So the flyer announcing the 14 $3000 fellowships for unpaid volunteer or internship work toward the common good, has been slightly modified, see the attached. Fast summary: Students must find their own internship that contributes to the common good and the 230 hours they would need to complete, would be done subsequent to being accepted for the fellowship. The student could be majoring in any of our undergraduate programs and/or may not have decided on a major.
This is a terrific opportunity for someone who wants to explore nonprofit or making a contribution toward the common good, etc. Sites could be in the arts, in hospitals, in political and/or government settings, in nonprofits, in school/college settings etc. In the past, Katzen fellows have worked at a variety of sites including the ASPCA, God’s Love–We deliver, Social Assurity, March of Dimes, King’s County District Attorney’s Office, Global Potential, United Nations—various permanent missions, New York City Council, Aisecs and Girls Write Now—to name a few.
Students could conceivably work 35 hours a week in January and then back down to 14 hours a week when the new semester begins to bring the total number of hours to 230. Or they could commit to 14 to 35 hours a week to bring the total to 230. Applications are on our website: www.baruch.cuny.edu/careers or can be picked up at Starr Career Development Center, room 2-150. Deadline is November 7th.
Any questions please Email me at email@example.com And make the subject heading:
Wendy Heyman, PhD
Arts and Sciences Coordinator
Starr Career Development Center
1 Bernard Baruch Way
(24th Street, between Lexington & third)
New York City, New York 10010