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Internships: Supplemental Sources of Financial Aid

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AmeriCorps National Service
1201 New York Avenue
Washington DC 20525
202.606.5000
questions@americorps.gov

AmeriCorps engages Americans of all backgrounds in results-driven service. AmeriCorps members help communities meet their education, public safety, human and environmental needs.

In exchange for completing ten to twelve months of full-time service with AmeriCorps, members earn and education award of $4,725 to help pay for college or pay back student loans. Full-time members earn a modest living allowance and health care coverage.

Armenian Assembly of America
Summer Internship
1334 G Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
202.393.3434
jpiatt@aaainc.org

Seven- to eight-week summer internships place students in various offices in the Washington, D.C., area. Applicants must possess strong writing, research and communication skills. Transportation, travel and living expenses are the responsibility of the intern.

Deadline: February 28

The Baseball Hall of Fame
The Frank and Peggy Steele Internship Program
25 Main Street
Cooperstown, NY 13326
607.547.0311
education@baseballhalloffame.org

The Baseball Hall of Fame invites you to apply to participate in the Frank and Peggy Steele Internship Program for Youth Leadership Development. Steele interns receive meaningful, hands-on training in numerous professional careers including research, photo archives, technical services, exhibit design, membership, education, archives and collections management, recorded media, development, special events, programs and events, multi-media, publications, and public relations. Students must have completed at least their sophomore year and be enrolled in a bachelor's or master's degree program at a college or university during the internship, or have just graduated in May. Applicants can also apply for the Ozzy Smith Diversity Scholarship by attaching a one-page statement of interest along with their cover letter and resume.

Deadline: January 31

The Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Inc.
CBCF Congressional Internship Program - Summer Term
1720 Massachusetts Avenue
Washington, DC 20036
202.263.2800
internships@cbcfinc.org

CBCF is offering summer internships for students who are interested in political science, public policy and the federal legislative process.  Interns receive a stipend of $3,000 and housing accommodations during the internship.

Deadline: February 21

Michael Curry Internship Program
Program Coordinator
2 1/2 State House
Springfield, IL 62706
217.782.4921

This program offers college juniors, seniors, and graduate students in all disciplines (including law) an opportunity to work in one of the agencies under the jurisdiction of the Governor for two months. Positions are available in Springfield and Chicago. Applicants must be Illinois residents who have not previously participated in the program.

Deadline: February 28

Luce Scholars Program
University of Michigan International Institute
School of Social Work Building
1080 S. University Ave., Suite 2660
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1106
Ms. Kelly Peckens, kpeckens@umich.edu

The Luce Scholars Program provides stipends, language training and internships for young Americans to live and work in Asia each year. The program's purpose is to increase awareness of Asia among future leaders in American society. Candidates must be American citizens who have received at least a bachelor's degree and will be no more than 29 years old on July 1 of the year they enter the Luce program. Students who already have significant experience in Asia or Asian studies are not eligible for nomination.

Deadline: October 15

The Robert Masur Fellowship for Civil Liberties
Robert Masur Fellowship
The Nation Institute
116 East 16th Street, 8th Floor
New York, NY 10003
annelise@nationinstitute.org

The fellowship competition is open to first-year law students who intend to carry out significant activities during the summer (in between their first and second year) in the areas of civil rights and/or civil liberties. Proposed activities may include a writing or research project, work with a public interest organization in the areas of civil rights or civil liberties, work on a civil rights or civil liberties law case under the supervision of a faculty member or lawyer, or any other work in the areas of civil rights or civil liberties.

Deadline: April 15

Morris K. Udall Foundation
Native American Congressional Internship Program
130 South Scott Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85701
Phone: 520.901.8500
Fax: 520.670.553
internship@udall.gov

The Udall Foundation provides a ten-week summer internship in Washington, D.C., for Native American and Alaska Native students who wish to learn more about the federal government and issues affecting Indian Country. The internship is fully funded: the Foundation provides round-trip airfare, housing, per diem for food and incidentals, and a stipend at the close of the program.
Interns work in congressional and agency offices where they have opportunities to research legislative issues important to tribal communities, network with key public officials and tribal advocacy groups, experience an insider's view of the federal government, and enhance their understanding of nation-building and tribal self-governance.

Deadline: January 31 



Washington College of Law
Washington, D.C. Summer Programs
4801 Massachusetts Avenue, NW Suite 366
Washington, D.C. 20016-8192
Phone: 202.274.4000
Fax: 202.274.4005
externship@wcl.american.edu

Washington College of Law summer programs provide students with unique opportunities to earn credit while working and studying in the Nation's Capitol. Students can choose from a supervised Externship Program, the Program on Law and Government, or the intensive three-week program in the Academy on Human Rights and Humanitarian Law.

Deadline: Varies

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