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Do you have an interest in Becoming a Nonprofit Leader?

Apply to be a Paid Shattuck Intern w/a Nonprofit by 12/6

November 20, 2021 3:05 PM

Are you ready to intern with a Nonprofit or Social Venture this Spring?


If yes, apply to the Shattuck Family Internship Program for Entrepreneurship Innovation and Social Change.

The Shattuck Family Internship Program for Entrepreneurship Innovation and Social Change prepares UMBC students for the rigors and rewards of entrepreneurship and social innovation. This program places highly-motivated students from diverse backgrounds in mentored internships (remote and/or onsite) to better prepare them to launch nonprofit or social ventures. Students get training and experience to empower them to become the next generation of social entrepreneurs–working largely in the not-for-profit world, developing and delivering innovative solutions to some of our region’s most urgent social problems.

Internships last one semester (15 weeks) and students will work, on average, 8 to 10 hours per week. Students receive a stipend of $1,500 toward their compensation. In addition to the internship, students engage in projects and activities that further expose them to the social entrepreneurial mindset.

DEADLINE TO APPLY:  Monday, 12/6

Why Participate?
- Earn a competitive stipend of $1,500
- Gain valuable experience in your career field by interning 120 hours over the course of the semester (8-10 hours per week)
- Be exposed to the knowledge, skills, and mindset required to successfully launch and manage a nonprofit/social venture
- Develop a network of contacts in the nonprofit community for future references and opportunities
- Apply classroom knowledge in a realistic work environment and apply lessons learned in the workplace to academic coursework

TO APPLY:

Interested students are asked to submit a Resume and a Cover Letter answering the following questions:
Discuss your interest in both entrepreneurship and this intern program. What has been your entrepreneurial involvement thus far such as coursework, seminars, etc. (if applicable)? What type of nonprofit would you like to intern for and why?

Your resume and cover letter can be submitted via UMBCworks, position
9332973

Christine Routzahn
Director
Career Center, UMBC
routzahn@umbc.edu, 410-455-3671

If you do not have a resume already approved in UMBCworks, send your resume and cover letter directly to routzahn@umbc.edu

DEADLINE TO APPLY:  Monday, 12/6
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