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  • Mansel A. Nelson
    ... FYI American University s Washington Internships for Native Students The WINS Program is a unique experience for American Indian and Alaskan Native
    Message 1 of 1 , May 29, 2005
      ----- Forwarded by Margaret M Hiza/GD/USGS/DOI on 05/20/2005 11:20 AM -----


      FYI


      American University's Washington Internships for Native Students

      The WINS Program is a unique experience for American Indian and
      Alaskan Native Students to work and study in Washington DC for the
      semester or the summer. Students work 35- 40 hours a week in a
      Federal Agency which sponsors American Indian and Alaska Native
      students from across the country in a Washington DC program of
      internship and study. Students (also called WINS interns) take three
      courses in the fall or spring term, earning 12 credit hours or 2
      courses in the summer earning 6 credit hours.

      Through the WINS sponsorship program interns receive:
      · Transportation to and from DC,
      · Subway passes,
      · Tuition & books
      · Stipend for incidentals,
      · Housing at American University's Tenley Campus dormitories
      · Meal plan
      · Social and cultural activities and field trips.

      You are eligible if you are currently enrolled in an academic
      program, will have 60 credits earned by program start date and
      maintain at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA. For more information and
      eligibility requirements or to complete an application please visit
      our website at www.american.edu/wins or call us at 1-800-853-3076

      Applications for fall 2005 are due June 3, 2005
      Applications for the spring 2006 semester are due October 7, 2005.
      Early Applications for summer 2006 at FBI, Department of Defense or
      State due November 4, 2005, all other summer internship applications
      are due February 3, 2006.









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