Funding Sources

Filtered list of Funding Sources

Abramsson Summer

Funding SourceIndependent Projects, ResearchSummerUndergraduateInternational

African Studies Abroad Fellowship: Tanzania

Selected candidates will be awarded a partial scholarship to help fund the trip of a student to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. Recipients of the fellowship are expected to contribute a short, written piece about their trip and research to the African Studies for inclusion in our program newsletter, Asubuhi.

Funded OpportunityEducation Abroad, Internships, ResearchSummerUndergraduateInternational

After School Kids Program

ASK is a tutoring, near-peer mentoring, and college exposure program serving at-potential teens in DC. ASK provides academic and social-emotional learning activities to improve life-long outcomes and higher levels of academic achievement. Volunteer and Federal Work Study positions available. An EngageDCorps program.

Experiential LearningCommunity-Engaged Learning, Work Study EligibleAllUndergraduate, GraduateDC

Alternative Breaks Program

Alternative Breaks Program offers ~25 options for immersion with domestic and international communities in week-long service and experiential learning trips. Students, faculty, and staff are invited to apply. Scholarships are available to help reduce or waive trip fees. Two students serve as each trip’s leaders (selection in March). Students serve as ABP Board members.

Experiential LearningCommunity-Engaged Learning, Education AbroadAllUndergraduate, GraduateAny

Andretta Summer Research Fellowships

The David F. Andretta (COL ’99, GUMC ’04) Summer Research Fellowship awards a rising senior with $5,000 to conduct 8 weeks of research somewhere in the world on a social justice issue.

Experiential LearningCommunity-Engaged LearningSummerUndergraduateAny

Anthropology (Stapleton)

The awards are designed to support the research and intellectual motivations of talented and committed undergraduate students like him, and it seeks to provide students the opportunity to pursue their passions relating to anthropology outside the classroom.

Funding SourceIndependent ProjectsSummerUndergraduateAny

Biology (BURPAS)

The Biology Department has created a funding mechanism to augment the PURPAS funding recently piloted by the Office of the Provost. PURPAS provides funding to defray the costs incurred by undergraduate student researchers who travel to present their research at conferences and other scholarly venues beyond the Georgetown campus

Funding SourceResearchFall, Spring, Summer, Fall/Spring/Summer, Fall/SpringUndergraduateCampus, California, DC, New York, USA, International, Any

Biology (Oppenheimer)

Funded OpportunityResearchUndergraduate

Biology (Regents)

Funded OpportunityResearchFall, Spring, Summer, Fall/SpringUndergraduateCampus

BSFS Global Experience Fund

The BSFS Global Experiences Fund provides funding for up to 10 students that are completing Fall, Spring, or Summer global experiences. Students must show how their international exprience relates to their studies and/or their future goals.

Funding SourceCommunity-Engaged Learning, Education Abroad, Independent Projects, Internships, ResearchFall/Spring/SummerUndergraduateInternational

BSFS Undergraduate Dean’s Fund

The School of Foreign Service Undergraduate Dean’s Fund offers academic year grants for either thesis projects or other academic research. All School of Foreign Service students, first year through fourth year, are encouraged to apply. Students may apply for up to one grant per semester with a maximum of two grants per year. Students may apply in groups or individually. To apply, please fill out the application form. The committee reviews applications on a bi-monthly basis and the committee will not consider last minute requests. For questions please email Shelby Roller at sar283@georgetown.edu. Applications will once again be accepted starting September 15, 2020.

Funding SourceResearchFall, Winter Break, Spring, Spring Break, Summer, Academic Year, Fall/Spring/Summer, Fall/Spring, AllUndergraduateCampus, California, DC, New York, USA, International, Any

CCEC SIIP

The Social Impact Internship Program provides stipends to Georgetown undergraduates seeking professional development in the areas of government, non-profit, education, and other fields of social impact that do not offer paid employment to interns. This opportunity is available for juniors and seniors only.

Funding SourceInternshipsSpringUndergraduateUSA

Circumnavigators Club Fellowship

Since 1971, the Foundation has provided grants to enable outstanding college students at participating universities to undertake around-the-world travel-study projects in the summer between their junior and senior years.

Funded OpportunityResearchSummerUndergraduateInternational

Clare Booth Luce Fellowship for Women in Science

Funding SourceResearchFall, Spring, Summer, Fall/Spring/Summer, Fall/SpringUndergraduate, GraduateCampus

Classics majors

Funded OpportunitySummer

CSJ Jackson Fund

Available to students participating in CSJ EngageDCorps programs or other signature programs, this award reduces barriers for participation, including summer housing and expenses.

