To apply for an Internship through UMF’s Partnership for Civic Engagement, students must complete and submit the following online application form.

Application Instructions

  1. Be sure to provide all information requested
  2. Indicate a faculty reference and their academic department where asked – this may or may not be your advisor.  Please inform them you are using them as a reference and will need them to send a reference letter to:
  3. Email your resume as directed to:
  4. A separate Application form must be completed and submitted for each internship to which are applying.

Many internships are quite competitive.  Consider applying for more than one internship, and apply 1 to 2 months in advance to increase your chances of being selected.

Part I: Applicant Information


UMF Student ID Number*

Local Address*

Local Phone Number*

Permanent/Home Address*

Permanent Phone Number*

Your Email*

Class Year (i.e., Freshman, Sophomore, Junior or Senior)

Major (and if applicable Minor):

Anticipated Graduation Date:


Part II: Internship and Reference

A separate application must be completed and submitted for each internship for which you would like to be considered.

Desired Internship (Include the Internship Number and the Name of the Sponsoring Organization or Title of the Position)

If this internship offers multiple engagement period options (i.e., spring, summer or fall), please indicate the period during which you wish to undertake this internship (i.e. spring):

A reference/recommendation letter from a faculty member is required. Indicate below the name of the faculty member who will provide your reference, and their department. Please request that they send your reference either via campus mail to:

The Partnership for Civic Engagement at UMF
105 Fusion Space
Farmington, ME 04938

Or via email to:

Name of Faculty Reference


Do you anticipate requesting Academic Credit for this internship? Please respond "yes" or "no":

Part III: Application Questionnaire

Please provide a concise (1 to 2 brief paragraphs) answer to each of the following questions:

  1. What skills and experience would you bring to this internship?
  2. How does this internship relate to your academic and career interests?
  3. What is it about this internship particularly that most appeals to you?
  4. What do you expect to gain, both academically and personally, from the internship experience?
  5. Briefly describe any previous experience(s) you have had working or volunteering with a community organization.

Upload your resume:

The Partnership, in conjunction with UMF's Media Relations Office may submit press releases about Partnership activities, including specific internships and the efforts of student interns from time to time. To assist us in these efforts, please provide the name of your hometown newspaper.

Name of Local Newspaper

Through what source did you learn about the Partnership and/or this internship? (i.e., Partnership website, Partnership Facebook, email, flyers or posters around campus, fellow student, faculty member, etc.)

Type the following letters (helps prevent automated spam):*

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