Faculty Resource Internship

Applications for summer 2021 are closed.


Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) is now hiring interns to assist with our fellowship program. CEEP is a national, nonpartisan project working with colleges and universities to leverage their institutional resources and networks to help their students register to vote, educate themselves on candidates and issues, volunteer in campaigns of their choosing, and show up at the polls. We’ve been working steadily to engage campuses since 2012. In 2020, we engaged nearly 300,000 students in 25 different states. For more information, check out our website.


The faculty resource intern would work up to 10 hours a week to assist several CEEP staff members in creating civic engagement resources for faculty members to use in their classrooms and help write and analyze data for a faculty academic research project. This position will report to Rachael Houston, our Faculty Resources Coordinator.

HOURS: 10 hrs/week between the hours of 9-5pm EST

DURATION: May 10th, 2021 – August 27th, 2021 (flexible)

PAYMENT: $1,500


CEEP is seeking candidates who are either currently enrolled or have recently graduated from an educational program. 

  • Interested in student voting, civic engagement, and faculty engagement in student voting efforts;
  • Preferably someone with experience with basic quantitative data analysis, or willing to learn basic quantitative skills; 
  • Good writing skills, including proofreading and editing documents;
  • Independent worker, creative, open to learning new skills;
  • Self-starter who takes initiative to develop and implement work plans;
  • Access to an electronic device such as a computer or tablet and a stable internet connection is required. 


  • Academic research and writing on topics such as campus climate, faculty engagement, and student voting;
  • Proofread and edit materials before publication;
  • Assist in new faculty initiatives on the topics of: nonpartisanship in the classroom, voter registration in the classroom, and ways faculty members can integrate democratic engagement initiatives into their coursework.
  • Develop and implement our monthly faculty webinar series
  • Help build civic engagement resources for faculty members to use in their classroom;
  • Help create dialogue activities for faculty around how to talk about contentious issues in the classroom.

How to apply

Applications for summer are closed.