Funding SourceSummer, Academic YearUndergraduateDC

CSJ Student Organizations

CSJ grants access to benefits to 40+ student organizations that work in the DC, national, and global communities. The CSJ Advisory Board for Student Organizations (ABSO) oversees, facilitates, and provides resources to student-run social justice service activities, student advocacy, and community involvement activities at Georgetown.

Experiential LearningCommunity-Engaged LearningFall, SpringUndergraduateDC, USA, International

Davis – 100 Projects for Peace

Each year, CSJ awards a student or team of students with $10,000 to implement a project anywhere in the world which promotes peace and address the root causes of conflict among parties.

Funded OpportunityCommunity-Engaged LearningAllUndergraduateAny

DC Reads Program

DC Reads is a tutoring, mentoring, and educational advocacy organization that provides literacy resources to youth in schools and community centers. 100+ Georgetown students tutor 150+ elementary students. DC Reads fosters relationships among youth, college students, families, and communities by increasing knowledge of social justice to advance educational equity. Volunteer and Federal Work Study positions available. An EngageDCorps program.

Experiential LearningCommunity-Engaged Learning, Work Study EligibleFall, SpringUndergraduate, GraduateDC

DC Schools Project

DC Schools Project is a literacy program that has served Washington, DC’s low-income immigrant community since 1984. 160+ Georgetown students serve 160+ K-12 students (including unaccompanied minors) and 50+ adult English Language Learners in DC public schools, community-based organizations, homes of immigrant families, and on-campus. Volunteer and Federal Work Study positions available. An EngageDCorps program.

Experiential LearningCommunity-Engaged Learning, Work Study EligibleFall, Spring, SummerUndergraduate, GraduateDC

DC STEM

DC STEM is a project-based science enrichment program for 3rd and 4th grade students in DC schools. Tutors are responsible for leading science, mathematics, engineering, and technology explorations to improve youth’s academic performance. Volunteer and Federal Work Study positions available. An EngageDCorps program.

Experiential LearningCommunity-Engaged Learning, Work Study EligibleFall, SpringUndergraduate, GraduateDC

E. Joseph McCarthy Semester/Full Year in France (Department of French and Francophone Studies)

These scholarships consist of up to 4 grants for a fall or spring semester or a full year abroad. Students may receive up to $2,500 per semester.

These competitive scholarships are offered to French majors who are planning to study in a Francophone country for one or two semesters and who can demonstrate financial need.

Funded OpportunityFall, Spring, Academic YearUndergraduateInternational

E. Joseph McCarthy Summer in Tours/Paris (Department of French and Francophone Studies)

Open to all undergraduate students enrolled in Georgetown French courses.

These scholarships consist of up to 4 grants. Students may receive up to $2,500 each. These competitive scholarships are offered to undergraduate students who are planning to study in the Georgetown University Summer Program in Tours and Tours/Paris and who can demonstrate financial need. The applications for the Summer grants should be received by the 1st of March.

Funded OpportunitySummerUndergraduateInternational

Education and Social Justice Summer Research Fellowship with the Berkley Center

CSJ partners with the Berkley Center to offer summer fellowships for students to research Jesuit-influenced education initiatives around the world.

Funded OpportunityCommunity-Engaged LearningSummerUndergraduateInternational

EPA Star Grant

This is a research grant funded by the Environmental Protection Agency for graduate-level environmental research studies. According to the EPA, these grants currently focus on drinking water, water quality, ecosystem assessment and repair, pollution prevention, children’s health and global change.

Funding SourceResearchFall, Spring, Fall/SpringGraduate

First-Year Orientation to Community Involvement (FOCI)

FOCI is CSJ’s week-long pre-orientation program that serves as an introduction to community service, volunteerism, activism, and social justice issues in the DC area to first-year and transfer students. Leader selection is in the Fall.

Experiential LearningCommunity-Engaged Learning, Work Study EligibleFall, Spring, SummerUndergraduateDC

Geneva Centre for Security Policy Summer Young Leaders

Located in Geneva, Switzerland, GCSP conducts research on pressing matters of international security and offers a wide range of executive training courses and seminars, drawing participants from governments, militaries, NGOs, and the private sector.

