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The Hodson Trust Internship Program, made possible through a generous grant from the Hodson Trust, provides funding for summer internships for undergraduate students. Students can apply for funding for otherwise unfunded internships, or design their own projects, working directly with mentors in their field.
This program gives students an opportunity to acquire professional experience during their college years. Students can expand the range of their skills, explore their talents, and learn about the realities of fields in which they think they might like to work.
The Career Services Office assists students throughout the process of finding and applying for internships, whether or not they plan to compete for Hodson funding.
If you are interested in learning more about the Hodson Trust Internship, contact Kathleen Cady in the Career Services Office.
Students interested in applying for the 2020 Hodson Trust Internship Program should download and carefully read the following documents:
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Read our Complete History through 2019. This document allows you to see internships students have done in the past. The information is organized by discipline and includes the year the internship occurred, the student name and class year, the internship organization along with a brief description, and the internship location (city and state).
Read more about past Hodson internships Johnnies have undertaken.
See what this year's Hodson Interns were up to this summer.
Anne Freeman (A20) completed an internship at David M. Schwarz Architects in the summer of 2018.
Heather Boning (A18) worked at the Maryland State Archives as part of a summer internship funded by the Hodson Trust.
When Catherine Baldwin interned at the NASA History Program Office as part of the Hodson program, it provided her with a connection to the hit movie “Hidden Figures.”
Dahye Kim (A19) completed a Hodson Internship this summer at an art institution in South Korea.