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A presentation for the students of Indiana Wesleyan University

A presentation for the students of Indiana Wesleyan University


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  • 1. Enterprise Community Internship Program
    work. grow. learn. serve. achieve.
  • 2. work.
    alongside experts in your field and get a glimpse of professional life. We will help you make networking connections and assist you throughout the interview process.
  • 3. learn.
    from an IWU alumnus mentor who is currently living and succeeding in Indiana. Get insider advice about your career field from someone who has first-hand experience.
  • 4. grow.
    in your faith. We will help you find a church within your internship community where you can attend and worship during the summer.
  • 5. serve.
    in a local outreach organization. Through our community connections, we will help you discover a place to serve that is both meaningful to you and utilizes your unique gifts.
  • 6. achieve.
    two free credits in a 300-level course. As an incentive to join the program, IWU has agreed to award these credits at no cost.
  • 7. fort wayne.
    grant county.
    north indianapolis.
    west indianapolis.
    east indianapolis.
    south indianapolis.
  • 8. pick up.
    an ECIP application from the Center for Life Calling and Leadership front desk or download an application online at http://clcl.indwes.edu/ecip
  • 9. submit.
    two faculty recommendation forms (available online.), cover letter, and resume along with your application packet.
  • 10. turn in.
    your application and recommendation forms at the Center for Life Calling and Leadership. You can drop them off at the front desk or email them to: EnterpriseZone@indwes.edu
  • 11. interview.
    with our Enterprise Community Developer, Victor Vinluan. Once accepted, you will work with the ECIP staff to identify your internship and community placement.