipends) Summer and academic year internships are available. Positions may be available in Africa, Asia, and/or Latin America. Monthly stipends are available for some internships.

Center for International Policy (Paid and Unpaid) Internships available for recent graduates.

Connect 123 (Unpaid) Internships are available for undergraduate and graduate students. Fees are required.

Council of the Americas (Paid) Internships may be available relating to Latin America.

Council on Hemispheric Affairs (Unpaid) Internships for graduate and undergraduate students are offered. The non-profit is a non-partisan national research and information organization that offers internships in the fields of US, Latin American and Canadian relations.

Foreign Policy Association (Paid and unpaid) Internships are available for both graduate and undergraduate students.

Human Rights Watch (Paid and Unpaid) Undergraduate internships are available in New York, London, Los Angeles, Washington, DC, Brussels, and Berlin offices. While most internships are unpaid, students can receive funding through the Everett Public Service Summer Internship Program. The deadline for applications is mid-March.

Inter-American Dialogue (Unpaid) Internships are available throughout the year for graduate and undergraduates who work in the social sciences on Latin America.

Intern Abroad Intern Abroad is a website that helps students find jobs, volunteer positions and internships in countries throughout the world.

International Center for Transitional Justice – Internships in various parts of the world are available for graduate and undergraduate students.

Latin American Working Group (Unpaid) The Latin American Working Group seeks interns year round to assist with advocacy efforts.

National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (Paid) Various internships are available during the summer for graduate and undergraduate students interested in working on Latin American issues.

Rising Star Internships This site is a search engine for students to find available internships.

Scoville Peace Fellowships (Paid) Apply during the senior year for 6 month fellowships to be used upon graduation

Students Partnership Worldwide (Unpaid) Volunteer development positions available in India, Nepal, Sierra Leone, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Students generally leave in January or February and stay about eight months.

Uganda Village Concept Project (Paid) Offers long-term and short-term internships for students and professionals interested in helping to improve community health in Uganda.

UN Volunteers (Unpaid) Volunteer and internship positions are available around the world. Opportunities are available for students and recent graduates.

US AID Sub-Saharan Africa (Paid) Application deadline for these internships is in February. Students may apply during their junior and senior years and must be American citizens.

US Embassy Foreign Agricultural Service’s International Internship Program – 90 locations worldwide (Paid) Internships are available to graduate students and upperclassmen (juniors and seniors). Through work assignments, participants learn various aspects of international trade, trade policy, international relations, diplomacy, regional and cultural considerations, etc. Positions are available at the US Embassy in Western Europe, Latin America and Asia. Application deadlines for the summer are normally in February.

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The Kansas Education Employment Board (KEEB) is a free teacher recruitment service aimed at attracting teachers to Kansas teaching jobs. In addition to advertising up-to-date teaching jobs in Kansas, KEEB allows applicants to apply for positions electronically and provides information on licensure, state sponsored tuition and scholarship programs, and resume assistance. KEEB is supported by the Special Education Services Team of the Kansas Department of Education. Create an account today and begin your journey as a Kansas teacher!

The Kansas Education Employment Board offers a statewide retention effort supported by the KSDE Special Education Services Team. KEEB provides support for early career special education teachers through collaboration with the New Teacher Center.

KEEB is partnering with the New Teacher Center to offer eMentoring for Student Success (eMSS) and Explorations to teachers who are in their first through third years of teaching special education. Regular education teachers who are in their first through third years of teaching are eligible to enroll in special education Explorations. eMSS and Explorations are offered at no cost to teachers/districts. Stipends for professional development are also offered to mentees, Explorations enrollees, and their administrators. For more information go to:

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Online Learning Games on is all about making learning fun for kids. Whether completing missions to earn story books in StoryLand or setting off to solve the mystery of Mystic Mountain in AdventureLand, kids are learning all the time. The online learning games in JumpStart cover important topics in subjects like math, reading, spelling, vocabulary, science, social studies, music and art. Kids can choose from grade-based games that have age-appropriate themes and lessons or just explore the virtual world at their own pace, picking up important scholastic and real-world skills along the way. Responsibility, independent play, being a good friend, and socializing with others are just some of the non-scholastic skills that kids learn from JumpStart every day.

