Campus News

Career Center Awards Students Summer Funding

May 26, 2016

Communications Staff

The Oberlin College Career Center has awarded approximately $270,000 to more than 70 students to help offset their expenses for career-related experiences this summer. The students will receive anywhere from $1,000 to $5,000 each to support their work in internships, community service, and other pre-professional activities. The funding is made possible through the generosity of alumni donors and foundation funds.

More information about these funds can be found on the career center website. Information about how select students plan to use their funds can be found on this web page.

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