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Apply now for DataLab 2022
May 31 - July 22, 2022
Sewanee DataLab, a data for social good program of the University of the South, is a summer internship providing professional training and experience in data science for the social good. We invite undergraduate students from all majors and backgrounds to apply. DataLab seeks interns committed to social change by learning to use data analysis and related computer coding skills to promote data-driven change by organizations serving the public interest. No prior coding experience is required, but students with coding experience who are interested in learning how to use data science for the social good are encouraged to apply.
Application Deadline: February 15, 2022
The stipend for this internship is $3200, with possible additional financial aid.
University dorms will be available to Sewanee DataLab interns at the following rates:
- Single Room with AC: 1,486.65 (estimated at 28.05 dollars per day)
- Double Room with AC: 1,118.89 ( estimated at 21.13 dollars per day)
- Single Room with No AC: 529.47 (estimated at 9.99 dollars per day)
- Double Room with No AC: 298.39 ( estimated at 5.63 dollars per day)
Through an arrangement with the University of the South, the Appalachian College Association, and the Sullivan Foundation, DataLab seeks to help qualified students to find funding for this internship in the following ways:
Students from the University of the South should apply to Sewanee DataLab through Sewanee’s Career Center.
Students from Appalachian College Association schools should apply to Sewanee DataLab through the Ledford Scholars application process. (Note: that Ledford Scholar application deadline is February 25.)
Students from the Sullivan Foundation network of schools not eligible for ACA Ledford awards are encouraged to apply to the DataLab directly. The Sullivan Foundation is committed to working with DataLab to support as many successful applicants from Sullivan schools as they are able.
Have questions? Contact Nika Gorski