International House is pleased to participate in the Jeff Metcalf Internship Program which provides more than 3,000 paid, substantive internships during the summer and academic year exclusively to UChicago students.
The Jeff Metcalf Fellows program honors Harold "Jeff" Metcalf (AM' 53), Dean of Students at the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business from 1956-1975 and Director of Athletics for the University from 1976-1981. Jeff Metcalf was also a long-time member of the International House Board of Governors serving on the Development Committee. The program has been made possible by alumni, parents, and friends all over the world, and it has remained true to Jeff's vision of strengthening the University's global community.
Within International House, Metcalf Interns have the unique opportunity to assist with various aspects of the Global Voices Performing Arts & Lecture Series, including program coordination, public relations, and marketing as well as providing logistical support to International House.
Learn more about the Metcalf Internship program.
Global Voices-Metcalf Interns
"I was excited to join the Metcalf team because I knew it would provide me with an amazing opportunity to work with an organization dedicated to the value of culture, politics, art, and community engagement. I’m so happy to have this chance to work through the university to strengthen the community."
Hazel is a third-year Metcalf intern and resident of the International House. She is a Chicago native and hopes to major in Linguistics and minor in Human Rights.
"Being a Metcalf Intern for the Global Voices Program has given me the opportunity to transform my passion for creating connections across cultures and fields of study into action. Working with like-minded peers and connecting with Global Voices speakers and performers inspires me deeply, and I am grateful for the chance to serve the UChicago and Hyde Park communities by helping to coordinate engaging and thought-provoking events."
Renee Wehrle is a third-year in the College living in International House. She is from Omaha, Nebraska and is pursuing a major in English. Renee serves on the Communications team for the Global Voices Program and staffs events.