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Eagle Intern Fellowship

Removing Financial Barriers to Success

The Eagle Intern Fellowship 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.

Applications for Summer 2019 open in January.

Selected Eagle Intern Fellows receive:

1. A $3,500 stipend to support your summer experience

2. A personal career coach to help guide you through your internship

3. An opportunity to present about your exprience to the Boston College community

Review eligibility requirements


Join us to celebrate our 2018 Eagle Fellows
Eagle Intern Fellowship Poster Session
September 7, 2018
11:00–1:00 p.m.
O'Neill Library Reading Room


Past Eagle Fellow Courtney Copelin LSOE '17, discusses her marketing internship at FableVision Studios. 


2018 Eagle Fellow Highlights

71 recipients

All class years and all schools represented


Top 5 majors:

  1. Biology
  2. Political Science
  3. Psychology
  4. International Studies
  5. Economics

Top industries fellows are interning in: 

  • Healthcare, Life and Physical Sciences
  • Government, Law, and Public Policy
  • Education, Non-Profit, and Social Services
  • Communication, Media, and Marketing



Eagle Intern Fellowship featured on BC News

“The internship allowed me to learn on my own and helped me cultivate a lot of self-confidence...I’m definitely looking at policy work as a direction for my post-BC life."

Past Eagle Fellow Allison Kaika who interned with the National Family Farm Coalition (NFFC), a non-profit advocacy group with an office in Washington, DC.

Read full story on BC news




Additional Funding Resources

The Eagle Intern Fellowship is just one of many funding opportunities available at Boston College and beyond to help you take your career preparation to the next level. Whether you are looking to do an unpaid internship over the summer, study abroad, conduct research, or explore independent study, there are potential resources for you. 

View a listing of scholarship and funding opportunities