Formerly know as "Reach", Summer Internship Funding is available to students who have a confirmed internship for the summer, and who have identified a gap between their cost of living (housing, transportation, travel, meals, etc) and any money they will be making (internship wages, other summer work wages, other university funding/scholarship programs).
Please note that students participating in a tuition-based program, or one that charges a program fee, including traditional study abroad programs, are not eligible for Summer Internship Funding.
This includes students who receive no funding from their employer at all, as well as students who are being paid but have a high cost of living (like NYC). Students work throughout the US and internationally on projects across a wide variety of settings.
For more information, please contact the Gwen M. Greene Center for Career Education and Connections, or visit the funding and support section of the Internships website.
- Open: March 1
- Deadline: April 12