Did you know that 1 in 5 managers hired someone specifically because of their community service experience? Employers are looking for skills like problem solving, creativity, and critical thinking that can only be gained with hands on, real world experience. For Bonner students that are giving back to their community there is no better opportunity than the Institute on Philanthropy and Voluntary Service.
IPVS has been training undergraduate students to be leaders in their community for 15 years through this fast-paced eight week academic internship program, and is now accepting applications for 2014.
Experience matters, and with IPVS, students will be equipped with the practical, philosophical, and ethical tools needed for leadership in the nonprofit sector.
Apply by the early deadline of December 9th to receive a 5% tuition discount. Bonner students receive priority scholarship funding
Institute on Philanthropy and Voluntary Service
June 8 – August 1, 2014
Summer of Service Program Components
· Internships- Competitive placements with local and national nonprofit organizations
· Classes- Up to 9 transferrable, accredited courses in ethics and government from George Mason University
· Housing- Roommate matching & furnished apartments on George Washington University’s downtown campus
· Scholarships- More than 70% of students receive generous awards based on merit and financial need
· Leadership & Professional Development- Mentoring and career building activities including seminars, site briefings, and guest lectures
· Community Involvement- Hands on service projects, fundraising activities and visits to local nonprofit facilities
If you are ready to make a difference this summer, then please visit www.DCinternships.org/IPVSto learn more and start an application! If you have questions please contact IPVS Manager, Kristen Wright by email at IPVS@tfas.org or by phone at 202.986.0384.