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University–Purdue University Fort Wayne (IPFW) students are being sought for the Interns for Indiana (IFI) program. IFI, which is funded through the Lilly Endowment, is one tool being used by Purdue University and its regional campuses to keep Hoosier college graduates in Indiana after they graduate.

IPFW’s Office of Academic Internships, Cooperative Education, and Service Learning (OACS) believes placing high quality student interns with start-up companies can accelerate company growth and at the same time provide students with valuable educational experiences.

IPFW Students will:

• Work 400 hours with their internship company

• Receive a $4,500 stipend that is given to them by the university, instead of an hourly wage

• Be full-time undergraduates enrolled in a degree-seeking program

• Have a minimum 2.8 GPA

• Be at least a first semester junior at the time the internship would begin Graduates or graduate students are not eligible

Companies must:

• Be a start-up

• Be an entrepreneurship

• Be categorized as high tech, life sciences, or advanced manufacturing

• Not give the interns additional money

• Provide a $2,000 membership fee to help cover a portion of thestudent stipend

For more information, contact Debra Barrick, director of OACS, at 260-481-5471 or barrickd@ipfw.edu, or go to

http://discoverypark.itap.purdue.edu/learningcenter/ifi.

 

 


 

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