College of Education Sitemap
Skip to Main Content

Ann Graham Public Education policy internship scholarship

Recipients shall be admitted students in the College of Education elementary education program at the junior or senior level with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA. The successful candidate will also be a good standing member of the student MEA-NEA organization. The recipient will be required to work 6-8 hours per week, on average, on site at MEA Government Affairs in East Lansing, Michigan during the regular university academic year of internship. Off-site time and travel may also be required for various legislative events, political events, and conferences within Michigan. Internship hours will be determined by the academic needs of the intern, his/her schedule, university/college schedule, and the needs of MEA Government Affairs. The recipient will be required to compose a written report upon completion of the internship outlining tasks accomplished, skills acquired, and knowledge learned. Recipients are normally selected during the Spring semester, with awards to be effective the following Fall semester.

Learn more about the Ann Graham Public Education Endowment