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$1 Million in scholarship opportunities given to intern and study abroad

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Who says it doesn’t “pay for kids to be social?” As a matter of fact, it does. It will even pay for foreign study abroad. Thanks to Panrimo, “a study abroad outfit that will be awarding more than $1 million in scholarships in three different ways,” students from around the United States will have the opportunity to take scholarship into educational institutions and be allowed to get hands on work experience overseas.

According to a press statement made on January 6, 2014, the company has pledged to award more than $1 million in scholarships to college students and young professionals, alike, seeking to study or intern abroad in 2014. It is important to note that many social media related internships do not pay and living abroad can be very expensive. This is one way Panrimo is making innovation more achievable for our next generation. Their goal is to provide more “comprehensive, personalized” experiences to those who wouldn’t necessarily be able to afford it otherwise.

With offices in San Francisco, California and Providence, Rhode Island, as well as having headquarters in Detroit, Michigan, Panrimo covers all coasts in providing scholarship opportunity to the youth across the United States. Internationally, Panrimo offers “full-scale, comprehensive study abroad opportunities in 10 countries and full-time internship work opportunities in 4 countries worldwide.” “Panroamers,” as Panrimo has nicknamed their scholarship recipients, are guided through visa and passport assistance, cultural nuances, and credit transfer. These are all things that a young adult may find difficult to do on their own. “Also included are on-site staff, excursions and cultural immersion activities, health insurance, city orientation and support 24/7, plus post-program ‘re-entry’ welcome and debriefing.”

Panrimo has grouped each scholarship package into academic-related areas of interest:

  • Preferred Partner University Scholarship: Panrimo has closely partnered with 58 U.S. universities. Students at these universities automatically qualify for this scholarship to study abroad. There is a full list of universities on the official Panrimo.com website.
  • Social Media Scholarship: Students and working professionals with a love for social media may qualify by applying to this scholarship. Awardees are required to work at Panrimo offices at home and abroad, in “promoting their Panrimo experience, from the time leading up to going overseas, activities done while abroad and re-entry back home. Winners will take advantage of all Social Media facets, including social networks (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, etc.), video distribution channels (Youtube, Vine, etc.), blog and more!

  • Get Global Scholarship: These scholarships are offered to “true global travel enthusiasts.” all applicants are required to take a 10-question quiz Online to show that they know their geography and deserve to win the scholarship amongst all other applicants. Questions are all multiple-choice and will alert the studio, immediately, of their scholarship award value. This quiz is also availbale on the Panrimo.com website.

These scholarship opportunities find themselves just in time for Panrimo’s new additions to the program, including new cities and course focus.New programs for 2014 include study and intern abroad in Madrid and Barcelona, Spain. Full-time internship positions are available in the summer and fall as related to the fields of healthcare, graphic design, nonprofit management and elementary and secondary education. Study abroad application deadlines are April 1, 2014, while Internship Abroad opportunities end on March 1, 2014.

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