LeadMN represents Minnesota's 180,000 two-year community and technical college students. Our mission is to break down barriers by empowering two-year college students to become strong leaders, engaged community members, and successful professionals. 

There are several internship opportunities for the 2019-2020 year based on the main campaigns LeadMN is advocating for this year. Interns will assist staff in researching current policies and practices, identify national practices to be utilized in Minnesota, collect and analyze data, draft communication updates for LeadMN, and have many opportunities to participate in new projects. 

To apply for an internship, send your resume to info@leadmn.org and specify which internship you are interested in. 

Food Insecurity Intern

The Food Insecurity Intern will work with LeadMN's Manager of Equity and Inclusion to identify and research food insecurity within the Minnesota State system. Learn more about this position here. 
For questions about this position, contact May Yang


From point of hire to May 2020. Potential for program extension based on schedule, availability, and need. 


Depending on availability, the intern will be required to be in the office at least once per week. Work can also be completed remotely as long as hours worked are being tracked in detail. 

Work Plan:

Manager and intern will develop a detailed, month-by-month work plan, which will include project specifics, key deliverables, and instruction on content and formatting. The work plan will be reviewed weekly to bi-weekly at on-to-one meetings. 

Resumes must be submitted to info@leadmn.org to be considered.