The Baker Institute offers an internship program designed to provide Rice University undergraduate and graduate students with public policy experience and exposure to a nonprofit think tank environment.
The Child Health Policy Program offers Rice undergraduate students research internship opportunities. Research interns work directly with institute research staff.
For more information about internship opportunities with the Child Health Policy Program, contact Patrick Tennant at PSTennant@Rice.edu.
For information about internship opportunities at the Baker Institute, visit www.bakerinstitute.org/students.
Daphne Flores ’21 is an undergraduate at Rice University majoring in political science and linguistics with a German language certificate. Her interests include the effects of community violence on children, bilingual education, international politics, and game theory. Daphne was also a Child Health Policy Program intern in Fall 2019.
|Hannah Bablak ’20 is an undergraduate student at Rice University majoring in a self-created area major titled Medicine in the Humanities, Science, and Society. Her research interests include public health policy and the ethics of drug development. Hannah was a Child Health Policy Program intern in Fall 2019 and Spring 2020.|
Selena Guo ’22 is an undergraduate student at Rice University majoring in economics. Her research interests include health equity, barriers to access, and environmental health. Selena was a Child Health Policy Program intern in Fall 2019 and Spring 2020.
|Miriam Wolter ’20 is an undergraduate at Rice University majoring in history and political science with a concentration in international relations. She has been a Child Health Policy Program intern since fall 2019.|