Bio

The Duke Career Center's Internship Funding Program aims to reduce the financial challenges associated with participating in a wide range of low-paying or unpaid summer internships, thereby achieving the following objectives: * Facilitating student participation in experiential career exploration * Expanding the diversity of internship opportunities in which Duke students participate Through the generosity of corporate, individual and class donors, we are able to offer competitive grants ranging from $600 to $3,000 for students who accept unpaid or low-paying internships.

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Available Positions

Open to all types of unpaid or low paying internships and research opportunities. Funding for first year, sophomore, junior, and first semester senior students.

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