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Longtime LVC supporters Wendie DiMatteo Holsinger and Steven J. Holsinger established the DiMatteo Holsinger Internship Fund. Through their generosity, funds are available to help students with reasonable costs associated with an internship including a stipend, and travel, and living expenses.
Be sure to consult your department for specific departmental internship requirements. Apply now.
If the internship involves international travel, a copy of the proposal must be submitted to Jill Russell, director of the center for global education and chair of the Global Education Committee. The committee will review the proposal with respect to any risks or concerns about the geographic destination.
The student will be responsible for preparing and producing a deliverable at the conclusion of the internship. Possible options include a final paper, presentation, project, ePortfolio, video, or an updated LinkedIn profile at the end of the internship that reflects on the experience. They must also reconcile the project budget and return any portion of the grant not used as proposed within 30 days. The Associate Dean of the Breen Center is responsible for assigning and assessing this project.
A copy of this project must be filed with the Breen Center for Graduate Success. Requirements may have some flexibility as to be determined by the Review Committee and the faculty advisor/supervisor. Recipients may also be asked to present at the College following the internship.
Submitted applications will be reviewed and approved by the DiMatteo Holsinger Internship Fund Review Committee. The Committee will work to distribute internship funding across multiple disciplinary areas.
Please contact Natalia Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to submit your application.