Botz Liberal Arts Fellowship

The Botz Liberal Arts Fellowship is a multi-semester career readiness program that includes a $1,000 scholarship the first academic year and culminates in a paid internship (no less than $3,000 in earning potential). Candidates must demonstrate an interest and potential for success/leadership in business or industry, and be willing to complete the requirements of the program, including mandatory career exploration/training activities and mentoring sessions. To be eligible, students must be pursuing a major within the College of Arts & Behavioral Sciences, have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0, have completed at least 45 college credit hours, and not anticipate graduating prior to December 2023. The Botz Fellowship selection process includes an interview. The scholarship is awarded upon selection; the internship will only be secured once all program participation requirements have been met.

Donor
Janet M. Botz
Award
$1,000 scholarship; paid internship
Scopes
College of Arts & Behavioral Sciences Scholarships
Deadline
09/15/2022
Supplemental Questions
  1. Ms. Botz, founder of this program, believes a liberal arts education helps prepare students to be successful. Please identify three skills you believe you have developed as part of your education and explain how they will be helpful in a possible career in a business setting. (Please limit answer to no more than 800 words.)