Krumble Internship Stipend Program

K. LeRoy, Political Science & Philosophy, Amics Gais & Fundacio Enllac (Barcelona, Spain)
K. LeRoy, Political Science & Philosophy, Amics Gais and Fundacio Enllac (Barcelona, Spain)

"My first four weeks at Amics Gais and Fundacio Enllac have been the learning opportunity of a lifetime. I have worked with four foundations that all serve the LGBTQ+ community in some capacity. From medical care to legal services, I have seen how Barcelona, Spain not only provides asylum for queer victims of discrimination and persecution from around the world but also how it empowers these individuals to excel."  K. LeRoy

About Krumble

The Krumble Internship Stipend is an opportunity meant to alleviate any financial burdens that would prevent a student from pursuing an internship.  We understand the value of an internship and understand the financial constraints a student could have in order to do one.  Whatever challenges you have, whether it be travel fees, lodging costs, or childcare, we want to remove any barriers that is keeping you from gaining a much fuller experience.  The student must already be making steps towards an internship in order to be eligible.

Every quarter we accept four students to receive this stipend.   Students participating in an unpaid internship at a non-profit or governmental agency can apply for a one-time stipend of up to $3,000.

Apply by 5:00pm on Friday, May 31, 2024

What are the qualifications I need?

  • Be a full-time student
  • Be a junior or senior in credit standing or graduate student.
  • Have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better
  • Have an internship in a non-profit or governmental agency
  • Work with your faculty internship adviser (in your major) to receive academic credit for your internship

Additional Requirements due to COVID-19 Precautions

  1. Students need to check the status of the internship, and the Krumble program, in case the situation worsens
  2. If the site has to post-pone or the stipend program is on hold, we will roll the stipend over to the following quarter (granted they still have the opportunity).
    • Check with your site supervisor to see if they will still honor the internship for the next quarter.

How do I get started?

  • Work with the EWU Career Center to obtain your internship. Contact Romeal Watson, EWU Internship Coordinator at for assistance.
  • Complete the application for the Krumble Foundation Internship Stipend by Friday, May 31, 2024 at 5:00pm
  • Recipients will be contacted by Friday, June 14, 2024.

Special thanks to The Krumble Foundation for making a generous donation to student success at EWU.

B. Hernandez, MA. Child Life, Santa Clara Valley Medical Central (San Jose, CA)
B. Hernandez, MA. Child Life, Santa Clara Valley Medical Central (San Jose, CA)

It is such an honor and a truly humbling privilege to be a Krumble Foundation recipient! Thanks to all of your support through this reward, I was successfully able to complete my internship at Santa Clara Valley Medical Central in San Jose, California. I also will be receiving my MA in Child Life from EWU this term and I got hired as a Child Life Specialist at Kaiser Permanente in Oakland, California. Thank you for supporting me in helping me achieve my dream!! - B. Hernandez