The Chapel Executive Internship Program supports Liberal Arts students participating in premium internships, particularly in the private sector. This generous endowment makes it possible to provide roughly 20 students each year with $5,000 in enrichment funding.
Over the past few years, Liberal Arts students from different degree programs, participating in a wide variety of internships in the business/private sector have benefited from the Virginia Todd Chapel Executive Internship Program.
Wondering if you should apply for the Chapel Executive Internship Program for the summer 2016 semester? Visit the Career Enrichment Network website for eligibility requirements and application instructions. Don’t hesitate to apply!
In the meantime, check out some of the previous Chapel Executive Interns:
- Sabrina Evans, English, Internship with Lippincott, Massie, & McQuilkin Literary Agents;
- Julia Gray, Philosophy, Internship with Outside Organisation;
- Sarah Jordan, Labor & Employment Relations, Internship with Macy’s;
- Ashlyn McKee, Chinese, Internship with Control Risks Singapore;
- Malyke Partlow, Criminology, Internship with Ernst & Young;
- Jamie Ranalli, Anthropology, Internship with Stryker Sustainability Solutions;
- Benjamin Rowles, English, Internship with the U.S. Department of State;
- & more!
Note: Students who are not selected for the Virginia Todd Chapel Executive Internship Program will automatically be considered for our general Liberal Arts Enrichment Funds.