Funded OpportunityCommunity-Engaged Learning, Education Abroad, Internships, ResearchSummerUndergraduate, GraduateInternational

Georgetown Jumpstart

Jumpstart is a national early education organization and works with underserved preschool students. Jumpstart strives to develop language and literacy skills that youth need to be ready for school, setting them on a path to close the achievement gap. Volunteer and Federal Work Study positions are available with an AmeriCorps Award. Volunteer and Federal Work Study positions are available. An EngageDCorps program.

Experiential LearningCommunity-Engaged Learning, Work Study EligibleFall, Spring, SummerUndergraduate, GraduateDC

Global Medieval

The Travel Award was created to enhance the study of the global Middle Ages through experiential learning opportunities and fieldwork/research on places and artifacts from the period 500-1500 C.E., either in situ or in archival, library, or museum collections.

Funding SourceSummerUndergraduateInternational

GOFAR

GOFAR supports students and alumni in preparing competitive applications for prestigious, merit-based scholarships and fellowships. Developing a competitive fellowship application is a process of reflection, self-discovery, and learning.
Beyond the outcome, we are more interested in helping individuals define a future path that makes a transformative impact – the fellowship is merely the vehicle for making a difference in the world.

Experiential LearningInternships, Research, Work Study EligibleFall, Spring, SummerUndergraduate, GraduateAny

GSP Summer Fellows

The Summer Fellows Program provides junior and senior undergraduate students with free on-campus housing, a modest living stipend, and professional development workshops while they intern over the summer in the DMV area.

Funding SourceInternshipsSummerUndergraduateDC

GU Impacts Fellowship Program

GU Impacts fellows participate in an eight-month fellowship to grow their competencies need to become social impact leaders. The fellowship centers on a 10-12 week summer project with cutting-edge organizations (in the public, private and non-profit sectors) driving social impact within their communities.

Experiential LearningCommunity-Engaged LearningSummerUndergraduateAny

GU Tech Alliance -FLiTE

The Future Leaders in Technology (FLITE) program is a new program for GU undergraduate students to gain a 6-10 week summer internship experience in the tech sector.  FLITE provides you with monetary assistance for travel, housing, and incidental costs, in addition to the earnings you will receive from the company hosting the internship.

Funded OpportunityInternshipsSummerUndergraduateCalifornia

Gui2de Summer

The Georgetown University Initiative on Innovation, Development and Evaluation conducts empirical field-based research to assess the impact and effectiveness of interventions and policies aimed at empowering individuals in developing countries to improve their lives. gui2de engages students in rigorous research, analysis and evaluation during term time as research assistants, as well as outside of term time in the field. Students involved in fieldwork undertake a variety of different tasks from troubleshooting issues between the office and the field, designing surveys, training enumerators, providing logistical support to field teams, and working with local partners to implement our projects.

Funded OpportunitySummerUndergraduateInternational

GUROP Academic Year

GUROP offers motivated students the opportunity to learn and experience the rewards of scholar research by working with Georgetown faculty in varied disciplines and different modes of inquiry.

Funded OpportunityResearchFall, Spring, Fall/SpringUndergraduateCampus

GUROP Summer

GUROP Summer Fellowship fund full-time mentored research, not necessarily in the sciences, and is often an extension of work already underway.

Funded OpportunityResearchSummerUndergraduateCampus

Heinz C. Prechter and The Kurt R. Jankowsky Scholarships in Trier (Department of German)

The German Department is able to provide a maximum of five Heinz C. Prechter Scholarshipsto enable students from Georgetown Universityto participate in the Trier Summer Program.
The Heinz Prechter Scholarship was established by the World Heritage Foundation in honor of Heinz C. Prechter’s lifetime achievements as an entrepreneur and public citizen.

Funded OpportunitySummerUndergraduateInternational

HOME: Homelessness Outreach | Meals | Education

Students support client-focused programs and projects for individuals experiencing chronic homelessness, 4-12 hours a week at the Georgetown Ministry Center drop-in shelter located in walking distance of the University. Volunteer and Federal Work-Study positions available. An EngageDCorps program.

Experiential LearningCommunity-Engaged Learning, Work Study EligibleAllUndergraduate, GraduateDC

John Carroll/St. Omer

The Department of French and Francophone Studies sponsors this internship program in Saint-Omer, France, in which Georgetown students pursue summer internships conducted entirely in the French language.
This is a six week program where students will receive an internship in Saint-Omer, France. Past places of employment for our students include local museums, government offices, tourist destinations, natural parks, and educational institutions.

