Deadline for Marchand Fall 2014 Internship Application Extended – New Deadline is June 15

This deadline is for the internship for Fall 2014. The Paul Marchand Internship Fund will provide $3,000 per semester or summer session to assist interns pursuing careers in public policy advocacy for people with I/DD. See Application information and Internship FAQs for more information. For 38 years, Paul Marchand was a dedicated disability policy advocate and recognized leader working on behalf of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and the entire disability community. Upon his retirement in 2011, The Arc, with substantial contributions from United Cerebral Palsy, other organizations, and individuals with whom Paul worked during his decades in Washington, established an internship to honor Paul and to continue to cultivate disability policy advocates.

Deadline for Marchand fall 2014 internship application extended – New deadline is May 1

For 38 years, Paul Marchand was a dedicated disability policy advocate and recognized leader working on behalf of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and the entire disability community. Upon his retirement in 2011, The Arc, with substantial contributions from United Cerebral Palsy, other organizations, and individuals with whom Paul worked during his decades in Washington, established an internship to honor Paul and to continue to cultivate disability policy advocates. The Paul Marchand Internship Fund will provide $3,000 per semester or summer session to assist interns pursuing careers in public policy advocacy for people with I/DD. See Application information and Internship FAQs for more information.

Deadline for Marchand fall 2014 internship application extended – New deadline is May 1

For 38 years, Paul Marchand was a dedicated disability policy advocate and recognized leader working on behalf of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and the entire disability community. Upon his retirement in 2011, The Arc, with substantial contributions from United Cerebral Palsy, other organizations, and individuals with whom Paul worked during his decades in Washington, established an internship to honor Paul and to continue to cultivate disability policy advocates. The Paul Marchand Internship Fund will provide $3,000 per semester or summer session to assist interns pursuing careers in public policy advocacy for people with I/DD. See Application information and Internship FAQs for more information.

Deadline for Marchand Fall 2014 Internship Application Extended – New Deadline is May 1

For 38 years, Paul Marchand was a dedicated disability policy advocate and recognized leader working on behalf of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and the entire disability community. Upon his retirement in 2011, The Arc, with substantial contributions from United Cerebral Palsy, other organizations, and individuals with whom Paul worked during his decades in Washington, established an internship to honor Paul and to continue to cultivate disability policy advocates. The Paul Marchand Internship Fund will provide $3,000 per semester or summer session to assist interns pursuing careers in public policy advocacy for people with I/DD. See Application information and Internship FAQs for more information.

Paul Marchand Internship in Disability Policy – Applications for the Summer 2014 Session Due Feb 15th

For 38 years, Paul Marchand was a dedicated disability policy advocate and recognized leader working on behalf of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and the entire disability community.  Upon his retirement in 2011, The Arc, with substantial contributions from United Cerebral Palsy, other organizations, and individuals with whom Paul worked during his decades in Washington, established an internship to honor Paul and to continue to cultivate disability policy advocates.  The Paul Marchand Internship Fund will provide $3,000 per semester or summer session to assist interns pursuing careers in public policy advocacy for people with I/DD.  See Application information and Internship FAQs for more information.

Paul Marchand Internship in Disability Policy – Applications for the Summer 2014 Session Due Feb 15

For 38 years, Paul Marchand was a dedicated disability policy advocate and recognized leader working on behalf of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and the entire disability community.  Upon his retirement in 2011, The Arc, with substantial contributions from United Cerebral Palsy, other organizations, and individuals with whom Paul worked during his decades in Washington, established an internship to honor Paul and to continue to cultivate disability policy advocates.  The Paul Marchand Internship Fund will provide $3,000 per semester or summer session to assist interns pursuing careers in public policy advocacy for people with I/DD.  See Application information and Internship FAQs for more information.

Paul Marchand Internship in Disability Policy – Applications for the Summer 2014 Session Due Feb 15

For 38 years, Paul Marchand was a dedicated disability policy advocate and recognized leader working on behalf of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and the entire disability community.  Upon his retirement in 2011, The Arc, with substantial contributions from United Cerebral Palsy, other organizations, and individuals with whom Paul worked during his decades in Washington, established an internship to honor Paul and to continue to cultivate disability policy advocates.  The Paul Marchand Internship Fund will provide $3,000 per semester or summer session to assist interns pursuing careers in public policy advocacy for people with I/DD.  See Application information and Internship FAQs for more information.

Paul Marchand Internship in Disability Policy – Applications for the Summer 2014 Session Due Feb 15

For 38 years, Paul Marchand was a dedicated disability policy advocate and recognized leader working on behalf of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and the entire disability community.  Upon his retirement in 2011, The Arc, with substantial contributions from United Cerebral Palsy, other organizations, and individuals with whom Paul worked during his decades in Washington, established an internship to honor Paul and to continue to cultivate disability policy advocates.  The Paul Marchand Internship Fund will provide $3,000 per semester or summer session to assist interns pursuing careers in public policy advocacy for people with I/DD.  See Application information and Internship FAQs for more information.

Third Paul Marchand Intern in Disability Public Policy Selected

Ms. Harmony Jovet will be interning in The Arc’s public policy office beginning in January, 2014. Ms. Jovet is a recent graduate of Utah Valley University with a degree in Behavioral Science-Sociology and plans to begin pursuing a doctorate in the near future. She has worked as a direct support professional in a group home for men with developmental disabilities, as a Section 504 aid to a junior high school student with autism spectrum disorder, and as a volunteer respite provider for children with disabilities. She is also the sibling of a young man with intellectual and developmental disabilities. See Application information and Internship FAQs for more information about the Paul Marchand internship program.

Paul Marchand Internship in Disability Policy – Applications for the Spring 2014 Session Due September 21 (Extension of previous deadline)

For 38 years, Paul Marchand was a dedicated disability policy advocate and recognized leader working on behalf of people with I/DD and the entire disability community.  Upon his retirement in 2011, The Arc, with substantial contributions from United Cerebral Palsy, other organizations, and individuals with whom Paul worked during his decades in Washington, established an internship to honor Paul and to continue to cultivate disability policy advocates.  The Paul Marchand Internship Fund will provide $3,000 per semester or summer session to assist interns pursuing careers in public policy advocacy for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  See Application information and Internship FAQs for more information.