Free Learning Games for Kids of All Ages

The fun learning games on are meant for kids between the ages of 3 and 12. Preschool learning games or learning games for grade 5. JumpStart has it all. Kids can even embark on mini learning adventures appropriate for their age by exploring areas like MarineLand. AdventureLand and StoryLand. Use the JumpStart game guide for help finding the best learning games for your child inside the virtual world.

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Get your kids to the head of the class by having them play a host of online learning games such as math games. English games. reading games. science games and quizzes! These free games educate children of all ages and improve their cognitive skills, comprehension skills, numerical skills and vocabulary.

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Preschool learning games are a great way for parents to prepare their children for the Pre-K years. With these games, parents can rest assured that their children are spending their time productively. For example, preschoolers can play JumpStart’s online virtual games for 3- to 5-year-olds or even make a trip to StoryLand! Parents can also play the online learning games with their children and be a part of their kids’ learning adventure.

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Mexico Education Center

Mexico Education Center, located in the Hart Career Center, is the district’s secondary level alternative school. The program can serve approximately 40 students with small class sizes, a reduced schedule, specialized lessons and family based relationships between students and staff. Students are selected quarterly through an interview process and must engage in a high level of learning as determined by state and national standards. Our primary instruction is provided through on-line curriculum coursework and students are required to participate in all components of the program. In addition, the Center offers the Missouri Options Program that enables qualified students the opportunity to participate in a work setting and pass the HiSET to obtain a high school diploma. Mexico Education Center takes pride in the excellence of learning and assisting students with the goal of graduation. We invite you to visit our school.

Alternate Continuing Education Resource


  • Provides basic skills instruction in a school environment
  • Serves elementary and middle school age students
  • "One on one" guidance in reading, spelling, math and homework assignments
  • Classes separated by age groups
  • Approximately 40 children may attend
  • Student progress is available upon request of parent at any time
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  • Transportation provided home for students living inside the city limits
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25 Scholarships For Early Childhood Education Students

September 12, 2012 By Amy

Unfortunately the noble desire to teach the next generation often not enough; being a teacher requires a degree, and a degree requires money. The scholarships listed below can be of a great help for aspiring future teachers.

1. AAIA Emilie Hesemeyer Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is offered on an annual basis in the amount of $1500, with disbursements made to the college in the Fall and Spring semesters and is renewable every 4 years.

2. Alpha Kappa Alpha Educational Advancement Foundation

There are actually several different scholarships available through the Alpha Kappa Alpha organization, and the amount of the award varies depending on the specific scholarship you apply for.

3. Minority Teachers of Illinois Scholarship Program

This program offers a $5000 scholarship for minority students seeking to teach students in the state of Illinois.

4. Phi Delta Kappa Prospective Educator Scholarships

If you are a high school or college student with a membership in Phi Delta Kappa, or you have a parent that is a member, you may qualify for this scholarship.

5. Applegate/Jackson/Parks Future Teacher Scholarship

One of the requirements of consideration for this scholarship include the writing of a 500 word essay regarding unionism in the education field.

6. National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Scholarship Fund

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China education is the largest education system in the world. On June 2014, there were 9.39 million students taking the National Higher Education Entrance Examination (Gao Kao) in China. Investment in education accounts for about 4% of total GDP in China. In 1986, the Chinese government passed a compulsory education law, making nine years of education mandatory for all Chinese children. Today, the Ministry of Education estimates that 99.7 percent of the population area of the country has achieved universal nine-year basic education.

International students have enrolled in over 746 higher education institutions in China. China has a long history of providing education to international students studying in high schools and universities in China. Over the past few years, the number of international students who study abroad in China has significantly increased every year.

The higher education sector has growth as well. China is seeking to improve the quality of education through a major effort at curriculum reform. China has increased the proportion of its college-age population in higher education to over 20 percent now from 1.4 percent in 1978.

China has a consistent teacher development system. Teaching has historically been and remains today a highly respected profession in China. Teachers have strong preparation in their subject matter and prospective teachers spend a great deal of time observing the classrooms of experienced teachers, often in schools attached to their universities. Once teachers are employed in school, there is a system of induction and continuous professional development in which groups of teachers work together with master teachers on lesson plans and improvement.

