Internship Eligibility and Terms
Have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale). (Bonneville Power Administration will consider GPAs that fall slightly below requirement).
Be enrolled and pursuing a degree in a college or university on a full-time basis.
Be a college/university sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student at the time the internship begins. (State Department Intern applicants must have earned at least 60 semester hours prior to their internship.)
Be a U.S. citizen or, in some cases, a permanent U.S. resident. (A copy of your birth certificate or passport must be included with the application package.)
Be a current AISES member.
Internship Terms & Conditions
AISES summer interns agree to the following terms of commitment:
- Complete the entire 10 weeks of full-time work in the assigned office. Interns should not undertake this commitment if it creates undue hardship or if their personal or financial obligations prevent them from participating for the full 10 consecutive weeks.
- Work exclusively for the agency assigned
- Provide a comprehensive assessment of the program upon its completion
- Agree to and abide by the policies set forth by AISES
- Agree to and abide by the AISES Code of Conduct
Interns are provided with the following:
- Round-trip airfare or mileage to internship site
- Weekly stipend
- Dormitory lodging
- Local transportation allowance
Please note that lodging is for the intern only. Family and friends cannot be accommodated, as each intern will be assigned another intern as a roommate. These provisions are non-negotiable.
2013 Application Procedures
Application must include:
- Completed Internship Application The deadline to apply to the 2013 AISES summer internship program is March 1, 2013. All required paperwork must be received by the deadline.
- Two letters of recommendation
- Most recent official college transcript(s)
- Professional resume uploaded to the AISES Resume Database
- Proof of U.S. Citizenship (birth certificate or passport)