Deadline: February 15, 2018
The FXB Center for Health and Human Rights (FXB), in collaboration with the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs (WCFIA), and the Committee on Ethnicity, Migration, Rights (EMR) has developed an opportunity for undergraduate and graduate students at Harvard University to conduct collaborative research in France for two months during the summer. The aim is to give students an opportunity to engage with and research the circumstances of migrant and refugee populations living in precarious conditions in informal settlements or other temporary housing with a view to contributing towards policy and social inclusion. For more information, click here.
Undergraduate Applicants must submit their proposals and all supporting materials by February 15, 2018, via the online application platform, CARAT. Undergrads with questions should contact Clare Putnam, Weatherhead Center Coordinator of Student Programs at firstname.lastname@example.org. Master and Doctoral students: Applications (Cover letter and resume) should be sent to Myriam Zuber, Director of the program by February 15, 2018 at: email@example.com.
Deadline: March 1, 2018
The Harvard Asian American Alumni Alliance (H4A) is sponsoring a $4000 summer public service fellowship in conjunction with CPIC. The award will sponsor an undergraduate to serve with a non-profit organization that advocates for Asian Americans or helps Asian-American communities. For more information, click here.
Deadline: March 5, 2018
Approaching its 21st year, Leadership In Action (LIA) is an eight-week, paid summer internship program located in Southern California. LIA offers a unique opportunity for the next generation of community leaders to receive personal leadership development and practical workforce training in the nonprofit sector. Interns kick off the program with a week of training, followed by additional training once a week for the length of the program. They are also placed at a Southern California nonprofit organization for four days a week for the last seven weeks of the program.
Latino Museum Studies Program
Deadline: March 16, 2018
The Latino Museum Studies Program (LMSP) provides a national forum for graduate students to share, explore and discuss the representation and interpretation of Latino cultures in the context of the American experience. It provides a unique opportunity to meet and engage with Smithsonian professionals, scholars from renowned universities, and with leaders in the museum field. Participation is free and includes lodging, round-trip travel to Washington, D.C. and a modest stipend. For more information, please visit the program website.