Boston University’s Yawkey Nonprofit Internship Program provides a living allowance stipend to support participation in unpaid internships at nonprofit organizations.
Today is the final day of what’s proven to be an unforgettable experience for three recent Boston University grads. Jared Kleiman, Pratik Desai, and Abhishek Seth have spent the last 12 weeks interning at the White House. Each had to beat out hundreds of candidates to participate in the fiercely competitive White House Internship Program.
Boston University student Matthew Whitney spent last fall in BU’s Dublin Internship Program, where students study in the classroom half the semester and are placed in internships the second half. Whitney’s internship was in physical therapy with the Irish Wheelchair Association (IWA), which placed him at a gym, where he worked directly with patients—a rare opportunity for an undergrad.