The Career Options Resource Center awards grants to assist students with the costs of doing an unpaid or underpaid internship. For summer 2015, there are 3 grants available through CORC:
CORC Environment, Environmental Sustainability, or Indigenous Communities Internship Award: Up to $2500
Funding from the Iris Barr and the Professor Emeritus David Smith Internship Awards have been combined to provide one larger award to support an internship with an organization focused on the environment, environmental sustainability, or indigenous communities in either the U.S.A. or the developing world. The internship must relate to your academic work and career interests.
The Charley Richardson 70F Labor Rights and Peace Studies Internship Grant: $3000
Charley Richardson was a visionary labor educator known by many in the labor movement in the United States, Canada, and countries around the world. He was also a strong advocate for military families and others affected by war. This grant is designed to enable Hampshire students to use their energy, passion, imagination, and commitment to advance fields that were central to Charley's life and ideals, such as labor rights and organizing, worker health and safety, and amplifying voices for peace among those most affected by war. The internship must relate to your academic work and career interests. Learn more about Charley Richardson and The Charley Richardson Guide to Kicking Ass For the Working Class.
James Baldwin Div II and Div III Internship Grant: Up to $3000
For summer 2015, the James Baldwin Scholars Program and the Career Options Resource Center will award 4-5 donor-funded grants of up to $3000 to assist Division II and III James Baldwin Scholars with the costs of doing an unpaid/underpaid internship that relates directly to the student's academic and career interests. Apply for the James Baldwin Div II and Div III Internship Grant - please use this link to apply, not the shared application below.