Summer Internship Fellowship Program

The Amica Center for Career Education awards financial assistance to students pursuing unpaid or low-paying summer internship experiences.

The Summer Internship Fellowship Program awards funds up to $2,000 to students engaging in extremely low or unpaid summer internship opportunities.

Any student in any class year (with a GPA 2.5 or greater) can apply, and the internships do not need to be for academic credit. In the past, through this program, Bryant students have had the opportunity to work in Government, Healthcare, STEM, Education, the Arts, Entrepreneurial Start-ups, and Nonprofit sectors to gain real-world experience.

We are proud to offer three specially named Fellowships, as well.

  1. The Leger R. Morrison Summer Internship Fellowship, generously endowed by Alumnae Judith Allen (’55), specifically funds a student interning at a cultural arts site (think: museum, theatre, library, nonprofit music venue, opera/symphony, a community center promoting cultural arts, parks, and more)
  2. The Sheryl Crowley (’60) Memorial Summer Internship Fellowship, generously funded by her daughter, Merritt Crowley, carries an additional $500 for an opportunity that requires significant travel or housing expenses (e.g., international or DC)
  3. The Amica Center Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Summer Internship Fellowship funds one student interning at an organization or role that embraces and specifically addresses diversity, equity, and inclusion in its engagement with the community and people they serve.

These fellowships allow students to explore career options, develop knowledge specific to a particular career, expand skills necessary for success in the work environment, and/or engage in experiential learning with defined objectives and goals related to a field of interest.

Apply through Banner and click on Summer Internship Fellowship Application.

The application deadline is April 15, 2022.