The Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley invites you to consider the BASE Summer Program (Business for Arts, Sciences and Engineering). BASE is a six-week business boot camp that enables non-business majors to take business courses while earning nine semester units of academic credit.
Some former BASE students have gone on to earn MBA degrees, while others have accepted jobs in marketing, product development, consulting, and financial services.
The ideal participant of the BASE Program is an undergraduate student who has already gained a solid foundation in liberal arts, sciences or engineering. BASE is the ONLY premier business summer program or institute where students can earn units.
We encourage you to apply as soon as possible given the popularity of the Program in the past 16 years.
There is no application fee. To download the application or for more information please visit our website at http://www.haas.berkeley.edu/Undergrad/BASE/ or connect with us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/baseprogram by liking our page.
Admission Timeline for BASE 2014
Application available: November 1, 2013
Last day to apply: March 31, 2014
Instruction begins: July 7, 2014
Instruction ends: August 15, 2014
Want to get paid to raise abalone, track fish, or test ROVs?
Then apply for a COAST Summer Student Internship today!
CSU COAST is offering 12 paid internships for continuing CSU undergraduate and graduate students for Summer 2014. Interns will be placed with one of several host institutions where they will work side-by-side with professional scientists on current research projects. This is an excellent opportunity for CSU students to gain valuable experience and technical skills while working with experts in fisheries, marine ecology, eco-toxicology and marine technology!
Host institutions include the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (DFW), Marine Applied Research & Exploration (MARE), National Marine Sanctuaries (NMS), and Pacific Coast Environmental Conservancy (PCEC).
See www.calstate.edu/coast/funding/internships/student_Intern_2014_rfa.shtml for complete details and the application form. The application deadline is Monday March 17 2014 5:00 p.m. Pacific time. All materials must be submitted by this deadline.
Questions? Contact Beth Pardieck (firstname.lastname@example.org), COAST Coordinator.
DBIA-WPR is requesting students to submit an application for the Design Build Institute of America’s (DBIA) Western Pacific Region 2014 Scholarship!
DBIA Western Pacific Region will offer 10 scholarships ($4,000 each) to qualified students pursuing a design or construction related degree at selected universities in the western US. Eligible students are invited to download the application and submit by April 14, 2014. The Selection Committee will award scholarships to the most qualified students. Recipients will be selected on May 5th, 2014. Winners will be recognized at DBIA’s Annual Award Banquet on May 22nd, 2014.
2014 Application is now available.
Applications must be submitted by April 14, 2014. Application/submission must be submitted in one pdf file as described in the application terms and conditions.
Visit http://www.dbiawpr.org/news-events/news/designbuild-college-scholarship-program/ for flyer and application.
The purpose of the President's Student Scholarship for Conference Presentations is to support undergraduate and graduate students who participate in research and encourage presentation of research results at regional and national conferences. The work to be presented must have been completed while the student was a Cal Poly Pomona student (including summer programs at Cal Poly Pomona and other institutions). Scholarships are limited to the range of $100 - $1,000 per student. Conference travel must take place between September 26, 2013 and September 25, 2014. Students are eligible for one scholarship per academic year. Modest funding for Cal Poly Pomona faculty mentors to accompany the student presenters is also available. The funding for faculty is limited to conference registration fees.
KUSP provides student scholarships of up to $1,000 to support mentored research or creative activities in a student’s chosen field. The goal is to support undergraduate research engagement of underrepresented students, and to encourage persistence to degree, and pursuit of graduate education. KUSP is open to all first-generation college students, economically disadvantaged students, and returning military veterans. A minimum Cal Poly Pomona GPA of 2.7 is required.