This funding award program is designed to assist full-time undergraduate students at Syracuse University who are participating in external internship opportunities during the summer term. Syracuse University established this award in order to cover the cost of credit for students when required by a company and/or to provide support for living expenses associated with summer internships.
Students are invited to apply for the 2023 Internship Funding Awards on Handshake. Please visit the Career Services website for additional information and instructions.
Completed applications including on Handshake and through the Qualtrics Survey, will be reviewed as they are submitted. Feedback on status can vary between 14-21 business days from submission.
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The Mark and Pearle Clements Internship Awards are intended to enable Syracuse University students to undertake unique internships that they have developed on their own initiative and that would not be possible to undertake without financial help. Clements interns will usually spend a summer away from the University, working under the guidance and supervision of an experienced professional who can help them explore opportunities that link theory with practice in their fields of career interest.
From Nov. 1, 2022 through Feb. 1, 2023, students are invited to apply for Mark and Pearle Clements Internship Awards on Handshake. Please visit the Career Services website for additional information and instructions.