Social Accountability International (SAI)

This internship is given to an outstanding human rights undergraduate student to complete a summer internship at Social Accountability International (SAI) in New York, NY.

Emily Dodson

2018 Social Accountability Intern

Emily Dodson

Human Rights, Political Science, & Spanish

 

To read more about Emily’s internship experience, please click here.

 

The Social Accountability International Summer Internship is an eight-week learning immersion experience with an international non-profit human rights organization dedicated to the ethical treatment of workers around the world. Students interested in legal research, management procedures, and the elimination of sweatshops worldwide will work with SAI programming on crucial issues related to labor rights. Visit SAI for more information.

A $5,000 scholarship is provided to assist with expenses related to the internship. Students interested in how businesses develop standards for respecting labor rights and addressing overall workplace issues should consider this internship. Open to all undergraduates at UConn, with preference given to Human Rights Majors and Minors.

This internship is sponsored by the Northeast Utilities Chair in Business Ethics.

More information about the Summer 2105 internship at Social Accountability International can be found here.

For more information about the application process, click here.

To read more about our internship fellow cohorts throughout the years, click here.