Beginning Spring 2012, President Daniel J. Bradley created a scholarship for students who have an internship outside of the state of Indiana to help lower the costs while increasing partnerships with organizations outside of Indiana. Internships must be overseen by an instructor and can be for credit or non-credit. It is the responsibility of the student to locate a site for the internship and find an instructor willing to be their sponsor for the internship.
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- Currently enrolled student at ISU
- Classified as a Junior or Senior with more than 62 credit hours
- 2.5 GPA
- Be in good judicial standing with the University
- Turn in completed and signed copies of the internship application and internship agreement with attached job description,
cover letter, resume, and letter of recommendation to the Career Center
- Completion of requirements as stated by employer and faculty sponsor in job description
- Completion of both student and supervisor evaluation
- Completion of a total of 300 hours
- Internship must be located out of the state of Indiana
- Priority will be given to unpaid experiences
- Complete the internship agreement/application, checklist, and recommendation
form: Internship Agreement Form
- Bring the completed and signed application and internship agreement forms with attached job description,
cover letter, resume, checklist and Recommendation Form to the Career Center for processing.