There are grants and scholarships that can help cover the cost of interning remotely. If you have questions or need help to determine which scholarships are right for you, contact your Admissions Coordinator.
CareerUp Pell Grant scholarship program
Each year CareerUp provides 75, $750 scholarships to students receiving Pell Grants. To qualify for the scholarship, a candidate must be accepted to a CareerUp program and provide confirmation that they are a current Pell Grant recipient. For more information, please enquire with your admissions counselor.
CareerUp is recognized by leading student loan providers. Student loans offer a simple and easy way to finance your remote internship. Financing your work from home internship with a student loan can cost less than $100 per month.
CareerUp offers flexible installment plans that allow you to divide the program fee into smaller amounts. This makes it easy to pay for Remote Internships program over time. Discuss this option with your Admissions Counselor for more information.
If you currently receive financial aid for your education, you may qualify for additional financing to cover the cost of interning remotely. Visit your school’s Financial Aid office to inquire about your options. There are also scholarship programs specifically for students receiving financial aid.
Online crowdfunding platforms have helped raise billions of dollars around the world. Working with a crowdfunding platform is a great way to receive financial support for a remote internship program. Tell your family and community, then they can easily contribute money to your cause.