It’s not a recent phenomenon for UIS to be offering more and more opportunities to study abroad. In 2005, the Global Experience Program signed new student exchange agreements with universities in Mexico, Japan, and Australia. Related links: Most recent information about Study Abroad
With UIS’s international student population growing, the local newspaper featured our students. Since that article was published, the number of international students has continued to grow. It’s nice for these students to get local recognition.
The UIS Career Development Center actively helps students and prospective students find an internship to enhance their college experience. Here are six keys to getting the internship you want and other information about internships at UIS.
Looking for a scholarship for a special purpose? Here is a list of scholarships for students of diverse backgrounds. And here are more scholarship links from a variety of sources.
In the very competitive Great Lakes Valley Conference, UIS needs more athletic scholarships to recruit more student-athletes to be more competitive in more sports. AD Kim Pate has a vision of making the UIS teams the pride of Springfield. So the Stars Club exists as a Booster Club and already has generated significant community support…. Read More »
Larry Golden, founder of the Illinois Innocence Project, has been honored with the Dr. Larry Golden Illinois Innocence Project Fund. Gifts to this fund will help to create scholarships for students working on the project and help with expenses. Related links: Illinois Innocence Project (formerly the Downstate Innocence Project)
Some of the best interns in the Illinois Legislative Staff Internship Program (ILSIP) are elected every two years into the Samuel K. Gove Hall of Fame. They are honored for having great careers in public service. The last five were inducted in 2011, and more will be inducted this fall. A plaque hangs in the… Read More »
With a growing population of Latino students, UIS has a lot of activities for Hispanic Heritage Month. The Organization of Latin American Students has become more and more active in recent years and has developed connections to the community Related links: List of events for Hispanic Heritage Month
The “Foot in the Door” Career Fair has transitioned from a part-time job fair to a major career fair. More than 100 recruiters will be at the career fair Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013. Students will be able to connect with employers about full-time positions, part-time jobs, internships, and volunteer opportunities. Alumni are also welcome.
It’s the time of year when students are exploring internship opportunities and organizations are looking for interns. Here’s the place to start looking. If you’re a business and organization, the best starting place is the Applied Study Term Program Office – contact that office and say what you’re looking for.