NSCC Internship Foundation Scholarship Program
Deadline to apply: Tuesday, September 28th, 2021
The NSCC Foundation Internship Scholarship is a need-based award offered to help selected students offset the cost of completing an approved credit-bearing internship. For the 2021/2022 Academic Year, the award is open to ALL NSCC STUDENTS who are required to complete a 120-hour field experience as part of their academic major.
Students who receive funding through this scholarship program will be selected based on financial need.
The scholarship is not a payment for an internship; the award is designed to offset the costs of participation in an approved credit-bearing internship.
Funding through this program only applies to the 120 hours needed to complete the internship for academic credit.
There is no guarantee of receiving the stipend; do not plan your internship to be contingent on receipt of the award. The selection process is not timed to coordinate with the start of your internship; recipients may be notified partway through their internship experience.
Awards up to $750.00 are allocated for the Fall 2021, Spring 2022, and Summer 2022.
Design internship at Dart World.
Liberal Arts internship at Spaulding Rehabilitation Center.
Must be enrolled in a qualifying academic program at NSCC (see program list below).
Demonstrate a financial need.
Must have a 2.50 or higher cumulative GPA.
Must submit a complete application packet by the deadline of Tuesday, September 28th, 2021.
All fields/questions answered on application.
Requirement to upload a typed personal statement directly into this form.
Requirement to upload a typed recommendation from a NSCC Faculty, Staff, Counselor, or Employer.
Your recommender may be contacted for a personal reference.
The following Associate Degree or Certificate programs at NSCC are eligible for the award:
Graphic Design – Integrated Media
Graphic Design - Print
Computer Information Systems
Cybersecurity and Computer Networking
Computer Science Transfer
Design internship at Wayne Alarm Systems.
Questions? Technical Issues?
Dean of Strategic Partnerships