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Numerous offices and departments across campus sponsor diversity and inclusion-related programming. Fellowship opportunities are also offered from various departments. In addition, outside organizations offer numerous programming, internships and fellowships. Please check this page for updated announcements. 


University-based Student Opportunities


The UNC Eship Center has opened applications for their Spring Innovation Internships. The Innovation Internships Program is an initiative that provides undergraduate and graduate students across campus with paid summer and school-year internship opportunities at high-growth local startups. Students will be matched with companies based on their skills and interests, be connected with a coach to guide them through the process and have access to events and workshops throughout the duration of the internship. The spring positions are paid and remote. Deadline: November 25.




The NC COVID-19 Student Response Corps is a collaborative effort to match students with local governments and nonprofit organizations in need of additional capacity. Opportunities for high-impact work span across the state and may help communities and organizations respond to COVID-19.

There is now a publicly available list of unfilled opportunities, which updates automatically when opportunities are added/filled. Students should contact internship hosts directly to apply.

This effort has already placed approximately 90 interns in positions across the state, and many additional organizations have requested an intern. Some of the opportunities are paid and some are remote. You can read more about the initiative here.

Please reach out to Caroline with any questions regarding this initiative.


Outside Organization Student Opportunities

Please check here for updates.