Internship Program & Resources - Dickinson Internship Grants
Dickinson students have the opportunity
to apply for a grant to assist them in completing summer internships. With the
rising cost of living and with internships often being unpaid, the college
would like to assist when possible. While we would like to be able to assist
everyone, not all who apply will be given a grant. This is a competitive process; not all
applications will be awarded a grant.
Career Center Grant - For students
doing low-paid or unpaid internships during the summer.
Müller-Peterson-Hach Internship Fund- Supporting an internship in
human rights, environmental protection, and human services in German speaking countries.
Preference is given to students with financial need.
Career Center Grant
To apply for a Summer 2013 grant: Click here to access the application details, information
about the grant requirements/parameters, and a
link to the 2013 online application.
Deadline I Wednesday, March 6, 4pm EST (decision via Dickinson email by 3/27)
Deadline II Wednesday, April 3, 4pm EST (decision via Dickinson email by 4/19)
Deadline III Wednesday, April 24, 4pm EST (decision via Dickinson email by 5/10)
online application will close at exactly 4pm EST on Wednesday, April 24. You
must hit the submit button on the application by 4pm EST. Late applications will not be
1. Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors who will be enrolled as Dickinson students the following fall.
2. Students who have secured an unpaid/low-paid summer 2013 internship.
3. Internships must be a minimum of 8 weeks in length and at least 80 hours. Internships longer in length are
4. Students in good academic standing.
5. If an application is not selected for funding in the first or second round, students may reapply for consideration.
Any revised applications must be submitted by Wednesday, April 24, 4pm EST.
Please read the entire application
linked above before submitting your materials.
If you have questions, please contact Amity Fox – email@example.com.
Müller-Peterson-Hach Internship Fund
Established in 2006, this fund is
intended to assist a student who is interested in performing an internship in
the field of human rights, environmental protection, intercultural
understanding, world peace, or human services in German-speaking countries for
an experience of at least eight weeks. Once students have obtained an
internship, they may apply for a grant.
Each summer, students can submit an
application requesting up to $2,000. Preference will be given to students with
financial need. Sufficient proficiency in German must be established through
the German Department to be eligible for the internship and the grant. For
assistance in obtaining internships in German speaking countries, students
should contact the German Department.
The MPH Grant has a different
application process and deadline from the Career Center Grant. Please contact Amity Fox at firstname.lastname@example.org to request the