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Internship Grant applications accepted through Feb. 2

Brigham Young University’s Internship Office will accept Internship Grant applications from departments for up to $15,000 through Monday, Feb. 2.

Applications must be submitted to the Internship Office at 130A in Building B-34 or by e-mail at internship@byu.edu by the deadline to be considered by the Internship Advisory Committee. All applicants will be notified by March 31 and awards will be given in April to use throughout the year. For application guidelines, visit webpub.byu.edu/internships-byu/html/InternshipGrants2.html.

The Internship Office has funding available to help departments develop, improve and expand programs. Funding can be applied to infrastructure, cultivation or strengthening supervision of internships.

Funding is available in the categories of wages for adjunct faculty or part-time faculty, administrative or student assistants as well as for supplies, equipment and domestic travel. All proposals must demonstrate some commitment of department resources to internships.

For more information, contact Adrienne Chamberlain at (801) 422-3337.

Writer: Angela Fischer

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