LSA Internship Scholarships for Spring and Summer Academic Terms
The LSA Internship Scholarship for current students provides scholarships (up to $5000) to support internship experiences in the spring and summer terms to qualified LSA freshmen, sophomores and juniors who have demonstrated financial need as determined by the Office of Financial Aid.
Student applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Must be undergraduate enrolled in a degree program in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts. Students participating in an internship after graduation do not qualify, and students must be returning to U-M as an enrolled student in the fall term following the internship.
- Must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident (possess a green card).
- Must apply for and receive need-based support through the Office of Financial Aid. LSA Internship Scholarships are not renewable.
- Must secure an internship prior to applying
Internship Positions must meet the following criteria:
- Internship must be 25 hours per week or full-time equivalent.
- Internship duration must be a minimum of six weeks.
- Internship location may be international or domestic.
- Internship may be paid or unpaid.
- Internship may be for credit or not-for-credit.
LSA Internship Scholarship Application Materials:
- International and domestic internship scholarship applications can be accessed in M-Compass
- Register your internship in the LSA Internship Network by completing the Experiential Learning Module's internship information form and posting employer confirmation of your internship
LSA Internship Scholarship application DUE with confirmation of internship position:
- OPEN: Wednesday - January 6, 2016
- DUE: Sunday - April 17, 2016
- AWARDS: Award decisions will be made on a rolling basis
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