Join the Ashoka U Team What We Do Why Higher Education Our Advisors Our Team Nominate an Institution Join the Ashoka U Team Watch Ashoka U videos. In 2008, Ashoka U launched as a program of Ashoka, because after three decades of working with leading social entrepreneurs (over 3,000 in 70 countries), we realized that far more changemakers were needed to become the architects of a sustainable and flourishing society. Will you join us to take this growing movement to the next level of influence in higher education? Ashoka U is facing immense opportunity, but we need a dream team to take advantage of them. At this stage of growth for Ashoka U, we have many crucial internship roles available. Your contribution has the potential to leave a lasting legacy at Ashoka U. Full Time Positions Ashoka U is seeking entrepreneurial, mature, and experienced individuals to join our team across a variety of roles. Renewal Launch Manager Ashoka U is hiring a Renewal Launch Manager, who will oversee the iteration and design of Renewal; a new process of Changemaker Campus recommitment to social innovation education. Launched in spring of 2015, Renewal is currently being piloted with seven Changemaker Campuses. The Renewal Manager will glean lessons learned from the pilot cohort, iterate, and continue the growth and development of the Renewal process. They must be comfortable using feedback to design a new system, creating all processes and documents, and communicating updates to stakeholders in a professional manner. Full job description and application instructions are available here. Internships Ashoka U is looking for fun, dedicated, innovative summer interns to work in the Ashoka Global office. We seek full-time interns (40 hours per week) for a minimum duration of 10 weeks. Applications are open on a rolling basis. The role: Ashoka U interns join the seven Ashoka U staff as key members of the Ashoka U team. They will work closely with the team and have the opportunity to work in a highly collaborative group environment. In addition, interns have responsibility for a specific project. Previous years, projects have included: developing PR and marketing plan for the Ashoka U Exchange, developing content for students at the Ashoka U Exchange, working on developing partnership opportunities for students to work with Ashoka Fellows, fundraising research and opportunity spotting, and designing and implementing a census for social innovation in higher education. Interns spend approximately 70% of their time on individual projects, 20% of time on Ashoka U team projects, and 10% of time on Ashoka-wide collaborations. Interns will be located in the Ashoka Global Office in Arlington, VA (although we are willing to consider a virtual role). Unfortunately, we are unable to offer financial compensation for internships. Qualified candidates: Are you a good fit for Ashoka U? For all Ashoka U internship roles, we hope the following describes you: Passion for and knowledge of higher education and social entrepreneurship Excellent writer (please carefully proof-read your materials before sending!) Dedicated focus on execution, while highly detail-oriented and committed to excellence Empathetic and effective relationship-builder with a deep understanding of the high-value of social capital A good listener who is humble and eager to learn A dedicated team player, who will be resourceful and do what it takes to get any job done well Previous office or professional experience preferred Apply with: Your resume A cover letter describing why you are interested in higher education Three specific questions you have about Ashoka U Please send your materials to Emily Lamb, Exchange Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Heather Hammond Ashoka U Intern My time as an Ashoka U intern exposed me to incredibly insightful changemakers including Ashoka Fellows, Change Leaders from Changemaker Campuses, and the amazing Ashoka U staff. Their collective passion inspired me, opened doors, and fueled my energy to make a difference not only during my time with them, but also back on my campus and in my future career.