Foundation / Corporation
Z. Smith Reynolds (ZSR) Foundation
02/17/20 12:00 PM Noon
Stipends to North Carolina full-time IHE students to participate in a summer internship. Funding is intended to expose interns to experiences in a variety of subject areas, including public policy, social media, research, fundraising, communications, and community outreach.
Details and workplans for each intern vary by organization; however, host organizations must provide the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation with a workplan that ensures a rewarding experience, substantive opportunities, and adequate supervision for their intern.
In addition to the internship, students will have the opportunity to connect with other interns in the program and participate in on-going professional development throughout the summer.
ZSR Staff coordinate the Non-Profit Internship Program, which entails overseeing candidate recruitment, confirming interns/site matches, authorize grant payments to host sites and organizing professional development opportunities for interns during the summer. ZSR Staff also oversee the fulfillment of the NPIP Program Agreement Form. Host organizations that meet eligibility requirements have purview over interviewing, matching with, supervising, and paying interns.
GrantWatch ID#: 185020
Up to 20 interns matched with up to 20 host organizations.
- Interns receive a taxable stipend of $3,200.
- Any additional compensation beyond the $3,200 stipend must be in accordance to agreement between the host organization and the intern and is the responsibility of the host organization.
NPIP is an eight-week long paid summer internship (beginning May 31st).
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
336-725-7541 ext. 114
Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation
102 W Third St. Suite 1110
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
USA: North Carolina
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