If you’re an undergraduate or graduate student in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences currently applying for internships, LAS wants to help you out!
The Community and Project-Based Learning Internship Scholarship program is seeking applicants for scholarships this Winter Quarter. CPBL seeks to financially support the endeavors of students who are working for non-profits, NGOs, or governmental organizations. If you are partaking in an internship-related project that you feel is connecting your coursework to the needs of a wider community, then you should consider applying for a CPBL scholarship!
These are some of the qualities CPBL is looking for your project to demonstrate:
- Production of a tangible deliverable
- Creative contribution by the individual submitting an application
- Evidence of collaboration and communication skills
- Connection to the individual’s career goals and coursework
Past CPBL-supported projects have included web pages, newsletters, exhibitions, tutoring plans, etc. If you’re unsure if your project is eligible, or if you want more information about the program, visit the official website.
Undergraduate students are eligible for $2,888 in awards and graduate students can receive $2,972. Applications for Winter Quarter internships open on December 7th, 2022, and close on January 9th, 2023.
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