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. The Every Learner internship is both paid and remote.



Every Learner Summer + Fall 2024 Student Interns

Camore Fordham | Spelman College

Hello, I am Camore Fordham, a Charleston, South Carolina native and rising senior at Spelman College pursuing a Health Science Major on a pre-med track.

During my time at Spelman College, I have actively engaged in a variety of impactful roles and activities on campus. As a lead committee member of the MAPS Club, I developed a comprehensive pre-health resource hub, providing scholarships, internships, and career development materials for students. My volunteer work with Spel-Reads involved creating individualized learning goals, tracking student progress, and offering weekly one-on-one reading tutoring for elementary and middle school students to enhance their reading comprehension. Additionally, I served as a Peer Assistant Leader, mentoring freshmen, facilitating small group discussions, and organizing events to support their academic and social integration. These experiences have honed my leadership skills and deepened my commitment to community service and academic excellence.

As a Student Intern with the Rural and Urban Scholars in Community Health (RUSCH) program, I have played a crucial role in advancing health initiatives for underserved populations. My responsibilities included assisting in data collection and analysis for medical research studies, which support evidence-based health interventions. I developed and implemented community health education projects focused on vital topics such as mental health, physical fitness, health disparities, and nutrition. Through this experience, I have gained valuable insights into the unique health challenges faced by rural and urban communities, further fueling my commitment to improving community health outcomes.

After college, I plan to attend medical school to get my MD. Throughout my studies, I plan to specialize in obstetrics and gynecology or dermatology, as both fields align with my interests and provide direct patient care. After completing my medical training and residency, I hope to open my own practice where I can serve patients with high-quality, culturally sensitive care. I’m committed to working aggressively to eliminate healthcare disparities by raising awareness, conducting research, and establishing community outreach initiatives that address the special health needs of the Black community.

Brayden Hamilton | Fisk University

Brayden Hamilton, currently pursuing dual Bachelor’s degrees in Political Science and Music at Fisk University with an anticipated graduation in 2027, hails from Baltimore, a city rich in history and affectionately known as “Charm City.” At Fisk, she serves as a Senator in the Student Government Association and performs as a clarinetist in the Music City Sound Marching Band. These roles reflect her commitment to advocacy and community engagement, as well as her passion for the arts.

Growing up in Baltimore, a city facing significant challenges due to underdevelopment and limited resources, has instilled in Brayden a deep-seated passion for social justice and a desire to give back to her beloved hometown. Her internship focusing on online educational initiatives has further fueled her dedication to equitable education and digital learning solutions. She believes in the power of technology to bridge educational gaps and provide opportunities for underserved communities, aligning with her goal to empower youth through arts and education.

Brayden is enthusiastic about joining Every Learner due to her commitment to enhancing educational accessibility and effectiveness through innovative online platforms. She is inspired by the opportunity to collaborate with a diverse team dedicated to leveraging technology for inclusive learning experiences, which aligns perfectly with her vision of driving positive change in education for underserved communities. With her unique background and unwavering dedication, Brayden is poised to make a significant impact at Every Learner and beyond.

Tessa Wolf | University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Hello! My name is Tessa and I am a senior attending the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign majoring in Learning and Education Studies with a concentration in Digital Environments in Learning, Teaching, and Agency. I also have minors in Disability Studies and Informatics. My background is in computer science, but after a year, I learned how inaccessible that field can be for disabled people (such as myself), and I am currently pursuing a field where I can improve the state of higher education, preferably utilizing technology, so that post secondary institutions are more accessible for everyone regardless of ability, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, or any other factor.

I am involved in a variety of activities, in and out of the academic setting. At school, I work closely with the staff in my university’s’ Center for Innovation, Teaching, and Learning to learn more about Universal Design for Learning and how it can be implemented in classes. I also am involved in multiple research projects surrounding the use of technology to foster Universal Design for Learning in the classroom. Outside of class, I enjoy doing puzzles (especially with New York Times Games), listening to music, playing games and reading books!

Every Learner Research Assistant

Isabella Greene-Noble | University of Mississippi

Hey! My name is Isabella Greene-Noble. I also go by Izzy. I am thrilled to say I am a Research Assistant for Every Learner Everywhere! During the fall of 2023, I joined the University of Mississippi family, also known as Ole Miss. As of right now, I’m a rising sophomore seeking a degree in Business Management. I’m currently on track to complete my degree in just three years without any prior college credits from high school. This is made possible by my dedication to year-round studies, taking courses during all four seasons rather than limiting myself to traditional fall and spring semesters.

I have been an Ole Miss Book Club member for about a year now. This summer, I’m working as a Summer Assistant for Ole Miss Student Housing on top of a full course load. Throughout the summer, I’m also completing my training to be a tutor in the Writing Center on campus for the fall. My passion for aviation has been a constant in my life. After graduation, I plan to apply to a program through a leading commercial airline company. This program will allow me to gain the necessary skills, training, and certifications required to kickstart my career as a commercial airline pilot. Completion of this program offers me a direct pathway into the aviation industry. Female pilots are in high demand right now, which means that as a female who has been dreaming of becoming a pilot, it’s my time to shine. As my mom would say, I have a fire lit in me, and there is nothing that will douse my flames. I am so excited for what comes next. Thank you Every Learner for taking a chance on me and giving me this opportunity.


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 lived 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 of $3,000.00 for each semester

Next application process:

  • Application for the next cohort will open December 1, 2024 and close December 31, 2024. Interviews will be conducted 2-4pm Eastern Time Zone on January 13 and January 20, 2025. The cohort will run February 3 – April 30, 2025. Primary considerations for student applicants:
    • Must be an undergraduate college student at a U.S. institution during the spring 2025 term.
    • Must commit to the full term of the internship.
    • Must be available to interview at the times stated above.
    • Must be available for weekly meetings each Monday 3-4pm Eastern Time.
    • Successful candidates will have experience or interest in digital learning.
    • U.S. citizens, U.S. nationals, and U.S. permanent residents (holders of a Permanent Resident Card); individuals granted deferred action status under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program; Indigenous individuals exercising rights associated with the Jay Treaty of 1794; individuals granted Temporary Protected Status; asylees; and refugees, regardless of race, national origin, religion, gender, age, disability, or sexual orientation are eligible to apply for consideration.
    • We strongly encourage student applicants who self-identify as Black, Indigenous, and Latino.

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 Student Fellows Coordinator, Tynan Gable.

Fellow Videos

Venus Rodriguez

Integrated Health Sciences

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 X


University of Mississippi