Indiana Pathways Internships

All current spring semester students, whether on-campus or abroad, who will be continuing at Earlham in the fall semester, on-campus or abroad, are eligible and encouraged to apply for Indiana Pathways summer internships. Therefore, if you are a graduating senior you are ineligible to apply.

DEADLINE PASSED:

DeveloperTown - Development Intern

Indianapolis, IN

 

Richmond Baking Company - Human Resources Intern

Richmond, IN

 

Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA) - Communication & External Relation Intern

Lafayette, IN

 

Subaru of Indiana Automotive (SIA) - Environmental/Air Specialist Intern

Lafayette, IN

 

City of Richmond, Department of Metropolitan Development - Metropolitan Development Intern

Richmond, IN

 

Children's Museum of Indianapolis - Development Operations Intern 

Indianapolis, IN

 

Children's Museum of Indianapolis - Family Programs Intern

Indianapolis, IN

 

Children's Museum of Indianapolis - Marketing Intern

Indianapolis, IN

 

Children's Museum of Indianapolis - School Services Intern

Indianapolis, IN

 

Children's Museum of Indianapolis - Volunteer Services Intern

Indianapolis, IN

 

The Nature Conservancy - Outreach Intern

Indianapolis, IN

 

Paul and Carole Stark Neurosciences Research Institute at IU's School of Medicine - Neurosciences Research Intern

Indianapolis, IN

 

James Whitcomb Riley Hospital for Children - Herman B. Wells Center for Pediatric Research Intern

Indianapolis, IN

 

Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI - Public Health Research and Practice Assistant

Indianapolis, IN

 

International Center of Indiana - Programs & Services Summer Intern

Indianapolis, IN

 

Indianapolis Museum of Art - Conservation Science Intern

Indianapolis, IN

 

Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art - Public Programs and Visitor Experience Intern

Indianapolis, IN

 

Belden, Inc. - Research & Development Intern

Richmond, IN

 

Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) - Community Development Intern 

Indianapolis, IN

 

Indiana High School Athletic Association (IHSAA) - Summer Intern

Indianapolis, IN

 

Indiana Department of Natural Resources, Division of Nature Preserves - Site Conservation Planning Intern

Indianapolis, IN

 

Conner Prairie Interactive History Park - Museum Theatre Interpretation Intern

Fishers, IN

 

Conner Prairie Interactive History Park - Event Planning Intern

Fishers, IN

 

Indianapolis Museum of Art - Natural Resources Intern

Indianapolis, IN

 

Patriot Engineering and Environmental - Environmental Intern

Indianapolis, IN

To Apply:

Submit an application through Symplicity. This can be accessed through theheart. A link to each posting in Symplicity is also on each job description.

Before you will be able to see the "Apply" button in Symplicity, you will need to have a resume uploaded. Please upload a relevant resume in the tab called "Documents." Then, you can continue with your application on the job description page.

You will be asked to upload a cover letter, resume, transcript, and application document for each internship. Your cover letter should describe, in 1-2 pages:

  • Why you want to work for this organization
  • What you hope to learn or do in this position
  • Your educational and career goals
  • Any relevant experience you have

The application document is attached to each job description in Symplicity. You will need to download it, fill it out, save it, and upload it along with your resume, transcript, and cover letter.

 

Application deadline: November 16th

Please contact Alexandra Pflug with any questions.

Note to Bonner Scholars: You may only accept an Indiana Pathways Fellowship internship opportunity if you do not plan on counting this summer as a summer of service. Please include in your cover letter that you are a Bonner Scholar and that you plan on fulfilling your summers of service in other years. If you have any questions about this policy, please contact Adetokunbo Adeshile or Jana Schroeder.

Should I submit a hard copy of my application?

  • No, please submit your application via the online application in Symplicity (link found in each job description on CIL website).

Do I need to write a different cover letter for each organization?

  • Yes, we highly recommend that you tailor each cover letter according to the specific position for which you are applying.

To whom should cover letters be addressed?

  • You may address your cover letters to Alexandra Pflug.

How are interns selected?

  • A selection team will review the applications and select the top candidates to forward on to the organization. Applications will be judged by the quality of the mechanics and content of the cover letter and resume, as well as faculty recommendations and overall match between the organization's needs and the student's interests. The organization will then conduct interviews and make an offer to the student of their choice.

May I list a previous employer as a reference?

  • Please list Earlham teaching faculty who are familiar with your work and academic performance.

Will my references need to provide a letter of recommendation?

  • You will need to provide us with the name, Earlham email, and phone number of each reference. They will not need to write letters of recommendation, but should expect to receive a request from the Center of Integrated Learning to answer brief questions about you and your application.

Will housing be provided with the internships?

  • For Indianapolis-area internships, Earlham College will subsidize housing at IUPUI campus residence halls (furnished apartments) through a grant. If selected interns would like to live at IUPUI for the summer, they will pay a subsidized rate of $500/month, to be removed from his/her paycheck as appropriate.
  • For Wayne County internships, interns will be responsible for securing housing and transportation.

Will transportation be provided to the internship?

  • The Center for Integrated Learning may be able to facilitate finding a transportation solution, but you are ultimately responsible for having transportation to your job site. 

Should I contact the organization if I have additional questions?

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