Internships

Current demographics for the 2015 Conrad Program Applicant Pool are as follows:

Dot 130 college students in the Applicant Pool (70% females; 30% males)
Dot 37 Freshmen
Dot 29 Sophomores
Dot 35 Juniors
Dot 21 Seniors
Dot   8 Graduate Students
Dot Average GPA:  3.03

Competition for a Conrad internship is intense. Each year, we receive roughly 400 applications for about one-third that many jobs.  The application period for 2015 internships is closed.  Applications for 2016 internships will begin in October 2015. To be eligible for consideration, students must:

Dot Be enrolled at a four-year college or university
Dot Maintain a grade point average of at least 2.50 (on a 4-point grading scale)
Dot Complete the extensive on-line application process and provide references
and required documentation
Dot Attend mandatory orientation
Dot PASS Selection Committee Interview
Dot PASS Employer Sponsor Interview and agree to participate in community service projects and other related events, if placed
Dot Submit to criminal background check, credit check, and/or drug tests, when required by employers

Before you begin the on-line application process, make certain that you have the following:

  • A professional text resume’ (Word format only)
  • The name, relationship, telephone number and email address of two (2) individuals who will provide references for you
  • The name, organization, telephone number and email address of the individual who will provide a reference related to a community service project that you have participated in within the past six months
  • Prepared a 250-word essay on “Why Is An Internship Important?”.  (Be sure to check for grammar and spelling.)

 

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