Central Penn College Education Foundation scholarship deadline is Aug. 7
By Paul Miller
Knightly News Co-Adviser
The Knightly News Podcast has released Episode #31, where we welcome Internship Coordinator Kristin Fike to talk about the upcoming Internship Fair and Associate Director of the Education Foundation Sandra Box to discuss their scholarship essay contest.
In our first segment with Fike, we discuss the importance of taking an internship (paid or unpaid), tips for success at the event, and some of the companies that will be represented.
Fike went on to discuss how to approach the internship process, “Even when you have a guest speaker in class or go on a field trip, you should always have your internship in mind.”
The Internship Fair will take place on July 25 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Conference Center at Central Penn College and is free to all Central Penn students.
Registration is required and can be made by following the link: http://www.centralpenn.edu/about-central-penn/news-events-community/internship-fair/
Further questions can be relayed to Kristin Fike at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Episode #31 of the podcast also welcomes a new guest as Sandra Box, associate director of the Central Penn College Education Foundation, joins the show.
Also, the podcast is joined by former scholarship award-winner and Knightly News Vice President Yuliani Sutedjo.
The Education Foundation offers essay contests twice a year, in the summer and winter terms, and hopes to receive insight on students willingness to give back to the school and to the community, as well as things they are involved in on-campus.
These scholarships are open to all current Central Penn College students who:
- Possess a 2.0 GPA
- Have completed a FAFSA
- Are a positive role model at Central Penn College
- Are enrolled in a degree-seeking program
Sutedjo offers many pieces of advice, as she has won several of the awards during her time with the school, including engaging in the writing process and asking for assistance from the Learning Center.
You can find out more about what the Central Penn College Education Foundation does at their website: http://www.centralpenn.edu/alumni-friends/education-foundation/
To apply for the scholarships: http://foundation.centralpenn.edu