How To Pay For Your Internship...
Spending 8-12 weeks abroad (often in an unpaid position) can be expensive.
Take a few moments to work out a budget once you have a set plan.
If you have been offered a placement, you should begin applying for funding immediately. The best place to begin is perhaps your home department. Often, departments have funds that they reserve for undergraduate experiential or co-curricular activities. Begin there. For examples, Romance Languages & Literatures has stipends available for International Internships.
LSA has need-based scholarships for International Internships. Check their homepage to see if you are eligible to apply:
If you will be undertaking a French-language internship, you should apply to the French American Chamber of Commerce, as they have travel stipends to award.
Email Address: email@example.com
The Residential College offers internship funding for RC students and for LSA students pursuing a concentration or minor offered by the RC. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information and to apply.
Ross students may receive funding through CIBER. Contact email@example.com for more information.
Apply to the $500 Scholarship for Abroad Experiences through Diversity Network, due April 1, 2014. This scholarship is not need-based.
The International Center (Students Union) has a huge collection of information regarding available funding sources for undergraduates:
- Undergraduate Application
- Academics & Requirements
- Academic Advising in the College
- Faculty and Their Specializations
- Transfer Information
- Study Abroad
- International Internship Program
- Michigan Learning Communities
- Course Guide
- For Graduate Students
- Your Student Experience
- Sophomore Initiative