The Kenyon Community Internship Program (KCIP) affords students the valuable opportunity to gain meaningful work experience during the academic year, and engage in learning with the greater Knox County community. Area employers host Kenyon students for structured internships for 5-10 hours per week during the academic year, having students take on professional projects that help to develop the skills needed to be successful at Kenyon and beyond. Community partners benefit from student ideas and creativity while gaining support on key operations.
$100kof student intern wages are supported by donors
39community partners since the program's inception in 2017-18
107average student applications per year
Partnerships Over Politics
Kenyon students interning with county government demonstrate a commitment to community that transcends partisanship.
A Growing Partnership
The Community Internship Program now supports more paid opportunities for Kenyon students to work with local nonprofit organizations.
Interns at Work in Knox County
College students and local nonprofit organizations benefit from increased funding focused on building professional and personal connections in the community.