VA's National Diversity Internship Program
The VA National Diversity Internship Program (NDIP) provides internship opportunities
to diverse undergraduate and graduate students who are currently enrolled, full-time
or part-time, in a degree-seeking program, at an accredited post-secondary institution.
Sessions offered during the spring, summer, and/or fall for students from various
institutions such as, but not limited to Minority Serving Institutions (i.e., Historically
Black Colleges and Universities, Hispanic Serving Institutions, Asian American Pacific
Islanders, Tribal Colleges and Universities).
VA uses the services of non-profit organizations to identify students from diverse
backgrounds for our internship program. Anyone interested in participating in the
NDIP should apply with one of the vendor organizations listed below. To be accepted
into the NDIP, students must be in good standing; currently enrolled in an undergraduate
or graduate degree seeking program, full-time or part-time from an accredited post-secondary
institution; and be a U.S. citizen (a lawful permanent resident or otherwise legally
eligible to work in the United States per FAR Part 22.18).
Program Related Links
Internship Opportunities for Students and Recent Graduates with Disabilities