Summer Field Internship
We are currently accepting applications for Summer 2019.
External applications due April 1, 2019.
- Program Overview
- General Qualifications
- Instructions for Applying
- Be a sophomore or above—exceptional freshmen will be considered
- Have strong English writing skills
- Be self-motivated and inquisitive
Instructions for Applying
- One page cover letter stating why you want to intern with REAP, and what you can bring to the team
- Current resume
- No more than a one-page (300 word) answer to the question:
Is a stipend provided?
Stanford University students may receive funding through the Freeman Spogli Institute (FSI). Unfortunately, we cannot provide interns from other institutions with a stipend. Some interns have applied for grants through their own universities to cover travel and living expenses.
Will I receive academic credit?
The REAP Summer Internship Program does not offer academic credit.
What does the application and selection process entail?
The application will ask you for a resume, cover letter and short essay. For non-Stanford students, applications must be received by April 1, 2019. You will be notified within a few weeks if you have been chosen for interviews. The selection process includes in-person and/or phone interviews with REAP staff.
Can I check on my application status?
You will receive a confirmation email when we have received and processed your application materials. Processing applications takes time, so please note that it may be several business days before you receive the confirmation email. We carefully review each and every application. Please do not call or email to check on your application status during this review period. We will notify every applicant whether or not they have been accepted for the internship.
The application deadline has passed. May I still submit an application?
No, we do not accept late applications.
Is the internship open to non-Stanford students?
I cannot commit to 3 weeks full time. May I still apply?
We can only accept interns who can commit full-time for 3 weeks.