Internship Scholarships 


Freedom Internship Scholarship

The Freedom Internship Scholarship was established in 2014 by Jenna (Manning) and Josh Harlow '06 who are dedicated to helping students with a passion for open and free societies, entrepreneurship, and protecting the most vulnerable in the United States. The donors work with the recipients to find an internship that best fits their career interest.

Award: One $3000 and one $500 to assist with transportation to/from the internship site and lodging costs
 
When to apply: The application process for this scholarship begins in October. Watch for an e-mail from the Internship Coordinator with application instructions.


 -Kari Lenz, right, was the first recipient of the Freedom Internship Scholarship. She completed an internship with Americans United for Life in Washington, DC. She is pictured here with her supervisor, Mary Drury, a Governmental Affairs Paralegal with AUL.


International Student Travel Funds Scholarship

Recognizing that some international students miss internship opportunities due to a lack of finances to get to an internship in another part of the country, a Friend of the College with specific interest in assisting international students has provided a scholarship to help cover those transportation costs.

Award: can vary each year, usually at least two $500 awards