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EAGLE Intern Fellowship Program

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The EAGLE (Explore-Assess-Grow-Learn-Experience) Intern Fellowship Program is a selective opportunity that provides financial support to Boston College undergraduates who obtain internships with organizations that are not able to provide a salary.  By eliminating financial barriers, this program allows students to explore their career interests, gain new skills and experience the world of work.

Click here to see the 2015 receipents and the organizations with whom they completed their summer internships.



Applications for Summer 2016

  • Selected students will be eligible to receive a $3500 stipend dispersed in two installments during the summer.
  • Stipend will be awarded only to students who have received a formal internship offer for the period stated below.


The application for the 2016 EAGLE Intern Fellowship Program will open on December 2, 2015.  Please check back for the link and additional details.


  • Available to qualifying students working unpaid internships for Summer 2016, for a minimum of 200 total hours, for 8-12 weeks, June 1 – August 29, 2016.
  • Open to rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors (graduating in 2019, 2018, or 2017) in good academic standing.
  • Recipients will be actively enrolled undergraduate students at Boston College in both the spring semester before and fall semester after their internships (Students studying abroad are considered actively enrolled).
  • Students may only submit one internship offer for consideration for the stipend during the summer of 2016.
  • While some remote/online work is allowed, the majority of your hours must be spent on-site at the location indicated in your application.
  • To ensure this is a meaningful experience, the internship must include established learning goals and supervision from an organization’s staff member.
  • The internship must be unpaid and in compliance with the U.S. Department of Labor’s Fact Sheet #71: Internship Programs Under The Fair Labor Standards Act.

If you have questions about your eligibility, please e-mail Nicholas Paschvoss at or call 617-552-4767.

EAGLE Fellowship Program Outcomes:

  • Identify at least two ways in which the internship helped explore career interests
  • Apply skills and competencies gained through Boston College education in a professional setting
  • Cite examples of professionalism
  • Describe what the student likes or does not like about an organization’s culture