Campus Internships

Meet new people, get involved in your community, learn important skill, and make a difference on the issues that matter. Interns take on a leadership role within a campaign, and in many cases are able to receive course credit for their work.


Call on Subway to Save Antibiotics.
Tell Subway to stop buying meat from producers who overuse antibiotics in their factory farms, a main factor in the proliferation of antibiotic-resistant bacteria. -Put on educational events to inform people about the public health consequences and collect petitions to send to the restaurant itself.

Advocate for Open Source Textbooks.
Meet with faculty members about using open-source textbooks to save students thousands of dollars. As textbook prices continue to skyrocket, play your part in promoting less costly education.

Fight Poverty in Your Community Through Music.
Help to run this year’s “Play for Change” campaign to put on music and performance events to raise funds for local poverty relief agencies as well as organize service trips to lend a helping hand.

Build a Sustainable Campus and World.
Run petition and letter writing drives to elected officials to get New Brunswick on the way to 20% solar power by 2025. -Host events like smoothie stations that run on solar power to educate people about the benefits of clean energy.


Communication Skills
Improve your public speaking and writing skills, and learn how to work with the media to get media coverage. Get experience speaking in front of groups and advocating a position one-on-one.

Campaign Skills
Learn the basics of running a campaign - recruiting a training volunteers, generating grassroots support (petitions, letters, calls), building coalitions, organizing large events, campaign strategy, and basic lobbying.

Leadership Skills
Learn how to run meetings, work with teams, plan large events, develop other leaders, manage volunteers, and manage your time.