Ken and Lynn Hall Network for Innovation in Public Policy Internship and Scholarship
The University of Redlands is pleased to announce the 2021 Ken and Lynn Hall Network for Innovation in Public Policy Internship! The purpose of the Hall Network is to support the scholarship and teaching of social issues relevant to public policy.
Each year, the Hall Network Policy Internship program will assist University of Redlands students in identifying beneficial internship opportunities at the local, state, national, and international level. Some of the services offered include:
Internship award help to defray the costs associated with accepting an internship, Hall Network Interns will be awarded up to $4,000 to partially offset expenses for transportation, housing, food, and other expenses incurred during the internship.
Prior to applying, you are encouraged to have your resume reviewed by a counselor in the University of Redlands Office of Professional Development. The most effective way to review your materials is by scheduling an appointment online at www.redlands.edu/professional-development. A counselor will guide you through document development and improvement strategies that will help you market yourself effectively. When making your appointment in the scheduling system, please note in the “Your Message” section that you are using these documents to apply for the Hall Network Internship. Assistance is only provided through office or phone appointments. Lastly, it is encouraged that you take great care in preparing your resume as proper grammar, spelling and organization will be taken into account.