International Internships

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The Morelle Legg International Internship for Women
This scholarship is awarded every one to two years to a female junior major in the Department of Commerce and Business or the Department of Economics to allow her to obtain work experience in a foreign country during the summer following her junior year. The selection committee considers factors such as overall and major grade point average, completion of relevant business courses, and language skills in evaluating candidates. This is a merit-based scholarship funded by an anonymous donor.

During the summer of 2014, Priscilla Choi is interning in Barcelona, Spain.

 

The Theodore William Eckels International Business Internships
This scholarship is awarded annually to several outstanding sophomore or junior declared majors in the Department of Commerce and Business or the Department of Economics to allow the students to obtain work experience in a foreign country during the summer. The selection committee considers factors such as overall and major grade point average, completion of relevant business courses (international business track courses), and language skills in evaluating candidates. This is a merit-based scholarship named in honor of business leader Theodore Williams Eckels.

During the summer of 2014, Priscilla Choi and Chelsea Temple are interning in Barcelona, Spain. Katelyn Donaghey, Cierra Martin and Eliza Merlotti are interning in Dublin, Ireland. Andrew Mowrey is in Shanghai, China, Blake Piedrahita is in Chile, and Megan Richards is in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

 

The Wafsky Iskander International Internship
This scholarship is awarded every one to two years to an outstanding sophomore or junior declared major in the Department of Economics to allow the student to obtain work experience in a foreign country during the summer. The selection committee considers factors such as overall and major grade point average, completion of relevant business courses (international business track courses), and language skills in evaluating candidates. This is a merit-based scholarship named in honor of Economics Professor Wasfy Iskander who taught at Rhodes from 1969-2000.