For the past several years, Union College has received endowed funds to support students interning during the summer at community service non-profit organizations. For summer 2015, funding will be provided by the Class of 1973 35th ReUnion Community Service Internship Endowment, the Roger Hull Summer Community Service Endowed Internship, and the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Mohammad A. Omar '94 Memorial Community Service Endowed Internship. Students need to secure their own internship and then apply for the funding through the Becker Career Center. For assistance identifying relevant internship opportunities or with any questions please contact the Rochelle Caruso at the Becker Career Center at email@example.com or 518.388.6176.
Previously, students have interned at organizations such as: Habitat for Humanity; Bethesda House; Girls, Inc.; Regional Food Bank; Cystic Fibrosis Foundation; Boys & Girls Clubs; Breakthrough Collaborative in Cambridge, MA; Hospitals; Schenectady Community Action Program; AIDS Action Committee in Boston; Gilda's Club; U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants; New Yorkers Against the Death Penalty; St. Francis House in Boston, MA; Law, Order, & Justice Center; School on Wheels; the Joan Nicole Prince Home; Mothers Against Drunk Driving on Long Island, NY; and more!
- Community Service Internship Funding Program Overview
- Community Service Internship Funding Application
- Community Service Internship Funding FAQs
- Select Previous Intern Experiences
Attend an Information Session to learn more about the program:
Thursday, Jan. 22, 1pm, Becker Career Center
Wednesday, Jan. 28, 1pm, Becker Career Center
Monday, Feb. 23, 1pm, Becker Career Center
Tuesday, March 3, 1pm, Becker Career Center
Application deadline: April 6, 5pm, Becker Career Center
Interviews held: April 9 – 17, 2015
Notification of selection: week of April 20, 2015
Contact Rochelle Caruso at the Career Center with any questions firstname.lastname@example.org