APPLES internships are unique, intense experiences in service for either the spring semester or summer break. Students intern at a variety of nonprofit and governmental agencies, receive funding ($1,200 for spring and $2,500 for summer) and three hours of academic course credit. APPLES interns are considered staff in their organizations and have a great deal of responsibility as well as professional growth opportunities. Interns also receive individualized academic instruction from a faculty member and hands-on experience that will help them grow as community leaders.
The interest meeting will be held from noon – 2 p.m. Jan. 31 in the APPLES office, Frank Porter Graham Student Union, suite 3514.
Read about Kelly Sousa’s service-learning internship experience in the Carolina Center for Public Service annual report.