Help High School Students, Help Yourself

Join the Dream Project and Intern Sushi in raising enough money to provide scholarships to a few of the Dream Project’s outstanding mentees who will be attending college next year.

What is the Dream Project?

The Dream Project teaches UW students to mentor first-generation and low-income students in King County high schools as they navigate the complex college-admissions process.

What is Intern Sushi?

Internsushi.com is a free website that connects students looking for internships with companies offering them. Students can use multimedia to enhance their resume and profile, creating a dynamic representation of themselves as a person, student, and worker.

Over 5,000 companies use Intern Sushi to actively search for students who want to gain valuable work experience. They work with companies like HTC, Ellen (who hires interns exclusively through the website), L.A. Clippers and many more.

Dream Project is participating in a campus organization fundraising program provided by Intern Sushi. For every person who signs up (for free) on Intern Sushi and indicates that they were referred by the Dream Project, they will receive $2.

It’s easy to sign up:

  1. Go to internsushi.com.
  2. Click I am an intern.
  3. Enter a username and password.
  4. Click I was referred by a campus organization.
  5. Then, indicate University of Washington-Seattle and Dream Project.

That’s it. The Dream Project thanks you for your help!

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