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The UNIBusiness Scholarship for Social Engagement was created to remove the financial impediment of unpaid internships and encourage students to become socially engaged. The scholarship is available to UNIBusiness students who complete an internship with a non-profit organization. See below for full eligibility requirements. Applications will be accepted on a continuing basis.

Student Eligibility

  • Student must be admitted to the College of Business Administration
  • Undergraduate GPA Minimum: Cumulative 3.0 and Major 2.75
  • Graduate GPA Minimum - Cumulative 3.5

Internship Eligibility

  • To qualify, the internship must be with a nonprofit organization whose mission clearly outlines a social purpose and is organized and operated for purposes that are beneficial to the public interest.
  • Religious and faith based organizations do not qualify; however, a charitable organization that is an affiliate of a religious organization may qualify.
  • Internships to assist candidates who are running for elected office do not qualify.
  • Internship should have a clear relationship to the business function of the organization. Student should be able to identify the relationship to the job function and business studies.

Hour and Credit Requirements

  • Student is not required to register for academic credit, but is required to complete a transcript notation request with Career Services (Note: If applying for academic credit see requirements outlined for departmental internships).
  • Scholarship will compensate up to 15 hours of work per week.

Evaluation

  • Both the student and the organization should complete an evaluation of the internship and the student's performance at the end of the internship.

Compensation

  • Up to 15 hours of work per week will be compensated by the scholarship at an hourly rate consistent with comparable business internships (up to $2,500 total).

Students are encouraged to also get involved with the service arm of the non-profit organization.

Application Process
Step 1: Student Application

Step 2: Internship Application

*If student has already secured an internship, he or she can submit the Internship Approval Form with the Student Application and Personal Statement.

Forms
Student Application
Internship Approval Form
Employer Verification Form

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UNIBusiness Scholarship for Social Engagement

The UNIBusiness Scholarship for Social Engagement was created to remove the financial impediment of unpaid internships and encourage students to become socially engaged. The scholarship is available to UNIBusiness students who complete an internship with a non-profit organization. See below for full eligibility requirements. Applications will be accepted on a continuing basis.

Student Eligibility

  • Student must be admitted to the College of Business Administration
  • Undergraduate GPA Minimum: Cumulative 3.0 and Major 2.75
  • Graduate GPA Minimum - Cumulative 3.5

Internship Eligibility

  • To qualify, the internship must be with a nonprofit organization whose mission clearly outlines a social purpose and is organized and operated for purposes that are beneficial to the public interest.
  • Religious and faith based organizations do not qualify; however, a charitable organization that is an affiliate of a religious organization may qualify.
  • Internships to assist candidates who are running for elected office do not qualify.
  • Internship should have a clear relationship to the business function of the organization. Student should be able to identify the relationship to the job function and business studies.

Hour and Credit Requirements

  • Student is not required to register for academic credit, but is required to complete a transcript notation request with Career Services (Note: If applying for academic credit see requirements outlined for departmental internships).
  • Scholarship will compensate up to 15 hours of work per week.

Evaluation

  • Both the student and the organization should complete an evaluation of the internship and the student's performance at the end of the internship.

Compensation

  • Up to 15 hours of work per week will be compensated by the scholarship at an hourly rate consistent with comparable business internships (up to $2,500 total).

Students are encouraged to also get involved with the service arm of the non-profit organization.

Application Process
Step 1: Student Application

Step 2: Internship Application

*If student has already secured an internship, he or she can submit the Internship Approval Form with the Student Application and Personal Statement.

Forms
Student Application
Internship Approval Form
Employer Verification Form

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UNIBusiness Scholarship for Social Engagement

The UNIBusiness Scholarship for Social Engagement was created to remove the financial impediment of unpaid internships and encourage students to become socially engaged. The scholarship is available to UNIBusiness students who complete an internship with a non-profit organization. See below for full eligibility requirements. Applications will be accepted on a continuing basis.

Student Eligibility

  • Student must be admitted to the College of Business Administration
  • Undergraduate GPA Minimum: Cumulative 3.0 and Major 2.75
  • Graduate GPA Minimum - Cumulative 3.5

Internship Eligibility

  • To qualify, the internship must be with a nonprofit organization whose mission clearly outlines a social purpose and is organized and operated for purposes that are beneficial to the public interest.
  • Religious and faith based organizations do not qualify; however, a charitable organization that is an affiliate of a religious organization may qualify.
  • Internships to assist candidates who are running for elected office do not qualify.
  • Internship should have a clear relationship to the business function of the organization. Student should be able to identify the relationship to the job function and business studies.

Hour and Credit Requirements

  • Student is not required to register for academic credit, but is required to complete a transcript notation request with Career Services (Note: If applying for academic credit see requirements outlined for departmental internships).
  • Scholarship will compensate up to 15 hours of work per week.

Evaluation

  • Both the student and the organization should complete an evaluation of the internship and the student's performance at the end of the internship.

Compensation

  • Up to 15 hours of work per week will be compensated by the scholarship at an hourly rate consistent with comparable business internships (up to $2,500 total).

Students are encouraged to also get involved with the service arm of the non-profit organization.

Application Process
Step 1: Student Application

Step 2: Internship Application

*If student has already secured an internship, he or she can submit the Internship Approval Form with the Student Application and Personal Statement.

Forms
Student Application
Internship Approval Form
Employer Verification Form

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