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Students who have a paid co-op or internship, who register for a for-credit internship course through their major, minor, or certificate program, may be eligible for a scholarship for credit hour fees.

Maximum lifetime eligibility for OMIC II Scholarship is 3 credit hours.

Scholarships are funded through Ohio Means Internships and Co-ops (OMIC) II.

For best results, download the scholarship application using Internet Explorer.

OMIC II Scholarship Application


Questions and Answers

Who is the Advisor that signs my scholarship application?

Your internship Advisor is the faculty member who approves your registration in the for-credit internship course and supervises your work in the for-credit internship course.

In some cases, your Advisor may refer you to the internship coordinator for your college.

What is the application process?

  1. You must already have a paid internship to apply for the scholarship.
  2. Employment with government agencies does not qualify, but employment with contractors to government agencies may qualify.
  3. Identify the employer's NAICS code.
    Ask the employer's Human Resources department for their NAICS code.
    If the employer-provided NAICS code does not appear on the JobsOhio list, but the activity of the employer seems to fit a code that is on the JobsOhio list, then submit the application for special consideration.
    JobsOhio NAICS codes and categories
  4. For scholarship eligibility, the internship course must count toward requirements in your program of study.
  5. Follow the process outlined by your college and program to enroll in a for-credit internship course.
  6. Complete the OMIC II scholarship application
    For best results, download the scholarship application using Internet Explorer.
  7. Submit the completed application form as an atttachment via email to career_services@wright.edu
  8. A new application must be completed for each term of eligibility.
    Maximum lifetime eligibility for OMIC II Scholarship is 3 credit hours.
  9. Career Services will consult with the Bursar and Registrar to determine the applicable per-credit hour fees (various rates apply based on individual student demographics). Career Services will forward applications to the scholarship reviewer.
  10. The scholarship reviewer will verify the employer NAICS code, evaluate the applications for eligibility, and determine scholarship awards.

How long will the award process take?

The process may take two to three weeks.

Do I need to be registered for a class?

Yes.

You must be registered for the for-credit internship course that meets a requirement for their major, minor, or certificate.

Scholarship awards will be based on the number of for-credit internship course hours for which the individual student is registered, limited to a lifetime maximum of 3 credit hours.

Who do I contact with other questions?

Send email to career_services@wright.edu

Or contact Mandie Kollman in Career Services, at 937.775.2556.