Barnard students in good academic standing are eligible to apply for funding. Seniors are not eligible for summer funding and first-year students may apply for a grant starting the summer after their first year. Visiting students are not eligible to apply for funding. Previous internship grant recipients may apply for second grants but generally will be considered only after initial decisions for funding have been made. Funding is not available for internships with political campaigns or for internships involved in direct proselytizing for religious work.
The Summer 2013 Internship Grant Application is available here: http://tinyurl.com/summer13grantapp.
The application deadline for the Summer 2013 Internship Grant Program is WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 2013 at 11:59PM. NO LATE OR INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR ANY REASON.
In order to assist students in writing the most optimal grant application for this program, Career Development will sponsor several workshops prior to the grant application deadline. Please look for these workshops on NACElink and RSVP to attend. Workshops will assist you in understanding the process, writing a winning application, and creating an appropriate résumé.
Applicants must have secured their internship positions prior to completing the internship grant application.
Internship grants are awarded only for the internships specified on the students’ grant applications; grants are not transferable from one internship to another.
An applicant is not eligible to receive an internship grant for an internship that is part of an academic course or senior thesis or for which the student has arranged an independent study project.
Applicants must disclose any monetary stipends or compensation received from their internship organizations. The stipend amount will be deducted from the internship grant recipient’s total grant award.
Funding is not available for internships with political campaigns or for internships involved in direct proselytizing for religious work.
Grants will not be provided to students interning at organizations owned or run by their immediate family members. A grantee’s internship supervisor also may not be a family member.
Students will not receive funding for an internship for which the student has paid the organization to participate in the internship program.
Any false information on a student’s grant application may result in recovery of the full grant amount.
NOTE: If you encounter any issues, please call Career Development at (212) 854-2033. We suggest not starting this process at the last minute because late or incomplete applications will not be accepted for any reason.