City of Waco Policy Innovation Fellowship
The purpose of the Policy Innovation Fellowship is to provide an 8–10-week opportunity for undergraduate students to integrate research, service, learning, and professional development through a summer placement at the City of Waco focused on civic and social innovation.
The primary goal is to acquire hands-on experience that serves to deepen and advance a student’s understanding of how their own work contributes to the public good and to do so when possible as a team.
The fellowship is designed for students interested in advancing their study in the social sector, social justice, and cross-sector collaboration for change.
Students reflect together on who they are, what they are doing, why their work in the community matters as well as the impact the experience has on their time at Baylor and beyond.
The Housing and Community Engagement department at the City of Waco will host a team of students to advance a substantive project that furthers the organization’s innovative capacity.
Application closes: February 1, 2024
Intern(s) announced by: March 1, 2024
Contact Dr. Emily Hunt-Hinojosa, Director of Academic Excellence Initiatives, with questions.