College of Education Summer Internship Program
Are you planning to spend your summer in your hometown? Would you like the opportunity to give back to your community through a paid internship? Be a College of Education
About This Program
The NC State College of Education established the College of Education Summer Internship Program supported by gifts in memory of Chantal Warfield to the College of Education Excellence Fund. Warfield was a May 2019 graduate of the college.
Undergraduate students within the college part of the program will receive financial support to serve as interns at organizations that support education in high needs communities.
- A competitive, five-week summer internship program that pays $20 per hour
- Serve as an intern in an organization of your choice that supports education in high needs communities (i.e.schools, community centers or educational nonprofits)
- Work in a high needs community anywhere in North Carolina, preferably in your home county, with preference for applicants who will serve in rural areas
- For undergraduate students within the NC State College of Education
About Chantal Warfield
Because of Chantal’s commitment to address the inequities that disproportionately impact low-income, first generation and underrepresented student populations, this program will place students in rural and high needs communities to continue honoring her commitment.
Anona Smith Williams
Associate Dean for Student Success and Strategic Community Engagement, NC State College of Education