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NOTE: The Summer 2014 application is now available!
Application Deadline: NOW EXTENDED TO April 1, 2014
The NAFEO Internship Program is now offering full-time paid internships for the Summer 2014. The summer program dates are June 4 - August 15, 2014.
Application RequirementsPreference will be given to students enrolled in undergraduate or graduate programs at historically or predominantly black colleges and universities. A grade point average of 3.0 or above on a 4.0 scale is required. (Please note that some internships require U.S. citizenship.)
Application requirements are as follows:
- U.S. Citizen
- Complete application
- Current Resume (PDF version only)
- Unofficial Transcript- By request only
- Official Transcript- By request only
- Two completed faculty recommendation forms- By request only
Selection ProcessIn conjunction with NAFEO member institutions, NAFEO staff reviews applications to ensure that applicants are eligible and that the applications are complete. NAFEO staff then refers applications to employing agencies based on the academic disciplines they are seeking. Employing agencies review the applications, conduct interviews if necessary, and make all final selections.
Selected students will be notified by NAFEO staff and provided with an official internship offer.
Stipends and Allowances
For a forty-hour work week, NAFEO interns receive the following pay:
Undergraduate Students $440 per week
Graduate Students $520 per week
Stipends are paid according to a student's classification at the time of application.
Roundtrip travel: Students selected for summer internships only who reside outside of the Washington D.C. metropolitan area will receive a travel allowance.
Housing: A housing stipend will be provided.
Local travel: Summer interns receive a $200 allowance to subsidize daily travel to and from their work assignments. Fall and Spring interns will receive $300.
About the NAFEO Internship Program
For over a decade, the National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education (NAFEO) has facilitated internship assignments in government and industry for students enrolled in historically and predominantly black colleges and universities. Additionally, for interns who are employed in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, NAFEO provides an orientation session at the beginning of each program session, and brings all interns together at least twice during their assignment periods for seminars on a range of topics which enhance the internship experiences. If you are a student looking for opportunities to gain valuable work experience to supplement your coursework, or an employer seeking to diversify your talent pool, recruit and offer internship experiences to African American and other students, you have come to the right place.
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