Skidmore College's Summer Funded Internship Awards Program 2014
Julia Martin, Summer 2013, Peru
Skidmore College is pleased to announce the Skidmore Summer Funded Internship Awards Program (SSFIAP) for 2014. It is each students responsibility to apply for internships of interest and then apply for funding on the CDC website. The Career Development Center is happy to work with students to help them find internships relevant to their major or career interests.
TO APPLY: Students can apply for the following awards by logging into My CDC Account.
Early Deadlines: The New World Fellows Program and Megan McAdams ’08 International Community Service Awards have early deadlines of February 21, 11:59 PM. Students will be notified of award status no later than March 10.
All other Deadlines to Apply: Friday, March 28, 11:59 PM
Students will learn the status of their application no later than Wednesday, April 23 and must accept and have their internship secured by Wednesday April 30, at which time we will then move to the next student on the list.
Here is the list of Skidmore’s Summer Funded Interns for 2013.
Click HERE to download the 2014 Award Comparison Booklet & Chart. If you’re thinking you’d like to apply for internship funding, take a look at what some of our students accomplished in summer of 2013.
Please read carefully.
No late or incomplete applications will be considered for a Funded Internship Award. NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED VIA EMAIL.
It is recommended that students submit all application materials early so that if you need assistance or have any questions, you are able to contact Penny Loretto the week you return from Spring Break. Due to the large number of application submissions, it is highly unlikely that students will be able to schedule an appointment the week of March 24 in time to prepare for the Funded Internship deadline. Career Coaches are available during drop-in hours to review resumes.
Projects undertaken in countries assigned a Travel Warning by the U.S. Department of State are not eligible for these awards.
Career Development Center Funded Internship Awards
Internships with Early Deadlines – February 21
The New World Fellows Program
This award provides stipends for 15 high financial need Skidmore students to work for and contribute to a New York City community-based organization, non-profit or government agency. This Program also includes a fall social justice seminar and work study in the Saratoga Springs area.
The Megan McAdams ’08 International Community Service Funded Internship Award
This award was established through the McAdam’s Family to promote the value of participating in a summer community project abroad. Preference for this award will be given to students with demonstrated financial need.
Additional Awards – Deadline to Apply - March 28
Skidmore Summer Funded Internship Award Program
The SSFIAP is open to all full-time students regardless of career interests, major, or class year. Students with demonstrated high financial need will be given preference for these awards.
The Parents Council Award
The Parents Council Funded Internship Award will be offered to assist a Skidmore student in gaining valuable work experience and help them to become more marketable in today’s competitive job market. Students must have internship secured prior to applying for this award.
Elizabeth Marie Glotzbach Film Industry Award
This award will be offered on a competitive basis to provide financial support for students interested in pursuing a career in the film industry. All majors may apply. Internship must be secured prior to applying for this internship award.
Gilbert Family Endowed Arts Administration Internship Fund
Gilbert Family Endowed Arts Administration Internship Fund will provide a stipend to one student interested in pursuing a summer internship in the field of Arts Administration. Preference for this award will be given to financial need students.
The following awards are also available; please view their websites for complete details:
The Furthering Awareness Community and Technology (FACT) Internship
The FACT award offers Skidmore students an opportunity to explore the field of disability services or disability studies.
The Levine Internship Award
The Levine Internship Award is offered on a competitive basis to support Skidmore students who wish to undertake government internships in fields related to the practice of American government, politics and/or law.
SEE-Beyond Awards invite students to explore new techniques, technologies, or modes of inquiry or expression; to apply their academic-year learning to real-world challenges; and to clarify the interrelationship between their educational and post-baccalaureate goals.
SGA's Responsible Citizenship Internship Award
RCIA was created by Skidmore’s Student Government Association to provide students financial support for undertaking unpaid summer internships that will expand their sense of community involvement, service, awareness, and civic engagement.
Note: Additional funding opportunities may exist. Please check with your academic department to see if they offer or know of any internship scholarships or funding sources. Students who receive any other types of funding - stipend, scholarship, grant or any other award are limited to receiving only one award per summer.
When applying for Skidmore's Funded Internship Award Program, be sure to:
- Go to My CDC Account, upload all documents required (application, resume, and essay in My Documents for each individual award you are applying to.
- The application form listed for each internship must be downloaded, completed, saved, and uploaded to My Documents.
- Please code the essay as "cover letter" and the application as "other".
- No cover letters are required to apply.
- To Apply: Click Jobs/Internships Tab, all jobs & internships, Position Type: Internship Funding.
- Confirm application(s) was submitted:
- Go to My CDC Home Page
- Click “X Applications Submitted” (top left corner of page)
- Confirm Applications were submitted for each internship
- For information on other internships not affiliated with The Career Development Center (FACT, SEE Beyond, Levine, Environmental Studies, and SGA), please check the links above and contact the appropriate department.
- The Career Development Center will close promptly at 4:30 pm on Friday, March 28. If you have any questions on Funded Internships, it is highly recommended that you contact the office early in the week of March 24.