Experiential LearningInternshipsSummerUndergraduateInternational

John Carroll/St. Omer

The Department of French and Francophone Studies sponsors this internship program in Saint-Omer, France, in which Georgetown students pursue summer internships conducted entirely in the French language.
This is a six week program where students will receive an internship in Saint-Omer, France. Past places of employment for our students include local museums, government offices, tourist destinations, natural parks, and educational institutions.

Funding SourceSummerUndergraduate

Kalmanovitz Initaitive for Labor at the Working Poor Fellowship (Investment)

Georgetown University’s Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor develops creative strategies and innovative public policy to improve workers’ lives in a changing economy.

Funded Opportunity

Kalmanovitz Initaitive for Labor at the Working Poor Fellowship (Organizing)

Georgetown University’s Kalmanovitz Initiative for Labor and the Working Poor develops creative strategies and innovative public policy to improve workers’ lives in a changing economy.

Funded Opportunity

Kalorama

Kalorama Fellowship provides a funded opportunity for full-time independent but guided research. The eligible fields for research are all humanities, social sciences, and environmental science.

Funded OpportunityIndependent Projects, ResearchSummerUndergraduateCampus, California, DC, New York, USA, International, Any

Michael Jurist Memorial Scholarship for Study Abroad in France (OSFS)

This scholarship was established in memory of Michael Jurist (SFS ’07), who studied at Sciences Po Lyon in the spring of 2006 and was tragically lost shortly after graduation. Funded by a generous endowment from Michael’s parents, this award intends to increase accessibility to study abroad in France by covering students’ transportation and immigration costs.

Funded OpportunityCommunity-Engaged Learning, Education AbroadFall, Spring, SummerUndergraduateInternational

Mortara Center

The Mortara Undergraduate Research Fellows is a four-year research apprenticeship program. Five first-year School of Foreign Service (SFS) students are selected in the spring semester and paired with a faculty mentor to gain hands on experience as a research assistant working on advanced research methods and projects.

Funded OpportunityResearchUndergraduateInternational

MSB Case Competitions

Each year, the Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Undergraduate Program receives invitations to participate in case competitions from distinguished universities across the globe. Participating in business case competitions offers undergraduate students an opportunity to develop and enhance analytical abilities, critical thinking skills, and leadership and business skills, along with presentation and persuasion abilities.

In addition, traveling to a case competition provides students with an extraordinary opportunity to expand their global network by meeting some of the best and brightest students and faculty from other top business schools around the world.

In the past, Georgetown students traveled to compete at business schools in Boston, Copenhagen, Hong Kong, London (Canada), Los Angeles, Maastricht, Montreal, New York, Pittsburgh, Tucson, and in Washington, D.C.

Funded OpportunityIndependent ProjectsFall, Spring, Fall/SpringUndergraduateCampus, California, DC, New York, USA, International, Any

MSB Global Business Experience (GBE)

As a leader in global business education, Georgetown McDonough seeks to provide all students the opportunity to travel abroad to consult either within an industry or with specific Fortune 500 companies. The program is required of all graduate students and is an elective for undergraduates. Working in small teams, students partner with executives from multinational organizations to address complex business challenges.

Prior to the trips, students collaborate remotely for several months. Then, they spend one week in the client’s country to present their final recommendations to the organization’s leadership. Full-time MBA students take the trip during the spring semester, and Flex and Evening Program students travel during the summer.

Funded OpportunityInternshipsSpringUndergraduateInternational

MSB Global Internships (GU Impacts)

The Global Social Internship Program (GSIP) enables business students to develop transformative leadership skills related to nonprofit and socially focused enterprises. Engaging in experiential learning activities for a period of 4-5 weeks with partner organizations abroad, students develop global acumen and the intercultural communication skills needed to become successful business leaders.

Funded OpportunityInternshipsSummerUndergraduateInternational

MSB Summer Study Abroad Programs

The McDonough School of Business offers customized summer programs to allow undergraduate students to further their global experience while completing two business courses — six Georgetown credits — at well-known institutions abroad. Programs are four to six weeks long, and courses are taught by faculty from the McDonough School of Business and partner institutions.

Funded OpportunityEducation AbroadSummerUndergraduateInternational

MSB Summer Undergraduate Fellowship (SURF)

The McDonough Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) program allows students to pursue an original research project for 6 – 12 weeks and receive up to $5,000 of funding. Students work under the guidance of a faculty mentor and may conduct their research domestically or outside the U.S.

