Internships are Always an Option for Additional Funds
March 14, 2008
Scholarships are a great way to fund an education, but they aren’t the only way to do so. Students frequently need both money and experience before applying to schools. Whether you’re trying to sample work in your field of choice or attempting to acquire skills that will jumpstart your career, we can help. Check out the internships below for opportunities that can put money in your pocket and substance on your resume. For additional information about college scholarships, grants, fellowships and internships, try conducting a free college scholarship search.
Women's Studio Workshop's Internship The Women’s Studio Workshop’s Internship gives young female artists the opportunity to learn the ins and outs of professional artistry. Housing and a $300/month stipend will be awarded.
Smithsonian Internships Minority undergraduate students and beginning graduate students are encouraged to apply for one of three summer internships. Students will be paid a $500 stipend for their research assistance and museum work.
SCA Internships The Student Conservation Association (SCA) offers conservation internships and summer trail crew positions to over 3,000 individuals each year. Projects vary in length from three to 12 months and trips are expense paid.
NCAA Athletic Internship College graduates interested in pursuing a career in the administrative side of athletics can gain insight into the business by taking advantage of this internship. This is a paid, on-year position.