SECTION A: General Information
Include the following information in your application:
- Project title
- Student name
- Address, including city, state, and zip
- E-mail address
- Daytime phone
- Social Security Number
- Class Rank (FR / SO / JR / SR)
- Anticipated graduation date
- Work study? Research required?
- Faculty mentor / department
- Type of project (creative project, honors thesis, other)
- How did you hear about this program (if from a professor other than your mentor); include name and department
- Have you previously been awarded a SMART Award? If yes, give the title of the project, faculty mentor, semester/year project began
SECTION B: Abstract
- Using non-technical language, briefly explain what you wish to accomplish and how the SMART Program can help
SECTION C: Budget
- What do you estimate your costs to be for this internship? Do you have any other funding available to you for this internship? Include a breakdown of the costs and a budget justification.
SECTION D: Proposal (1-3 pages, explaining as fully as possible)
- Description of planned activities
- Explanation of preparation necessary to undertake internship
- Benefit of this project to yourself and/or others
SECTION E: Attachments
- Attach a copy of your letter of acceptance to the program
- Attach a copy of the Internship Program guidelines (or URL to access)
- There is no deadline for these proposals
- The application, and supporting documents, must be submitted electronically to Erika Zynda (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- The mentor's letter must also be sent by e-mail to the same address
- Include a brief bibliography you have begun or intend to follow.
- There is no deadline for proposals
- The proposal is submitted electronically to Erika Zynda (email@example.com).
- Your mentor's letter will be sent by e-mail to the same address