The Robert C. and Helen Dix Scholars Program
The Dix Scholar’s Program in journalism is funded by a generous donation from Mrs. Robert C. Dix. The fund supports experiential learning, such as scholarships. In honor of the Dix family commitment to journalism, the stipends will be given for internships either in journalism or in work that uses writing extensively. Stipends of up to $2,000 are available for the summer. Decisions will be made by the selection committee. Please contact the Career Center with questions at email@example.com.
Ranney Webster Fund for Experiential Learning
The Ranney Webster Fund was created at Hiram College to support students’ experiential learning through internships, research and other experiential learning. The funds are intended to enable students to participate in experiential learning that is not funded or inadequately funded by an external source. Each year, stipends of $500, $1,000, $1,5000, or $2,000 will be available for the summer. Any remaining funds will be available for Fall and/or Spring semester. Decisions will be made by a faculty committee. Please contact the Career Center with questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NetVUE Grant Internship Fund
With the support of the NetVUE Grant, Hiram College is able to support student’s experiential learning through internship and research funding. The NetVUE Grant Internship will advance students’ capacity to foster vocational reflection on Career and Calling, two of Hiram Connect’s 5 C’s. Each year (starting in Fall 2018), five stipends of $1,000 will be available in the summer. Decisions will be made by the NetVUE Committee. Please contact the Career Center with questions at email@example.com.
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Integrated Entrepreneurship Internship Program Fund
The objective of the Integrated Entrepreneurship at Hiram College Internship Program is to enable students to acquire professional experience, which will broaden their knowledge of entrepreneurial organizations while integrating the formal study of entrepreneurship and their major. Students who have declared Entrepreneurship as their minor are eligible for internship funding if they are participating in an approved internship. If you meet the requirements and are interested in applying for funding, please contact Kay Molkentin, Director, Center for Integrated Entrepreneurship, at firstname.lastname@example.org.