Semester in The City Student Application 

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General Information 

We hope you find this application process to be an engaging opportunity to reflect on what's important to you. Our goal is to match every student who joins Semester in the City with a life-changing experience. This application will help us get to know you and create the experience that is best for you. 
 
Here are some things to keep in mind as you complete the application: 
  • The application is designed to take about 30 minutes to complete. 
  • We're here for you! If you have any questions at any point, you may reach out to us at SITC@collegeforsocialinnovation.org. Or, if you've been working with a recruiter, feel free to reach out to that person directly. 
  • In addition to completing our application, you will need to complete a process with your your home college/university to ensure you are eligible to study off campus. If you need support with that, let us know. 
  • After you submit your application, you will hear from a member of our recruitment team about next steps. 
  • APPLICATION DEADLINES: SPRING 2023 - PRIORITY DEADLINE 10/1, FINAL DEADLINE 11/1. FALL 2023 - PRIORITY DEADLINE 4/1, FINAL DEADLINE 4/15. APPLICATIONS ARE REVIEWED ON A ROLLING BASIS.

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Application Questions 






What are you great at? Name the top three strengths or skills you would bring to your internship.





References 

Please provide two references who we may contact regarding your application. List people who know you well, such as advisors, professors, community leaders, work supervisors, coaches, etc. References should NOT be family members, friends, or peers. Please include at least one reference who is a member of your university community.
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Demographic Questions



First generation college students are those whose parents did not graduate from college.





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