The American Horse Council (AHC) is now accepting applications for 2022 virtual student internships. Three internships are currently available beginning Jan. 10th including 1 communications/graphic design internships, 1 Govt Affairs internship and 1 Regulatory Affairs internship.
- 1 month, 2 month, or semester internships available- after getting acquainted with AHC and its various programs, student will conduct a research project and write a white paper on an assigned topic, and/or assist with various projects. (This could be done for academic credit and research project would be pre-approved by student advisor). Students are asked to work minimum 20 hours per week.
- Stipend of $500/month available; Maximum of 3 -month internship and stipend of $1,500
- Open to college students (undergraduate and graduate)
Further, the American Horse Council Foundation (AHCF) and United Horse Coalition’s program, the Equine Welfare Data Collective (EWDC), is also actively accepting applications for 2022 virtual student internships. Internships focusing on data collection, analysis and reporting, marketing and communications, and database management are available. Students will gain a working knowledge of welfare research and programming. Internships for the EWDC begin on a rolling basis and are flexible in hours. Students are asked to commit to a minimum of 10 hours per week with available stipends up to $500 a month depending on hours committed. All EWDC internships have a maximum 12-week commitment.
TO APPLY FOR AN EWDC INTERNSHIP, PLEASE FILL OUT THE INTERNSHIP APPLICATION FORM, AND INCLUDE A SHORT PARAHRAPH DESCRIBING WHY YOU WOULD LIKE TO INTERN WITH THE EWDC. QUESTIONS REGARDING EWDC INTERNSHIPS SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO EWDC@HORSECOUNCIL.ORG
In addition to AHC offered internships, students will find links to all types of equine industry internships and scholarships on the AHC website Youth Resources – American Horse Council . If your equine organization offers an internship or scholarship and you’d like AHC to add a link to the site, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the details.
Contact: Julie Broadway
American Horse Council