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Have you landed an internship in Washington, D.C. for summer 2017? Wondering where you will live and how you will afford it? The Betsy Dotson Experiential Learning Fund, established in 2000, exists to offer financial support to students who have obtained an experiential learning opportunity in Washington, D.C. Scholarships are available to support educational activities and will be awarded based on the quality of experience, need of participant, and overall cost of activity. Funds may support internships, independent research, curricular and co-curricular learning, and significant conference experiences. Full-time Allegheny students needing financial assistance for internships in Washington D.C. are eligible to apply for funding. Priority is given to the following criteria: female political science majors, or male or female social science majors, or any student expressing need interning in D.C
Interested students must meet with one of the Career Education counselors in the Gateway to review the stipulations of coverage. The counselor will outline what funds will and will not cover. Phone 814-332-2381 to schedule a time to meet with a counselor or come to our Quick Questions office hours every Monday through Thursday between 2 and 4 p.m.