James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation

PICS Organization Name
James Jay Dudley Foundation


New York, New York

Weekly Stipend
Approx. $500

Public Transportation Available

Housing Provided

Former Interns

Organization Description

The James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation, Inc. "Supporting Young Global Leadership is a New York State Corporation granted taxexempt 501(c)3 status by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Its dual objectives are to offer microgrants and 'spotlighting' to individuals and organizations bettering humanity in the fields of the Arts, Education, and Orphan Care. The J. Luce Foundation is most active in the U.S., Haiti, India, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka. The James Jay Dudley Luce Foundation, Inc. began in 2008 and was inspired by college professor Stanford Livingston Luce, Jr. who passed away in 2007. The Foundation publishes The Stewardship Report on Connecting Goodness. The Stewardship Report has now highlighted/spotlit over 1,500 organizations and individuals uplifting humanity.


Internship Description

After two decades of Raising and Supporting Young Global Leaders, our founder Jim Luce was appointed adjunct professor to The Caribbean Maritime University in Jamaica and charged with creating The Luce Leadership Center @ CMU to open in June 2019. The Intern will serve as Co-Director of the Luce Leadership Center @ CMU and will be based in Kingston, Jamaica. Duties would include, but are not limited to:

- Developing the online and physical components of the Centre, including academic curriculum for the Leadership certifications and degrees

- Managing the CMU Student Union and Port Royal Early Childhood projects

- Hosting our third annual Luce Leadership Experience that includes joint programs with the Kingston Lions Club and S.O.S. Children Village. The intern will receive full-scholarship (airfare, accommodations, meals, etc.) to participate in the two-week Leadership Experience.

- Attending regular meetings with our executive team in Kingston and New York. The intern would gain international work experience as well as invaluable exposure to program management, event planning, and higher education administration through this experience.

The intern will work with our global teams in both New York and Kingston, and will play a critical part in developing our very first Luce Leadership Centre. The intern will report directly to our Executive Director Chloe Hoang. Training by our President Jim Luce and Foundation’s Executive Staff will be provided to the intern throughout the placement. The other Co-Directors of the Centre, Robertto Bennet and Romain Wallace, will assist the intern in all workflow processes.

We are excited to bring on a talented, capable Princeton student onto our team and look forward to his/her contributions to the new Luce Leadership Center.


Internship Qualifications

Demonstrated success in staff
leadership, partnership development
and financial management;

Excellent oral and written communication skills;

Proficient with Microsoft Office, i.e. Word, PowerPoint, Excel;

Proficient with Google Docs.


Previous non-profit work experience in higher-education.

Expected Start Time
10:00 am

Expected End Time
6:00 pm

Required Dates
June 3, 2019 - August 9, 2019

Internship Length
10 Weeks

Meets Certificate Requirement

Additional Info

Applications for Summer 2020 will open in November 2019. 


To read evaluations written by former interns, please contact the
Student Program


Make sure to read the eligibility criteria and requirements prior to submitting an application. Here