Click here to submit an inquiry form and receive an email with log in credentials for our application. Please be sure to check your spam box for this email and keep it in a safe place.

Once you've received log-in credentials from the link above, CLICK HERE to access the IRT application. 

Learn more about the IRT by watching our info-session powerpoint. 


The IRT will be visiting the following locations (in alphabetical order):

  • Allegheny College - date, time, and location TBD
  • Bowdoin College - 7:00 pm in the Career Planning Conference Room, Moulton Union on Thursday, 1/31/19
  • Dartmouth College - Tuesday 2/12/2019   (4:30PM - 6:30PM, Location TBD)
  • Bowdoin College - 12:00- 4:00pm at the 8th Annual Nonprofit Symposium in Moulton Union on Friday 2/1/19
  • Kent State University - 5:00 -6:30 pm, White Hall, Room 200 on Wednesday, 2/6/19
  • Kenyon College - 12:00pm - 1:00 pm on Monday, 2/4/19 (Location TBD) 
  • Stanford University - TBD (January 2019)
  • University of California, Berkeley - 12:00pm at the EOP Office inside the Cesar Chavez Student Center on Friday, 1/25/19
  • University of California, Davis - 12:00-1:30pm at the Center for African Diaspora Student Success on Thursday, 1/24/19
  • University of California, Santa Cruz - 1-3pm on Wednesday, 1/23/19  (Location TBD)
  • University of New Hampshire Info Session - 12:30 - 2:30pm in the Connect Office in Hood House on Tuesday, 2/4/19
  • University of Pennsylvania - Monday 2/11/2019 (3:00PM - 4:00PM, Room 400, Graduate School of Education)

Click here to RSVP for one of the info-sessions above and meet with an IRT rep! Secondly, be sure to submit an inquiry using the link above to stay up to date in IRT's communications. Please note: if you are RSVP'ing for a conference, you must register for the conference directly with the event. 

If you have any further questions, please email Monica Reum, Recruitment and Admission Programs Specialist at


All applicants must:

  1. For undergraduates, have earned a grade point average of 3.0 or above (on a 4.0 scale); and for graduate students, have earned a grade point average of 3.5 or above (on a 4.0 scale).
  2. Demonstrate a commitment to eradicating racial disparities in education;
  3. Demonstrate a professional interest in teaching, counseling, or administration (K-12 or higher education)
  4. Submit a complete online application by March 1st, 2019     

You are eligible to participate in the Summer Workshop Intern Program if you are: 

  • A current undergraduate junior
  • A current undergraduate senior

Please note: If you are not accepted to the Summer Workshop, you will automatically be considered for the Associate’s program.

You are eligible to participate in the Associate Program if you are:

  • A current undergraduate junior or senior
  • A college graduate (recent or otherwise)
  • Currently or previously enrolled in a Master’s degree program
  • A working professional with an undergraduate degree

*Graduate degree holders and those who have completed their undergraduate degrees at the time of application are eligible for the Associate Program ONLY.

Application requirements:

  • Attend an information session on campus or download an info-session from this webpage (see above). 
  • A completed online application which includes a series of short-answer questions about your professional history, research experience, theoretical framework, and goals for future graduate study
  • Three academic recommendations (two can be academic and one can be professional if you are applying for fields in Education such as Higher Education, School Counseling, etc.)
  • Resume/CV
  • Upload unofficial transcripts from ALL credit earned institutions including  undergraduate and graduate institutions, community colleges, study abroad programs, and summer coursework. 

For clarification on the application process, please review our FAQ Document.