Summer Internship Program

Program Details:

Looking to make a difference this summer? Do you want to address new challenges and develop new skills? Do you desire to expand your horizons? And do you want to do all of these while getting paid? 

The Servant Leadership Summer is a funded summer internship program that places qualified Emory University students in Atlanta-area nonprofits, government agencies, and socially responsible businesses. All current, full - time Emory University (including Oxford College) students are eligible. Undergraduate, Graduate, and Professional Students are invited to apply. The internship program is designed to enrich the student's life and integrate the practical, intellectual, and spiritual components of work, while

2013 EASL Summer Leader Interns

deepening understandings of responsibility, service and vocation. The Servant Leadership Summer Program includes an orientation, weekly class sessions, projects, and 270 hours of work at your placement site. Students receive a $4000 stipend.       

Application Process:

2017 Program Application
2017 Program Announcement  | Program Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Deadline: February 28, 2017 by 4:00 p.m.

2017 Internship Opportunities:

Students are not to contact the following organizations directly.  All questions regarding the positions and the program are to be directed either to Edward Queen ( or Carlton Mackey (


Alliance Theatre

Anti-Defamation League

Atlanta Harm Reduction Coalition

Captain Planet Foundation


Centers for Disease Control

Emory Office of Sustainability Initiatives

Fifth Third Bank

First Step Staffing

Free Wheel Farm

Gateway Center

Georgia Early Education Alliance for Ready Students (GEEARS)

Global Growers

International Rescue Committee

Junior League of Atlanta

National Wildlife Federation

New American Pathways

Park Pride

Partnership Against Domestic Violence (PADV)

Second Helping Atlanta

Southeastern Council of Foundations

Urban Health Initiative

Wholesome Wave


Applications are due no later than 4:00 p.m. on February 28, 2017.