ING Summer Interns


Thank you to all those who applied to ING’s summer internship program. We received many outstanding applications and the final selection was not easy. Due to a limited number of slots however, only three individuals were selected. Congratulations to the following students who were awarded internships at ING for the summer months June-through August 2006:
Zaheer Maskatia – A recent graduate from UC Berkeley in Business, International and Comparative Constitutional Law, Zaheer’s internship at ING will focus on research and development of content on the role of Islamic law in Muslim societies, federal and state mandates on cultural competency, and communications planning for non profits.

Yasmeen Khan – A recent graduate from UC Davis in Human Development: Social and Ethnic Relations, Yasmeen’s internship at ING will focus on research and development of content and design for ING’s educational seminars and cultural competency presentations, working with Ateka Ali, Ameena Jandali and ING speakers.

Rabail Shah – Currently a teacher at Granada Islamic school, while pursuing graduate studies in education at San Jose State University, Rabail worked for ING in 1999, and again in 2004-2005. Rabail’s internship will focus on organization development projects.

If you’re interesting in interning at ING in the fall 2006 through spring 2007, we’re accepting applications now. You do not need to be a student to apply. Please go to our website to download an application:

Thank you.