Campus Entrepreneur Internship Application

Join the next class of CEI Interns!



  • Summer Engagement Institute
    All CEIs across the country are required to attend an exciting summer training to build their skills and bond with their cohorts. During this week you will learn the tools of your job and have an incredible experience with your peers. This year the Engagement Institute Summer Training is scheduled from Wednesday, August 7th - Sunday, August 10th, 2018. This training is mandatory for all Interns and is a benefit of this position. Airfare and conference costs are covered through the internship.


  • Jewish Involvement
    The Campus Entrepreneurs Initiative Internships are intended primarily for students who are not heavily involved in Jewish life on campus but we welcome applicants who have varying degrees of involvement.


  • Existing Social Network
    Successful engagement interns will have existing social networks to start their engagement work.
  • e.g. Sports, Living Communities, Extra-Curricula's, Greek, Student organizations, etc.


  • Taglit-Birthright Israel and Alternative Break
    Ideal applicants should have either participated in a Taglit-Birthright Israel trip, or are ideally Birthright eligible.


  • Full Participation
    It is important that Interns dedicate the full academic year to their work. Applicants must not have plans to take time-off, study abroad, or study at another campus during the 2016-2017 academic year.


  • GPA Requirement
    Applicants must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.8.


  • Essay Questions
    Please respond to 2 of the 3 questions below. (No more than 250 words per essay)
  • What is the most creative project you’ve taken on or accomplished? What sparked this idea? What made it creative? Was it successful? Why or why not? What did you learn from the experience?
  • The focus of this Internship is building relationships with uninvolved Jewish students and connecting them to Jewish life. With this in mind, describe a time you reached out and built a relationship with someone new. How did you approach them? What was the experience like? What, if anything, was challenging? What did you learn about them that you would not have known otherwise? How did you continue to develop the relationship after the initial meeting?
  • We’ve all had significant conversations – the kinds that keep us up late at night talking in our dining halls and dorm rooms and remain with us long afterwards. Describe a significant conversation that you’ve recently had or one that has been particularly relevant to your life.

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