The fellowship program supports stipends for approximately 30 undergraduate students annually to earn valuable experience serving as interns with substantive nonprofit and public service organizations. Past students have interned at a wide range of health, education, arts, human rights, research, advocacy, environmental, media, philanthropic, housing and economic aid organizations. Many choose to pursue graduate degrees and future careers in public service.
The internship program supports travel study awards to approximately 10 undergraduate students annually for domestic or foreign travel to conduct first-hand research on the topic of their senior theses. Past students have traveled all over the world to conduct intensive research in such areas as anthropology, architecture, environmental science, history, musicology and religion. In addition to enriching their senior theses with this information, several students have made significant and original contributions to their academic disciplines and had their research published.