Honors Ambassadors Coffee & Cookies

Beginning tomorrow–Tuesday, 9/28–come and join our honors ambassadors for informal honors and research conversations. On Tuesdays and Wednesdays (alternating every other week), hear from current students about their honors experience and learn how you can get connected to more Tippie resources. Coffee and cookies will be provided at each session! We hope to see you in C106 PBB.

Hawkeye Internship Grant for Summer 2021

If you want to defray the costs of completing an internship at a non-profit or in government this upcoming summer, don’t forget to apply for the Hawkeye Internship Grant. The deadline is approaching this Wednesday, April 14th.

Student Eligibility

  • Student must be a full-time, degree seeking undergraduate student at the UI for at least one semester prior to the experience and enrolled for the semester following the experience**
  • Student must have completed at least 75 credits before the start of the internship experience
  • Must have a UI GPA of 2.0 or above
  • Student must be in good academic and judicial standing (UI code of student life)
  • No outstanding tuition or fees

**Exceptions will be made for students participating in a required experience for graduation that has time restrictions (ex. Social Work practicums).

Internship Eligibility Requirements

  • Internship is unpaid or paid below minimum wage
  • Internship is located in the United States
  • Internship is at a non-profit or in government
  • 20-40 hours of work per week for 8-12 weeks
  • Supervised by a professional in the field
  • Internships via programs (ex. The Washington Center) are not eligible

Questions?  Contact Jennifer Noyce, Associate Director of Experiential Education, jennifer-noyce@uiowa.edu.

Hawkeye Internship Grant for Summer 2021

If you want to defray the costs of completing an internship at a non-profit or in government this upcoming summer, don’t forget to apply for the Hawkeye Internship Grant. The deadline is approaching on April 14th.

Student Eligibility

  • Student must be a full-time, degree seeking undergraduate student at the UI for at least one semester prior to the experience and enrolled for the semester following the experience**
  • Student must have completed at least 75 credits before the start of the internship experience
  • Must have a UI GPA of 2.0 or above
  • Student must be in good academic and judicial standing (UI code of student life)
  • No outstanding tuition or fees

**Exceptions will be made for students participating in a required experience for graduation that has time restrictions (ex. Social Work practicums).

Internship Eligibility Requirements

  • Internship is unpaid or paid below minimum wage
  • Internship is located in the United States
  • Internship is at a non-profit or in government
  • 20-40 hours of work per week for 8-12 weeks
  • Supervised by a professional in the field
  • Internships via programs (ex. The Washington Center) are not eligible

Questions?  Contact Jennifer Noyce, Associate Director of Experiential Education, jennifer-noyce@uiowa.edu.

International Business Internship Opportunities

Job Description – International Business Internship US Commercial Service

The Institute for International Business, in partnership with the US Commercial Service’s Des Moines office, is pleased to announce an exciting international business internship opportunity. The US Commercial Service Iowa provides support services to Iowa companies as they aim to export their products and services internationally. Internship details can be found in the attached job description.

The selected intern will be eligible for a $2,300 award dispersed to your Ubill in two installments of $1,150. Awards will be dispersed upon satisfactory mid-term and final performance reviews.

To apply: Please send your resume and cover letter to kelly-bedeian@uiowa.edu. All resumes and cover letters will be screened to ensure they meet the minimum requirements before being forwarded to the Commercial Services office.

Note: You will want to address your cover letter to Catherine Muth, the contact indicated in the listing above.

Two additional summer opportunities can be found here:

Frontier Marketing Internship

CIVCO PLM Internship

LinkedIn Learning March Challenge: Celebrating Women

Did you know you receive free access to LinkedIn Learning as a UI student? LinkedIn Learning is an online training library that provides access to thousands of online courses on productivity, web design, graphic design, photography, programming, coding, and more. All you have to do to get started is log in with your HawkID!

March 8th is International Women’s Day, a global celebration of the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women. In some countries, the entire month of March is declared Women’s History Month to highlight the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society.

This month, to honor women inside and outside of the workplace, LinkedIn Learning has launched a March Challenge, kicking off March 9th. Through short videos throughout the month, you’ll explore gender bias, its impact, and how to support & empower women at work.

Challenge yourself to participate every day –each one takes ~5 minutes or less. To keep yourself on track, try keeping a journal or print the calendar and initial each day when you’ve completed it.

Happy learning!

Hawkeye Internship Grant for Summer 2021

If you want to defray the costs of completing an internship at a non-profit or in government this upcoming summer, don’t forget to apply for the Hawkeye Internship Grant. The deadline is approaching on April 14th.

Student Eligibility

  • Student must be a full-time, degree seeking undergraduate student at the UI for at least one semester prior to the experience and enrolled for the semester following the experience**
  • Student must have completed at least 75 credits before the start of the internship experience
  • Must have a UI GPA of 2.0 or above
  • Student must be in good academic and judicial standing (UI code of student life)
  • No outstanding tuition or fees

**Exceptions will be made for students participating in a required experience for graduation that has time restrictions (ex. Social Work practicums).

Internship Eligibility Requirements

  • Internship is unpaid or paid below minimum wage
  • Internship is located in the United States
  • Internship is at a non-profit or in government
  • 20-40 hours of work per week for 8-12 weeks
  • Supervised by a professional in the field
  • Internships via programs (ex. The Washington Center) are not eligible

Questions?  Contact Jennifer Noyce, Associate Director of Experiential Education, jennifer-noyce@uiowa.edu.

Remote RISE

As we all continue to adjust during the pandemic, completing experiences remotely is still a great option in satisfying your Tippie RISE requirement. Visit our remote RISE page to find out more about completing research, internships, study abroad, and/or experiential courses…all virtually! Contact your advisor or nicholas-kavanaugh@uiowa.edu with any questions.

Support for your internship search

While in-person internships are still allowed during the pandemic, virtual internships are encouraged. The Pomerantz Career Center has put together some great resources to help you adjust to searching for and completing a virtual internship.

Olivia, a current UI senior, shares her experiences of searching, benefits, and overcoming challenges of a virtual internship.

For more career focused videos, check out the career center’s Content Library. If you have any questions on receiving credit for your internship and satisfying RISE, contact your advisor or Nicholas Kavanaugh.