The Evans School combines theory with practice and there isn’t a better example than our internship program.

Our internships allow students to:

  • Apply the skills they are learning in the classroom to real-life settings that directly match your career goals.

  • Be a cut above the competition in the after-school job market by expanding their professional network.

  • Gain professional experience by using substantive analytical or managerial knowledge to solve real-world problems related to policy development, implementation, or evaluation.

This year our students interned at public, nonprofit, and even private organizations in too many places to name, but we wanted to give you a few highlights.

Beijing Language and Culture University
City of Kirkland
Washington State Office of the Attorney General
King County Office of Performance, Strategy and Budget
United Nations Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner OHCHR
NPI Non Profit Incubator Headquarters
West Seattle Helpline
Girls Incorporated of Alameda County
March of Dimes-Washington State Chapter
Italian Red Cross, Rome Branch