The Cornucopia Institute is not currently accepting applications for interns. In the past we have offered internship positions, available year-round in short to long-term intervals, in both administration and research, and in policy work.

Occasionally we will also request resumes for specific intern positions within our organization. Check back in the future if you are interested in an internship position.

Please direct any questions to [email protected].

Hear from past interns:

“Although it can be difficult balancing classes, work and an internship, it is a rewarding experience that provides exposure to a real job scenario.  It also helped develop important skills.” – Anonymous

“I learned much better research techniques and I learned how to communicate with different types of people.” – Anonymous

“A wonderful opportunity to work with an organization that focuses on real action. As an intern I was able to understand the many levels, tasks and jobs it takes for Cornucopia to be successful.” – Dan Houlihan

“I appreciated the opportunity to be a part of Cornucopia.  I hope to stay in touch.” – Anonymous

“In a field that is ever expanding, it’s really difficult for students to be given that first ‘foot in the door’ experience that is necessary to continue. Through the internship program at the Cornucopia Institute, I was able to not only gain practical experience in the food studies field but also have a valuable internship to talk about on my resume. My internship with the Cornucopia Institute gave me an inside look into how a non-profit in the food studies field operates. It allowed me to understand vital functions of the non-profit process and be a part of something that I know will help to change US food policies one day.” – Casey Rogers