Funded OpportunityResearchSummerUndergraduateCampus, California, DC, New York, USA, International, Any

Nat’l Fish and Wildlife

This award is given to researchers, undergraduate or graduate, who aim to sustain, restore and enhance the Nation’s fish, wildlife and plants, and the habitats on which they depend. There is a minimum of 1:1 non-federal match, which requires the recipient to raise equal amounts of money for their research in non-federal funds.

Funding SourceResearchFall, Spring, Fall/SpringUndergraduate, Graduate

NatGeo Comm. for Research

This award from National Geographic is for projects that have a geographical dimension as well as relevance to other scientific fields, like biology. The 1-year grant requires research to not be entirely laboratory work or archival research.

Funding SourceResearchFall, Spring, Fall/SpringGraduate

Office of Global Education (OGE) Study Abroad Scholarship

The Office of Global Education automatically considers all semester and full year applicants for the need-based scholarship.

Funded OpportunityCommunity-Engaged Learning, Education Abroad, Internships, ResearchFall, Spring, Academic YearUndergraduateInternational

Paul Pelosi Scholars Initiative

Through mentor consultations and institutional assistance, Paul F. Pelosi Scholars will receive support and guidance in obtaining an internship relevant to their specific academic interests and professional goals. The students will also receive a stipend commensurate with funding in order to pursue a full-time summer internship in public service.

Funded OpportunityInternshipsFall, Winter Break, Spring, Spring Break, Summer, Academic Year, Fall/Spring/Summer, Fall/Spring, AllUndergraduateAny

Penner

Application for the Penner Family Experiences Grant is open to Georgetown undergraduates who are seeking support for the costs of pursuing opportunities such as unpaid internships, study abroad expenses, travel or equipment for independent research, or service projects. The Penner Family Experiences Grant fund was donated by the Penner Family to reduce financial barriers for Georgetown students to allow them to pursue transformative experiences that are extensions of their core university education.

Funding SourceCommunity-Engaged Learning, Education Abroad, Independent Projects, Internships, Research, Work Study EligibleAllUndergraduateAny

PURPAS

PURPAS provides funds for undergraduates who want to “bring their research to life” in either traditional or innovative ways, in the form of conference presentations, publications, or performances.

Funded OpportunityIndependent Projects, ResearchUndergraduateAny

Raines

The Lisa J. Raines Summer Research Fellowship (Raines) is an extraordinary opportunity for Georgetown sophomores and juniors wishing to conduct independent summer research. The Raines provides a total of $5,000 to successful applicants to design, investigate, and produce an original research project over the course of ten weeks.

Funded OpportunityIndependent Projects, ResearchSummerUndergraduateCampus, California, DC, New York, USA, International, Any

Regents Science Scholars Program

The Regents Science Scholars Program (RSSP) leverages Georgetown’s innovation and efforts to address the critical shortage of underserved and first-generation college students who successfully complete degrees in the sciences.

Funded OpportunityResearchSummerUndergraduateCampus

Royden Davis (experiential)

Davis Experiential Learning Fellowships fund service learning, community-based work, and unpaid internships which are meaningfully connected to a student’s academic interests.

Funded OpportunityCommunity-Engaged Learning, InternshipsSummerUndergraduateCampus, California, DC, New York, USA, International, Any

Royden Davis (Research)

Davis Research Fellowship fund summer lab work, field work, and independent inquiry under the guidance of a faculty mentor.

Funded OpportunityIndependent Projects, ResearchSummerUndergraduateCampus, California, DC, New York, USA, International, Any

SFS Alvarez

The Alvarez Memorial Scholarship provides scholarship awards to SFS students who, due to limited financial resources, would otherwise be unable to accept non-paying public interest internships or research assistantships. The Scholarship is available for current students who receive need-based financial aid from the University.

Funding SourceFall, Spring, SummerUndergraduateAny

Sigma Xi – Giar Program

This grant, for undergraduate or graduate students, is given for research into all areas of science and engineering. Larger grants are also given for astronomy or vision-related research. Membership in Sigma Xi is not required, but 75% of awards are given to student members or mentees of members.

Funding SourceResearchFall, Spring, Fall/SpringUndergraduate, Graduate

SIPS Fund

SIPS Fund is a student-run endowment that makes strategic investments in Georgetown students and alumni whose ideas further Georgetown’s Jesuit tradition of service to others.

