Broaden your possibilities
The award-winning career program at Connecticut College was one of the first colleges in the country to offer internship funding to every eligible student. Now, that funding is even more flexible and can be used for a variety of career development opportunities at any point during your four-year experience.
First-year students who have completed the Career Preparation Course can apply for up to $500 for career-related activities, including workshops, job shadowing, professional conferences, unpaid internships and more.
Students who have completed the Career Preparation Course and Advanced Career Engagement activities are eligible for up to $3,000 in funding for unpaid or underpaid internship or research experiences in the summers after the sophomore and junior years.
Senior year grants
Seniors who have completed the four-year career program can apply for up to $500 for career-related experiences.
Your funding is ready whenever you are.