Are you interested in paid work giving you experience in your field of study? The Worthington Foundation has an internship program we have created for our scholars.
We’re working with a number of employers* who are looking for smart, hard-working summer employees.
Here’s how it works:
WE – contact potential employers and seek their interest in Worthington scholar interns.
YOU – fill out the summer internship form and return it to us.
WE – send your application to the internship opportunities whose positions match your areas of interest.
EMPLOYERS – contact you directly if interested in your candidacy. You then will interview and negotiate the terms directly with the employer.
It’s not too early to begin to apply. Employers want to be able to plan and you want reliable employment that helps you prepare for that first post-graduate job. Many interns from prior years are returning again this year. And…best of all…some of our graduates have been hired by the companies where they interned!
*Employers include the Samoset Resort, Owls Head Transportion Museum, Penobscot Bay YMCA, and many more.
Calling all Waldo County high school students interested in attending college! Scholarship Info gathering Feb 2 at Hutchinson Center
Worthington Scholarship Information Event for Waldo County students
Who: High School Juniors and Seniors planning on attending a Maine College in Fall 2019 or 2020.
What: Information and application session for parents/students considering applying for a Worthington Scholarship
The Hutchinson Center
80 Belmont Avenue (Route #3), Belfast, Maine 04915
When: Saturday, February 2, 2:30 PM. FMI/RSVP: Kerry@worthingtonscholars.org; (207) 596-5800
The Worthington Scholarship is expanding to Waldo County! All current junior and senior students at Belfast, Searsport and Mt. View High School with a C average or higher who plan to attend college following high school graduation are invited to attend, as in 2019 this scholarship will be given in your high school.
Meet Worthington Scholarship staff members Rick, Jay and Kerry who will describe the Worthington scholarship, how it works and how to apply. Refreshments will be served.
ROCKLAND, MAINE… The Worthington Scholarship Foundation extends a special invitation to stop in on Thursday, January 10 from 10 AM – 5 PM when we’ll have an open house for students and their parents. Both current scholars attending college but home on break and current high school students who would like more information on the program are both welcome to come by and meet our staff.
Rick, Jay and Kerry would love to meet current scholars in person and hear how your first semester went, how you are doing in general, and are here to answer any needs or questions you may have.
The Worthington Scholarship Foundation offices are located at 30 School St. in Rockland Maine on the second floor, Suite 202.
Refreshments will be served.
At the quarterly board meeting of the Worthington Scholarship Foundation (WSF) held in June, a new program of support for Worthington Scholars was approved and announced. Called the “Scholar Overboard” fund, it exists to help WSF scholars through a rough patch – an unexpected car repair, medical expense, etc. These one-time emergency grants can sometimes make the difference between a student’s ability to remain in college, or to leave. We know that sometimes hidden costs and unexpected financial hurdles can derail a promising student without a financial safety net. These one-time “life rings” are considered and granted through one-on-one consultation between Worthington Scholarship staff and our Scholars. If you are a Worthington Scholar and find yourself in this situation, please contact your WSF mentor.
ROCKLAND, ME – The Worthington Scholarship Foundation (WSF) with a mission to support post-secondary education in Maine is pleased to announce the addition of Jay McIntire of Winslow as Program Director, and Kerry Hadley of Owls Head as Communications Specialist and College Mentor.
Jay joins the foundation with a breadth of experience in education, including teaching, university instructor, researcher, administrator, and federal lobbyist. He is also an experienced author and presenter. His teaching specialties include students with disabilities and/or gifts and talents. Jay’s education includes a BA from UMaine, MS from Lesley College, and advanced studies at the University of Virginia and UMaine.
Kerry is well known to many in our community having been the face of the Camden Opera House for 16 years. Her previous experience includes executive director at the Greater Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce and public relations at Ketchum Communications, NYC. “Kerry’s focus throughout her career has been to successfully grow small companies while maintaining quality. Having Jay and Kerry on board will advance our goal to continue to grow our programs state-wide” according to Rick Bedigian, Executive Director.