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American Indian Studies

American Studies

Division: Social and Behavioral Sciences
MD 139-147
Palomar College
San Marcos, California

CALPRIG Scholarship

Posted on January 24th, 2012 | Leave a comment

Here is a CALPIRG Scholarship available to students.  Please use the contact info within this message for further information.  Good luck!

Prof. Lechusza Aquallo

Subject: Great internship opportunity for your students

Dear Professor Aquallo,

I’m a field organizer with CALPIRG looking to work with some great Palomar
College students through our civic engagement internship program this winter
and spring.

Interns can make a difference on issues they care about – like protecting
our oceans, promoting energy efficiency, or making textbooks affordable.
Students can build support for local plastic bag bans to protect our coasts
and marine life, or organize events to educate students about how we can end
wasteful subsidies to big agribusinesses.

By participating in our internship program, students will learn how to plan
and run a campaign, recruit and train a team of volunteers, work with the
media, and educate their campus community about these issues.

We are now accepting applications.

Students can apply online at

Will you forward the email below to your classes or any other student
leaders on campus who you think would be interested in our internship

Thank you for all you do for your students!


Isa Ballard

Field Organizer


o. (213) 251-3683 x 306

c. (802) 522-3041


If you want to make a difference and learn valuable skills, join our team of
interns and volunteers. We’ve got plans to take on the problems our country
faces – and with your help, we can.

Spring Campaigns:

. Save Our Oceans

. Cut Subsidies to Giant Agribusiness

. Make Textbooks Affordable

. Energy Service Corps

Find out more and apply for a CALPIRG

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