KISI is proud to partner with local nonprofits and social enterprises to offer internships to both domestic and international Kelley undergraduate students. Open to second semester freshman through seniors and all business majors or minors, these internships are an opportunity to gain specialized experience with a focus on social entrepreneurship, economic development, and community service. Practice the marketing, management, communication, accounting, or finance skills you are learning in the classroom to make a tangible difference in the Bloomington community.
Make a tangible difference in the Bloomington community
How to apply
Applications are open through March 22, 2022.
View local summer internship opportunities and apply today. Read details below to ensure you understand the process, requirements, dates, and eligibility. Contact KISI with questions.
KISI internships are unpaid and available for the following students to apply: Kelley School of Business (KSOB) undergraduates that have completed at least one semester on campus (second semester freshmen-senior), KSOB minors, and LAMP students.
Applications for summer open on February 22, 2022.
Applications must be submitted by 11:59pm March 22, 2022 (for students applying for CPT we recommended as soon as possible)
Each student may apply for up to three internship opportunities. Only one KISI Student Internship Application should be submitted.
Each internship opportunity will be closed and removed once it reaches 10 applicants. If you’re interested in a position, don’t wait to apply.
Applications open for summer on February 22, 2022. Applications must be submitted by 11:59pm March 22. Agencies will contact students as they receive their applications if they would like to schedule an interview. All students will need to complete an orientation with the KISI office prior to starting their internship opportunity.
Applications for the 2022-23 academic year will become available in August.
Students will be contacted by the organization for interviews and more information about the hiring process. KISI expects students to respond to organizations in a timely, professional way – even to turn down an interview or offer. Failure to communicate reflects poorly on the student and on the KISI internship program.
If you receive and accept an offer for a KISI internship, you must send an email to Stacie Ballard, Assistant Director, Kelley Institute for Social Impact at firstname.lastname@example.org. You will then be enrolled in a Canvas course where you can access important documents and assignments.
Please contact Stacie Ballard, Assistant Director, Kelley Institute for Social Impact at email@example.com or visit HH 2030.
International students that are interested in a KISI internship should be aware of their CPT requirements and timelines. Here are some helpful resources provided by Undergraduate Career Services at the Kelley School of Business that may help:
Understanding Curricular Practical Training (CPT):https://careers.kelley.iu.edu/resources/curricular-practical-training-cpt/