Experience Counts: Arnold Internship Grants
Lebanon Valley College seeks to support students by encouraging participation in experiences that integrate classroom learning and the liberal arts with on-the-job experiences and practical applications. LVC is committed to preparing graduates for successful performance in the competitive national and international marketplace and values the role of internships in supporting the College’s mission.
Despite impeding financial concerns faced by many of our students, we intend to promote internships that encourage students to broaden their horizons and pursue competitive opportunities that propel them into careers they may not otherwise have considered.
The Edward H. Arnold and Jean Donlevy Arnold Internship Grants were created to remove financial impediments and help students pursue previously inconsiderable internships. This might include, but would not be limited to, an underpaid internship experience within the United States or assistance with an international internship experience. Preference will be given to those internship proposals that are cost-intensive, provide unique, transformative experiences, and provide students the opportunity to have internships out of the local area.
Read about the inaugural recipients here.
Spring 2014 Internships - Abstracts (due October 11, 2013); Grant applications (due November 8, 2013)
Summer 2014 Internships - Abstracts (due January 31, 2014); Grant applications (due February 28, 2014)
Fall 2014 Internships - Abstract (due May 2, 2014); Grant applications (due June 2, 2014)
Eligibility and Application Information
Internships, Project CLOSE-UP, and Annual Internship Events
Finding Internship Opportunities