HSS Preparing Students for Careers Scholarship

The HSS Preparing Students for Careers Scholarship is awarded to College of Humanities and Social Sciences students that are pursuing an unpaid internship. To qualify for this opportunity the applicant must be a student in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences; pursuing an unpaid internship; must have a minimum cumulative 2.5+ GPA; demonstrate financial need with a preference for students who are Pell-eligible. Preference for the recipient to be the first generation in their family to attend college. Submission of work based internship requirements (hours, faculty supervisor, site supervisor, learning outcomes, etc.). Recipient will apply for the scholarship in the same term that the recipient is completing the work-based learning opportunity.

$2,050 each
Supplemental Questions
  1. List your anticipated start and end date of your work-based learning experience. MM/DD/YY
    • End date:
    • Start date:
  2. How many total hours are you required to complete during the semester for this work-based learning opportunity?
  3. Is it a requirement as part of your degree program to complete an internship, work-based learning experience, or student teaching?
  4. Will you be receiving credit(s) for your current work-based learning experience?
  5. Where is your internship, student teaching, or work-based learning site? Who is your supervisor and what is their contact information (name, phone number, email)? Please note that the scholarship committee will be reaching out to verify the position and information. If you do not have the required information, list N/A in answer to move on.
    • Company/location name:
    • Supervisor Email:
    • Supervisor Name:
    • Supervisor Phone Number:
  6. Please upload a written confirmation of your unpaid work-based learning from your site supervisor or company.
  7. In 500 words or less, how will participating in this work-based learning opportunity help you reach your career and life goals?
  8. In 500 words or less, how would receiving this scholarship impact you?
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