Wheaton College Economics, Government, and Public Policy (CEGPP) Internships


CEGPP Intern Opportunities

Image of David DaumStudents interested in theoretical and practical aspects of political economy are invited to apply for the CEGPP Intern awards. Internships and research proposals should fit within the mission of the CEGPP, which seeks to train students in the understanding of market economies, representative democracies, limited government, and the redeeming effects of the Christian worldview on the practice of business, government and politics. For more information on the program, see the brochure (PDF).

To apply for a 2015 CEGPP Intern Award, download an application at your convenience (PDF) or stop by the POL/IR or BEC offices located in the MSC to pick up a hard copy.



2013 CEGPP Interns
Maddie Allen Gram Vikas - Orissa, India
Brittany Anderson Senator John Thune, South Dakota - Washington, DC
Troy de Freitas Samaritan’s Purse - Boone, North Carolina
Micah Dennis World Relief, Research and Development - Bujumbura, Burundi
Daniel Fuglestad Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung - Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Maria Krump Department of Justice - Washington, DC
Kent Lindberg American Enterprise Institute - Capitalism - Washington, DC
Jessica Parsons State Department, U. S. Embassy - Riga, Latvia
Grace Pyo Heritage Foundation, Asian Studies Center - Washington, DC
Grace Stauffer Virginia Center for Restorative Justice - Richmond, VA
Josh Steddom Institute for Global Engagement - Washington, DC
Daniel Van Schooten TBD
Emilea Wright The Glasgow Refugee, Asylum Seeker, and Migration Network (GRAMnet) - University of Glasgow, Scotland

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