Funding SourceCommunity-Engaged LearningAllUndergraduate, GraduateAny

Society for Integrative & Comparative Biology

This grant for graduate students in the field of integrative and comparative biology who are active members of the SICB.

Funding SourceResearchGraduate

Steven de Balmaseda Champion Scholarship for Study Abroad in Spain, France, or Italy

Students studying abroad on Georgetown-approved programs in non English-speaking countries in Western Europe are automatically considered for the Champion Scholarship; no application is necessary. Preference is given to students with financial need applying for a full-year program in Spain, France and Italy.

Funded OpportunityCommunity-Engaged Learning, Education Abroad, Internships, ResearchFall, Spring, Academic YearUndergraduateInternational

Summer Institute for Teaching and Learning

SITL is an 8-week summer program for students who seek work in a classroom, and have an interest in education, teaching, and/or social justice. SITL is a commitment of 40 hours/week. The interest form is available in early Spring semester. Volunteer and Federal Work-Study positions are available + summer housing options offered.

Experiential LearningCommunity-Engaged Learning, Work Study EligibleSummerUndergraduate, GraduateDC

The Improving the Human Condition Grant

The Improving the Human Condition Grant offers funding to BSFS students engaged in meaningful summer projects that improve the quality of life for others. These projects may be conducted through structured internships, research assistantships, or independent work. Students engage in short-term, hands-on projects in the international arena. Domestic projects with an international focus are also considered. The selection committee looks for students who have a commitment to social causes and an understanding of how their passion and experiences supplement and enhance their academic work. Past recipients, graduating seniors, and students on leave may not apply for the Improving the Human Condition Grant. All other students are encouraged to submit an application. Applications will be accepted from January 1st, 2020 through March 15, 2020. For more information and eligibility requirements, please review the FAQ.

Funding SourceIndependent ProjectsSpring Break, SummerUndergraduateAny

The Morris Fellowship

The Morris Fellowship provides undergraduate SFS students who demonstrate financial need with support for global experiences (such as research, studying, and/or working) abroad. Four Fellows will be selected with an award of up to $5000.

Funding SourceCommunity-Engaged Learning, Education Abroad, Independent Projects, Internships, ResearchSummerUndergraduateInternational

UNCF Merck

These awards are intended to help African American undergraduate students who are interested in science to further their science education and potentially pursue science careers by providing tuition support and research opportunities. Each Fellow will be mentored by a Merck scientist and will receive two Summer Research Internships with stipends, following the Junior year and the year after graduation either at Rahway NJ, West Point PA or Boston MA.

Funded OpportunityInternships, ResearchFall, Spring, Summer, Fall/SpringUndergraduate, Graduate

UNXD 030: Intersections of Social Justice

“Intersections” is an 8-week online summer course that provides a reflection- and skills-based structure to students’ summer work, volunteer, and community-based commitments. The course wraps around a student’s commitment that must be 10-30 hours/week for 6-8 weeks. Scholarships available. Interest form is available in January.

Experiential LearningCommunity-Engaged LearningSummer, Academic YearUndergraduate, GraduateAny

UNXD 130: CBL Social Action

“Social Action” is a 1-credit semester-long course for community-based social justice work. Students in UNXD 130 CBL: Social Action pair this work with a three-credit class in which they are also enrolled; read and write reflections on social action; and meet together monthly during the semester. Enrolled students must complete a minimum of 30 hours over the semester. This course is pass/fail.

Experiential LearningCommunity-Engaged LearningSummer, Academic YearUndergraduateDC

USA Interns

Established in 1999 – as the only non-profit initiative of its kind – participating students as well as companies providing this unique opportunity profit profoundly from on-the-job experience and the building of international leadership skills. Nothing may change a life’s path like early experience.
Our program, furthermore, assist the development of future global leaders by encouraging the students to do an internship (8 weeks to 6 months) with an American or a German host employer, resp.

Experiential LearningInternshipsWinter Break, SummerUndergraduateInternational

Watkins Fellowship

Funded OpportunityResearchFall, Spring, Summer, Fall/SpringGraduate

Zukowska-Kolleng

In support of our departmental mission to enhance the undergraduate biology experience through research, the Biology Department is pleased to offer two undergraduate research fellowships:

Both Fellowships are open to Biology majors who are currently in their sophomore, junior and senior years and will provide a research award of $4000, plus $1000 from the mentor.

Funded OpportunityResearchUndergraduateCampus