Sigma Tau Delta Co-sponsored Summer Internships
Sigma Tau Delta co-sponsors internships in partnership with Penguin Random House and Better World Books.
- Penguin Random House 2016 Summer Internship - applications due January 11, 2016
- Better World Books 2016 Summer Internship - applications due January 29, 2016
Washington DC Internship Opportunities
- Washington Internship Institute - Members are eligible for a $500 merit-based scholarship to attend the Washington Internship (WII) internship program through a partnership with WII and the Association of College Honor Societies (ACHS).
- The Washington Center Internship - Members are also eligible to apply for a $1,000 housing scholarship to attend The Washington Center (TWC) internship program through a partnership with TWC and the Association of College Honor Societies. TWC has designated three scholarships per year for Sigma Tau Delta members (both undergraduates and recent college graduates).
Sigma Tau Delta Summer Internship Stipend
Sigma Tau Delta offers funding for current undergraduate and graduate student members accepting non- or low-paying summer internships. The Summer Internship Stipend is a competitive program providing a limited number of stipends of up to $1,500 each.
The internship must involve working for an "organization" while being directed by a supervisor/mentor within that organization, and the internship’s duties must be consistent with the applicant’s level of education, area of study, and career goals. Financial need will be taken into consideration in addition to internship length. Applicants are responsible for obtaining and providing verification of the internship. More information about the stipend will be posted after January 4.
Search for Applicable Internships
Applicants are encouraged to utilize EnglishMatters, Sigma Tau Delta’s exclusive online network for students, alumni, and faculty members, to search for applicable internships. On the jobs page members may narrow job type to “internship” and then use the keyword and location features to identify openings in their desired field and destination around the world.