Internship Scholarship Program recipients are selected based on demonstration of financial need, impact of scholarship award, and justification of how the internship supports career interests and professional growth. The program promotes attainment of professional preparation and provides scholarships of $1,500 to make necessary experience more accessible by offsetting financial hardships associated with unpaid internships.
Career Catalyst Award
Stephanie –B.A. in Sociology, Feminist Studies
Intern with Chambers Law Firm, Santa Ana, CA
Joy-B.A. in Global Studies, French
Intern with Théâtre de l'Opprimé, Paris, France
Ilse --B.A. in Sociology
Intern with GLIDE, San Francisco, CA
Brenda—B.A. in Communication
Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute, Washington D.C.
The following students were awarded funding support from the Vice Chancellor's Office of Student Affairs for their internship experiences:
Alex --B.A. in Political Science
Intern with the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office, West Covina Area
Juan --B.A. in Economics, Political Science
Intern with Riverside County District Attorney’s Office
Cynthia –B.A. in Sociology
Intern with CHIRLA, Los Angeles, CA
Click the link below to read more about their achievments.
Monday, June 10, 2019
June 11, 2019 - 8:38am