Internship Funds Available For Students For the fourth year in a row, students in all divisions of the university who are interested in designing and implementing community service projects can apply to the Alumni Association's Community Service Internship Program for funds to make their ideas reality. Applications for summer and fall funding must be submitted no later than April 15. Over the past four years, Community Service Internship Program funding has provided seed money for such programs as Teach Baltimore, the Fitness Program at Rutland Transitional Housing, the Science Olympiad, Healing Hope, Women's Health Concerns and other initiatives. Students may choose to design their own programs or work within the framework of an existing community organization. Undergraduate and graduate students from every academic division are eligible to apply for funding for program support and start-up costs. For applications and further information, call Lisa Marks in the Office of Alumni Relations, 516-0363.
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