Students Meghan Gallagher and Megan Reineccius work with students in Uganda on a school-building project.
NDIGD works to provide practical learning experiences for students. Students engage in various aspects of global development practice as interns, fellows, and researchers in NDIGD programs. From data collection to analysis and program design to implementation, Notre Dame students learn practical skills to prepare them for a career in global development during their engagement with NDIGD.
USAID | Notre Dame Global Development Fellowships
Graduate students, post-docs, recent graduates
- become a USAID fellow working on solutions to development challenges overseas
- spend your summer or semester working with local partners in a developing country
Business on the Frontlines: The CE3 Project
- travel to South Africa and Uganda to provide research and impact analysis studies for the CE3 Project
- students identify key project challenges and suggest solutions
Undergraduate and graduate students
- work with our monitoring and evaluation team to analyze data or program surveys and apps
- office work
- outreach support
- proposal writing
NDIGD typically hires student assistants at the beginning of the summer and fall semester. If you are interested in being considered for a future opening, please contact Aviva Wulfsohn.