SBNC Nationals Internship Application
Please fill out this application if you are interested in applying to be a part of the SBNC National's Internship Program. We are looking for people from a wide array of backgrounds and experiences. The time commitment includes attending a bi-weekly meeting and volunteering around 1-5 hours a week minimum on projects.
SBNC is a growing national organization focused on bringing our vision that "higher education should be accessible to all" to life. We work to achieve this by facilitating the development of grassroots campus chapters and statewide coalitions across the country that work to make higher education work for everyone. We are only a few months old and already have chapters growing in over ten states! You can read more about our organization at
When you submit this application, we will review your responses and will reach out within two weeks of submission if we would like to offer you an interview. If you have any questions or concerns please email us at
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
First and Last Name
Please list your pronouns
a current student at a two year college
a current student at a four year college
a current graduate or professional student
a current high school student
not currently enrolled in school
If you have attended any college(s), please list the institutions and degrees obtained or in progress, also list your graduation year or year of expected graduation
What departments are interested in?
Please list any meaningful roles, positions, or experiences that you believe would help you be successful in the departments to which you are applying. (150 word max)
Why are you interested in interning with the Student Basic Needs Coalition? Why are you interested in our vision that "higher education is a right and should be accessible to all?" (150 word max)
Would you rather be attacked by:
One horse-sized duck
Fifty duck-sized horses
Optional: Why did you make your selection? (50 words max)
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