International students who are considering applying for a Whitman Internship Grant MUST contact Kyle Martz at martzkj@whitman.edu. For help with your application, make an appointment via Handshake with Assistant Director for Internship Programs Victoria Wolff

  • Internship must be in the US.
  • Internship must be unpaid (no wages; a travel, housing and/or food stipend is acceptable.)
  • Internship must last the majority of the summer.
  • The grant pays $3000 minus taxes
  • There is an optional budget statement available for travel and housing expenses.
  • Internship must be in a country besides the US.
  • Internship must be unpaid (no wages; a travel, housing and/or food stipend is acceptable.)
  • Internship must last the majority of the summer.
  • The grant pays $5000 minus taxes
  • You must have been offered the internship before applying for the grant.
  • Proposed internship must relate to your major field of study.
  • Your supervisor must read your entire application and sign the contract.
  • You must write a mid-summer blog post with an on-site photo, fill out the final survey, and attend an autumn reflection dinner.
  • Students awarded grants must attend 1-2 mandatory workshops before the end of the school year.
  • Grants are only available to returning students.

For guidance about the timeline of the application process, please use this handout.  

The 2018 Summer US Whitman Internship Grant application is due on Friday, February 2

The 2018 Summer International Whitman Internship Grant application is also due on Friday, February 2.  

Note that these deadlines are earlier than those of domestic students.