Join us on Monday, October 16, from 5-6 p.m. in the Jardine Room for a panel presentation by past Shepherd Interns who served in Atlanta, Georgia; Washington, D.C.; Richmond, Virginia; and Savannah, Georgia. The eight-week poverty studies summer internship program places students with non-profit and government funded agencies in a variety of human service sectors throughout the United States.
Students receive a $1,400 stipend and summer housing, food costs and travel expenses are covered. Applications for the summer 2018 Shepherd Internship Program are now open and due by November 5, 2017. Sophomores and juniors of all majors are eligible to apply.Visit http://sites.jcu.edu/shepherd for more information.