Students applying for the International Development Internship Program (IDIP) must submit completed applications and supporting materials by late April. Students must be of junior standing or beyond (in any major) and have a minimum of a 3.0 grade point average. In addition, three references, a university transcript, and a four hundred word statement of purpose essay explaining your interest in the field of international development and why you want to be a part of IDIP are required.
Specific scholarships for the IDIP program are available. Information on student financial assistance is available through Student Financial Services. Please note: Students are responsible for providing their own food, housing, and health insurance during the internship, as well as their own air transportation.
Additional resources may be available in the form of need-based scholarships and low interest loans. For further information, contact:
Student Financial Services
901 12th Avenue, PO Box 222000
Seattle WA 98122-1090
The International Development Internship Program is an Albers
program that is open to all juniors and seniors at Seattle University.
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