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National Internships

While the Honors College staff usually does not handle internships, we’re eager to assist you in applying for any scholarships or fellowships that may be attached to an internship. Below you’ll find information about a number of internship programs that are available, many of which target specific areas of study or interests.

National Foundation Internships
Ball State Honors College students have particularly advantageous connections to the following national foundations for internships or scholarships:

  • The Washington Center places students in internships in Washington, D.C. Scholarships are available in selected areas of study and are also available for Honors College students. The Ball State contact is Barb Stedman.
  • The Fund for American Studies operates a large number of programs in Washington, D.C., and is a sponsor of the National Collegiate Honors Council's Honors Semesters and Honors Semesters Abroad. This foundation can provide some scholarship support for students on those programs, and it sponsors internships for undergraduates in Washington.

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National/International Internship Opportunities

Need Help?
Learn more about internships and find one that fits your needs with assistance from Ball State’s Career Center. For scholarship and fellowship assistance, contact Barb Stedman, director of national and international scholarships, in the Honors College.