Learn from fellow Middlebury students and Career Counselor Tim Mosehauer five essential tips on how to fund a Summer Internship-all in under 100 seconds! Tips include how to apply for Career Services funding and tricks students discovered during the search process. Also check out Five Tips in 100 Seconds: Finding a Summer Internship, both filmed and edited by Peer Career Ambassador Peter DiPrinzio.
Having something to do over the summer is nice, having a good internship is also pretty nice, and having a PAID internship is just super splendid. Sadly, as many of you gorgeous people out there know, not all internships are paid. But hopefully, if you scored an internship that is not paid, you applied on April 1st for the funding managed by the CSO. However, there are 150+ applications to be processed and as you bright light bulbs know, not all 150+ are going to get funding. But being the student internships soothsayer and therapist, I am here to tell you that if you are one of those not so lucky, but still beautiful, people that do not get some of the funding managed by us, that there are other resources out there where you can get that cash money to fund your zesty internship.
The first place I would recommend to go is to simply type in “go/funding” to your web address bar thing on your interweb eye browser. This will direct you to all the different types of funding for internships, projects, research, and a bountiful amount of other things. There is money out there, you just got to sniff it out.