The Ann S. Lucas Community Service Summer Internship Program is a program for college students concerned with community challenges, positive solutions, and the success of children. Three stipends of $16.00 per hour (up to $4,000) are available and will be awarded to students completing service at an agency serving under-served and under-represented children 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. To gain the most from summer placement experience, and in the spirit of service learning, both preparatory and reflection exercises are required of the 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 additional information.
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