Business Internships

MULTICULTURAL ADVERTISING INTERN PROGRAM
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION: JAMES E. WEBB INTERNSHIP FOR MINORITY GRADUATE STUDENTS IN BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION: FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
PGA TOUR MINORITY INTERN PROGRAM

MULTICULTURAL ADVERTISING INTERN PROGRAM 
Purpose: To provide racial minority students job experience in advertising agencies and to present them with an overview of the agency business
Eligibility: Eligible to apply is students from any racial minority group who have completed their junior year by the summer of application and who are interested in a career in marketing or advertising. College seniors will be considered only if they plan to attend graduate school. Graduate students are eligible if they are currently enrolled in school and have completed 50 percent of their studies.
Financial Data: Undergraduate student interns are paid $250 a week. Graduate student interns receive higher salaries. Half of the costs of transportation and housing are covered by the association.
Duration: 10 week during the summer.
Special Features: Interns may be assigned the following duties: accounts management, art direction, copyrighting, research, or media and television production. Some interns qualify for $2000 scholarships/fellowships as well.
Limitations: Interns are placed in advertising agencies located in New York, Chicago, Atlanta, Detroit, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
Number Awarded: Between 30 and 40 each year.
Deadline: January of each year.
Contact:
American Association of Advertising Agencies
666 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10017-4056
(212) 682-8391 
www.aaaa.org 

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SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION: JAMES E. WEBB INTERNSHIP FOR MINORITY GRADUATE STUDENTS IN BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Purpose: Annual program to promote excellence in the management on nonprofit organizations by placing interns in offices, museums, and research institutes throughout the Smithsonian Institution.
Field of Study: Business, Public Administration
Eligibility: U.S. minority graduate or undergraduate students in above-mentioned majors.
Award: $400/week for 10 weeks starting in June
Application: May be downloaded from website
Deadline: January 15
Contact:
Offices of Fellowships and Grants
Smithsonian Institution
750 9th Street, NW, Suite 9300
Washington D.C. 2056-0902
P: (202)275-0655
F: (202) 275-0489 
www.smithsonianofi.com/internship-opportunities

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SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION: FELLOWSHIP OPPORTUNITIES 
Purpose: These fellowships are intended to increase participation of minority groups who are underrepresented in the management of scientific and cultural organizations.
Eligibility: When they apply, applicants must be formally enrolled as an undergraduate with an academic standing as a senior or in a graduate program of study in business or public administration or have completed their degree within the past four months. Students are generally expected to have an overall GPA of 3.0 or its equivalent. The relevance of an internship at the Smithsonian to the student’s academic and overall career goals will be an important part of the evaluation of the applicant. Applicants should note that it is not possible for the Office of Fellowship to arrange an internship project of award a stipend to all qualified candidates.
Application: See website for application
Deadline: February 1 of each year
Office of Fellowships
Smithsonian Institution
750 9th Street NW Suite 9300
Washington, DC 20560-0902
(202) 275-0655
Fax: (202) 275-0489 
www.smithsonianofi.com/fellowship-opportunities/

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PGA TOUR MINORITY INTERN PROGRAM
Purpose: The objective of this program is to introduce the business side of golf to minority students. The PGA TOUR and other major golf industry organizations seek to identify prospects for future employment within the golf industry.
Eligibility:
• Applicants must be of African American, Asian American and Pacific Islander, Native American or Hispanic descent.
• A rising junior, rising or graduating senior or graduate student at an accredited four-year college or university.
Deadline: Varies, usually early to mid February
Contact:
PGA TOUR Diversity Internship Program
100 PGA TOUR Boulevard
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
1-800-556-5400 Ext. 3520 
www.pgatour.com

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