Application Deadline: International Self-Designed Fellowships

Sunday, February 28, 2021
11:55 PM - 11:59 PM (ET)
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Miller, Julie M
Center for Peace and Global Citizenship

CPGC Summer Fellowship: International Self-Designed

Application Deadline: Sunday, February 28 at 11:59 p.m. EST

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Self-designed internships provide students with a chance to get creative and focus on their particular interests in collaboration with individuals, groups and/or organizations based within the United States or around the world. Students sometimes build upon previous internships or volunteer engagements, and sometimes intern with organizations in their home communities. Students pursuing this option are required to be welcomed into the work by the organization, and must provide a letter of invitation. The self-designed fellowship application prompts students to articulate how their host organization’s work connects to the CPGC mission, and how the student is prepared for ethical engagement to advance that work.

While students are invited to seek out internships through their own networks and communities, internships offered through faculty or alumni connections that students can pursue are listed here.

CPGC Summer Fellowship Program:

The CPGC supports a robust range of community-focused summer internships through its Fellowship program, which widens and deepens connections with social change organizations around the world. Fellowships encourage a collaborative approach between students and community organizations to address social justice, human rights, and environmental issues. Each fellowship provides students with funding to support their participation and includes preparatory programming, a remote summer internship, and a re-entry course.

Students can contact Steph Zukerman or Ying Zhang with questions or for advising support.

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