Student Internship Program

The Every Learner Everywhere Student Internship Program began in Spring of 2021 as the Student Fellowship Program. The Fellowship program was a six-month-long, project-based fellowship that enabled Fellows to work on interest and skill-aligned projects and develop meaningful professional relationships with a variety of Every Learner network partners. In Spring of 2023, we launched the Student Internship Program, which will allow us to take on five-eight student interns per year for 12-week terms.





We are excited to introduce you to our three Spring 2023 student interns:

Chidinmma Egemonu, Vanderbilt University:Hello! My name is Chidinmma Egemonu and I am a student majoring in Cognitive Studies and Human and Organizational Development. Throughout my academic journey, I have been passionate about education and have pursued this interest through various experiences in EdTech, higher education strategy, and childhood education research. I am excited to expand my knowledge and skills by exploring the administrative side of higher education and learn more about how students like me are impacted by the decisions made at the institutional level. I am excited to continue my internship at Every Learner Everywhere, and I look forward to making a positive impact in the education field.


Emma Sullivan, Georgia State University: Emma is currently studying Middle Level Education at Georgia State University, where she is passionate about combating issues of poverty and educational inequity, particularly for low-income students of color and their families. In the future, Emma plans to explore international education and learn how we can implement policies that better serve our communities.



Eduardo (Eddie) Frausto, Georgia State University:I’m a first-generation Latino college student at Georgia State University in my junior year majoring in marketing. As an ELE Intern, I am excited to work toward empowering people of color from underrepresented backgrounds. I am currently the President of the Association of Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA) at Georgia State’s campus. I joined ALPFA to make friends and share resources with students on campus to connect them to internships and full-time employment opportunities. My passions include mentorship, volunteering, and going to live sports events.


These students bring a wide range of diverse backgrounds and will work with our network through to help us better understand students’ digital learning and adaptive courseware experiences. Our student interns are working with us on developing resources for institutions and providing thought leadership on issues facing college students today. We are so excited to welcome these students into our network and look forward to all there is to learn alongside them!

What students can gain from being an Every Learner intern:
  • Professional experience
  • Introduction to a network of student intern alumni and network professionals working in digital technologies and higher education
  • A monthly stipend of $1,000.00 for 10 hours per work each week for a maximum $3,000.00 for the term. Stipends will be delivered via direct deposit or physical check on a monthly basis.
Next application process:
  • Applications will be collected May 1 – 12.
  • Interviews will take place May 15 – 19
  • Applicants will be informed of their application status by May 26, 2023.
  • The summer internship begins June 1, 2023.

Image: Student Fellows met in person at the Atlanta Civil Rights Museum in November 2021 with former Every Learner Everywhere Director, Dr. Jessica Williams, and with the Student Fellows Coordinator, Tynan Gable.

Fellow Videos

Venus Rodriguez

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With a passion for the healthcare field, Venus dreams of becoming a physician assistant and working in underserved communities as a bilingual primary care provider.

Mark Lannaman


Mark is working with SXSWedu to meaningfully engage students and implement online hybrid conference models and is also a student mentee for the National Association of Hispanic Journalists working on a documentary centered around gentrification in Atlanta.

Kristina Tucker


Kristina is excited to announce that she was accepted into the Applied Psychology PhD program at Portland State University, where she will be doing research to understand the science behind human development — an aspect of psychology that she has always found interesting.

Fellows in the News

LinkedIn Program Announcement

Teacher Appreciation Video on Twitter


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