Ken and Lynn Hall Network for Innovation in Public Policy Internship and Scholarship- Trustee Ken Hall ’60 and his wife, Lynn Hall, launched the Hall Network for Innovation in Public Policy with the goal of expanding students’ range of understanding in public policy, regardless of their major. The Network stimulates interest and engagement in public policy with a trifecta of programming: an ongoing speaker series, student internships, and scholarly seed grants. Each summer, the Hall Network Policy Internship program will assist University of Redlands students in identifying beneficial internship opportunities at the local, state, national, and international level. To help with the costs associated with accepting an internship, Hall Network Interns will be awarded up to $4,500 to partially offset expenses for transportation, housing, food, and other expenses incurred during the internship.
Prior to applying, you are encouraged to have your resume reviewed in the University of Redlands Office of Career and Professional Development. The most effective way to review your materials is by scheduling an appointment online.
Hanson Summer Service Scholarship- Through a generous gift from Dan and Durene Hanson, we are able to fund proposals for overseas summer service in the developing world. These awards are available for first-year, sophomore, or junior CAS students, regardless of your major or Johnston program emphasis. The scholarships are to be used during the summer months before the next academic year at the University of Redlands. Complete applications are due November 1st. For more information, contact Jack Osborn.
The Ann S. Lucas Community Service Summer Internship Program encourages students in higher education to pursue outreach work in urban areas during summer months. Three stipends of $13.00 per hour (up to $3,500) are available and will be awarded to students completing service at an agency serving under-served and under-represented children within any urban area in the United States.
Internships will engage students in meaningful outreach allowing them to move beyond previous knowledge and experience yet requiring accountability. Students are encouraged to work in hands-on supervisory, managerial, tutorial, or administrative positions within non-profit agencies serving towns or inner-city populations. To gain the most from summer placement experience, and in the spirit of service learning, both preparatory and reflection exercises are required of Lucas summer intern.
The Ann S. Lucas Community Service Summer Intern must complete an application form and reference process. All completed applications will be reviewed at the end of March of each year. If you would like to meet with the director of Community Service Learning to discuss possibilities, please contact (909) 748-8288 for an appointment and application materials.
Plan to Study Away? Be sure to refer to the Financing your Study Away Experience tab on the CAS Study Away site.