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NNI offers non-paid, internship opportunities to those who may wish to learn about or expand their knowledge in tribal governance, economic and community development, and health policy areas.
NNI provides internship opportunities to students with Indigenous governance, health policy, economic development, social, and/or community development interests. These non-paid internships are designated for students who are currently enrolled in, or have matriculated to, an institution of higher learning and typically are one academic semester or one summer session in duration. NNI internships permit students to assist staff on various projects that support NNI’s mission.
If you meet the minimum eligibility requirements for a NNI internship, please complete the Undergraduate & Graduate Internship form.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact NNI.