Center for Civic Innovation Internship: Enhancing Community Wellbeing Through Social Innovation 

Center for Civic Innovation Internship: Enhancing Community Wellbeing Through Social Innovation 

Are you passionate about making a tangible difference in community health and well-being? The Center for Civic Innovation offers a unique internship opportunity for students interested in social innovation, civic engagement, and public policy. Grounded in community data and research, our mission is to empower local leaders, scale community-driven interventions, and advocate for effective public policies that uplift Atlanta’s diverse populations. 

Internship Overview: 

Join us in a dynamic environment where you’ll collaborate with nonprofits, social enterprises, and community leaders to address social and economic inequality. As an intern, you’ll gain hands-on experience in areas directly aligned with public health competencies, including: 

  1. Community Engagement and Advocacy: Work closely with grassroots organizations and community leaders to advocate for equity and address issues of social and economic inequality. Engage in partnership meetings, event planning, and outreach initiatives aimed at empowering marginalized communities. 
  2. Program Evaluation and Research: Conduct quantitative and qualitative research to analyze community needs and assess the impact of interventions. Gain practical skills in data analysis, evaluation methodologies, and report writing to inform evidence-based decision-making. 
  3. Administrative Procedures and Operations: Support the day-to-day operations of a non-profit organization by assisting with data entry, copywriting, and office management tasks. Learn valuable organizational skills and contribute to streamlining administrative processes to maximize efficiency. 

Key Highlights: 

  • Hybrid internship format (2-3 days in Atlanta office).
  • Flexible start/end dates between May 20th and August 2nd.
  • Opportunity to work closely with diverse teams on the programs, policy, or operations team. 
  • Access to workshops and events to foster professional growth and skill development. 
  • Emphasis on hands-on learning and skill-building in a supportive and collaborative environment. 


We’re seeking passionate individuals who are dedicated to making a positive impact in Atlanta’s communities. Whether you’re interested in public health, social entrepreneurship, or community development, this internship offers a unique opportunity to apply and grow your skills and knowledge to address Atlanta’s pressing social challenges. 

Please email libby [at] civicatlanta [dot] org with your resume and cover letter. Applications accepted on a rolling basis.

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