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Executive Development Program

Lead Across Business Functions

Program Materials

  1. Broaden your understanding of the roles, responsibilities and interactions of key functional business areas to give you greater confidence in managing them.
  2. Strengthen your ability to interpret and apply information from functional areas for sound, fully informed decision making.
  3. Deepen your insights into effective leadership and change management in your organization.
  4. Challenge yourself to explore new concepts and approaches for competing more aggressively in the global marketplace.
  5. Expand your worldview with new perspectives and practical knowledge gained through collaboration with an international group of peers.

Special Features:

Financial Reporting Tutorial

Work one-on-one, side-by-side with a leading Kellogg faculty expert on financial reporting to “read,” understand and interpret the meaning behind a real-world financial report of your choosing — your company’s or perhaps a competitor’s. Participants consistently rate this enlightening exercise as one of the highlights of the three-week program.

Computer Simulations

Put your new knowledge and skills to the test in a safe environment before putting them into practice. In this program, you’ll augment your classroom coursework and group study assignments with computer simula¬tions that give you hands-on experience at applying the theory and principles you learned in actual case scenarios.

Leadership Coaching Package

If you would like to extend and deepen the impact of your EDP experience, Kellogg offers an optional leadership coaching program. Conducted during the program and after you return to your workplace, this highly personal program option complements the curriculum with advice, support and additional resources from your Kellogg coach. Onsite coaching sessions happen during the early mornings, lunchtimes or evenings. Post-program coaching takes place within a six-month period as scheduled conference calls.

A Dynamic Curriculum for Changing Times

The ever-evolving nature of business constantly challenges leaders with complex problems and unanticipated opportunities. With its finger on the pulse of business, Kellogg regularly augments this program’s curriculum to keep pace with the changing world. Recent topics have included the growth of the nanosecond culture, service marketing, competition in a networked economy and a variety of emerging issues in the global marketplace.

A Collaborative Learning Environment

Set in Kellogg’s culture of teamwork and collaboration, the Executive Development Program creates an interactive learning experience unavailable anywhere else. The instructional methodology stimulates new thinking and encourages you to re-examine and reformulate both your professional and personal goals and strategies.

Most evenings during the program, you’ll meet in small study groups with the guidance of a faculty member to work through case projects and problems for class discussion. Combined with the live-in learning environment, this emphasis on peer and faculty interaction intensifies the learning experience, promotes the informal exchange of ideas and fosters rewarding relationships that can last a lifetime.

The Kellogg faculty has developed teaching methods and a unique curriculum especially for the general manager. Our first order of business? To provide the tools, conceptual frameworks and metrics you need to navigate the general manager’s world.

The program curriculum explores the environment in which business operates, the key functional areas of management, the development and implementation of corporate and business unit strategy and the promotion of organizational learning. The faculty brings the classroom learning to life with hands-on exercises that demonstrate how a general manager applies the concepts in a holistic and integrated way.

Week 1: A strategic grounding in the fundamentals of business

Demystifying financial statements and reporting enables you to ask the right questions and talk numbers with confidence. You’ll examine the workings of financial statements and the conceptual underpinnings of corporate financial reports. You’ll learn strategies for evaluating and linking earnings and cash flows to value creation, develop a clearer understanding of corporate disclosures and nondisclosures and how companies take advantage of allowable income-increasing strategies.

You’ll become familiar with both the frame of reference used by financial officers and the challenges they encounter. You’ll explore cash-flow analysis, capital budgeting allocation decisions and capital structure analysis as well as models for evaluating investment alternatives and the ranking of investment projects.

Members of Kellogg’s world-renowned marketing faculty will share insights into how marketing is changing and how marketers must change with it. You’ll explore marketing-related challenges faced by mid- to senior-level executives and the concepts and tools required to improve operating results. This module assumes familiarity with basic marketing principles.

You’ll focus on the strategic role of operations in financial success, take a systemic view of organizations as collections of business flows and supply chains and identify key metrics for targeting improvement. This module also emphasizes the linkage of operational and financial flows as part of daily management and examines strategic capacity investment and operational hedging.

In this module you’ll examine how to create value and profit in a competitive environment by thinking strategically about the strengths and vulnerabilities of your operating units and companies. You’ll address the nature of your markets, the competition and rivalry within them and how to maximize your core competencies to grow the top line.

