Fulbright Application Workshop #2: We'll focus on the importance of country research and starting the grant statement. HH 101, 3-4pm on Apri6 days ago
Summer is an excellent time for you to explore career industries via internships. You may work with an organization of your choosing to initiate an individually-customized internship, or you may apply for competitive internship programs sponsored by a wide variety of companies and organizations. The Hubbard Center staff is available to assist students in pursuing summer internship opportunities.
DePauw Choice Summer Internships
These internships are established by alumni and friends of DePauw University, and are often designed specifically with DePauw students in mind. Internships are located in a wide variety of industries around the world. Unpaid internship opportunities in this category may qualify for funding through the Summer Grant Program. To log in, use your DePauw username and your student ID as your password. Once in TigerTracks use the one-click search for "DePauw Choice Internships". Click here to apply for these exciting opportunities...
Summer Internship Grant Program
The Hubbard Center Summer Internship Grant Program exists to award students for summer internship experiences. The internships supported by this competitive program will provide a learning experience that connects full-time summer work to individual academic and professional goals. Selected students will be supported for the summer in the amount of $3,000, and preference will be given to unpaid offers, and work in non-profit, government, and start-up environments. Two types of internships are funded through the program, and students may apply for grants for one, but not both.
The 2014 Summer Internship Grant cycle is now open. Applications will be accepted until Friday, March 14, 2014, by 11:59pm est, and awards will be announced on Friday, March 28, 2014. Students are encouraged to simultaneously pursue alternative summer plans, as the Summer Internship Grant program is competitive and the number of stipends are limited. Click here for grant criteria and application.
Enrollment in UNIV 297 is intended for those students who have established an internship with a host organization, and who wish to actively link this internship with their academic program at DePauw. Click here to learn more...
Each Winter Term, hundreds of DePauw students participate in full-time, month-long externships all over the world. To receive Winter Term credit, you can work with the Hubbard Center for Student Engagement staff to plan and develop externship placements that are professionally and intellectually rigorous. Click here to learn more...
If you're looking to spend a semester engaged in high-quality, immersive learning experiences you may choose to partake in one of our many semester-long internship programs. Many of the off-campus study programs approved for DePauw credit integrate internship participation into their missions or offer internship components. You may research options by viewing the list of approved programs, scheduling a meeting with the Hubbard Center staff, or by dropping by during our walk-in hours. Click here to learn more...
If these programs are not an appropriate fit for you, you may also consider applying for independently-designed off-campus internships. These internships consist of academic credit for full-time, semester-long internships in conjunction with academic work. Planning for a semester off-campus involves collaboration with faculty and staff far in advance. You should seek advising as early as possible. Many students enrolled in classes on campus also participate in part-time, on-campus semester internships.
Want to learn more about how you might enhance your DePauw education through internship experiences? Visit the Hubbard Center of Student Engagement or contact our Coordinator of Employer Relations & Internships.
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Fulbright Application Workshop #3: Hear from national screening committee readers about how to make a competitive app. HH 101, 3-4pm May 26 days ago
Wanna get away? Faculty-led Programs for Winter & May Terms Open House is Today! UB Ballroom 11-1!6 days ago
The Hubbard Center has a summer position for a Social Media/Web Writer. More information is available on TigerTracks.7 days ago
The Hubbard Center is seeking a web developer for this summer. More information is available on TigerTracks.7 days ago
Students interested in the WTIS: El Salvador trip during WT 2015 must attend one of the info meetings on April 14, 16, & 17.11 days ago
Learn about the China & Hong Kong course in Winter Term 2015. The info meeting will be April 16 at 11:40 a.m. in Harrison Hall 212.11 days ago