College of Education students serving in underserved areas.

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
Summer Intern.

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.

In its first year, two undergraduate students within the college will receive financial support to serve as interns at organizations that support education in high needs communities.

Apply by March 2

  • A competitive, eight-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
Chantal Warfield

About Chantal Warfield

Chantal loved reading from an early age and was always willing to lend a helping hand. While a student at NC State, she was deeply engaged in the College of Education and broader campus community. After graduating in May 2019, she became a college advisor at Pender High School in Burgaw as part of the university’s College Advising Corps. After spending two years as a college advisor, she planned to earn her master’s in library science.

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Support the Interns

The NC State College of Education was able to establish the College of Education Summer Internship Program supported by gifts in memory of Chantal Warfield to the college’s Excellence Fund. Help us continue the program and extend Chantal’s legacy. Any memorial contributions made through this link will go toward the program.

“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