Week 2-3: Enhancing your leadership capabilities

Team building

Featuring engaging computer simulations, this module will boost your understanding of human behavior as you practice problem-solving skills and explore an array of topics in team building, emerging leadership challenges and the value of continuous learning within your organization.

Cross-cultural negotiations

You’ll learn basic business negotiation skills, practical frameworks for negotiating in a globalized marketplace and new ideas and techniques from the field of dispute resolution. Although you can use what you learn here in virtually any situation, this module emphasizes negotiation within organizations and group decision making.

Decision making

This highly interactive module will expose you to the challenges of decision making under risk. You’ll learn the most common decision-making pitfalls, how to identify biases in others and how to design groups to be more vigilant decision makers.

Authentic leadership

Yesterday’s people management model of apprenticeship, command and control no longer works. Coaching others to achieve success delivers much greater impact. In this module you’ll explore your unique leadership characteristics and learn how to maximize your personal leadership identity.

Building social capital and leading organizational change

Learn the theory and practical implications of social capital — who you know — and how to maximize your effectiveness through the relationships you build. In a computer simulation, you’ll practice leading change by applying concepts to gain buy-in and commitment.

Educational psychology funded training scheme detailed guidance gov uk


Who can apply

You must have one of the following:

  • a psychology degree (preferably 2:1 or above)
  • a conversion course
  • a psychology-based Master’s degree

You must also be eligible for the British Psychological Society Graduate Basis for Chartered Membership (GBC). If you want to know more about conversion courses or your eligibility for GBC, please contact:

The British Psychological Society, +44 (0)116 2549568

If the qualification that grants you eligibility for GBC isn’t from the UK or Ireland, you’ll need to provide your British Psychological Society membership number when you apply.

You must have a minimum of 1 year full-time experience of working with children and young people within:

  • education
  • health
  • social care
  • youth justice
  • a childcare or community setting

Full time means 37 hours a week, or the equivalent if part time.

This can be made up of either:

  • all paid employment
  • at least 9 months’ full-time paid employment (or the equivalent if part time) and the equivalent of 3 months’ relevant voluntary experience

You must be eligible to work in England for the duration of the course and for at least 2 years afterwards. If you’re uncertain of your status, please contact UK Visas and Immigration for advice.

You must be a UK resident. If you’re a non-UK applicant, you must be living in the UK at the time of application and be able to provide proof of residency. If you intend to come to the UK to train, you’re not eligible.

You must have a good command of written and spoken English. If your first language isn’t English, you must provide recent evidence that you meet the required standard. The only acceptable English qualification for the course is the International English Language Testing System, Academic. An overall grade of at least 7.0, with a minimum of 7.0 in each of the sub tests, is required.

There is no age limit to applying.


The application round will open in autumn 2014 for the 2015 intake. If you would like to be notified when the application round opens, please let us know by emailing

What’s involved

A place on the scheme is a 5 year commitment, made up of a 3 year, full time, doctorate degree followed by 2 years of employment in England.

You’ll spend your first year studying full time at a university that participates in the scheme. In the second and third years, you’ll work as a trainee educational psychologist on a practice placement with a local authority or another provider of educational psychology services. You’ll be expected to study for 1 to 2 days per week during this time.

When you’ve completed your 3 year degree, you’ll need to register with the Health and Care Professions Council. which is the regulatory organisation for educational psychologists. You’ll then be able to work as an educational psychologist and use this title. Following this, you’ll be expected to work as an educational psychologist for at least 2 years in England.

Failure to commit to this may result in you having to repay some, or all, of the cost of your training place.


The scheme is the only funded route in England to becoming an educational psychologist. Costs are shared between the Department for Education and employers (96% of whom are local authorities and schools).

We’ll fund the cost of your course fees, up to a maximum of ?29,000, and we’ll also give you a tax-free bursary in year 1.

The bursary is:

  • ?14,400 for trainees attending a university outside London
  • ?14,900 for trainees attending a university in London

In years 2 and 3, while you’re on your trainee placement, your practice placement provider will pay you either a bursary or a salary.

Self-funded training places may also be available. If you’re interested in one of these, please contact the relevant university directly to find out if there are any places available and how to apply.

Universities offering the Educational Psychology Funded Training Scheme


If you have any further questions, please contact us.