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Internship Funding

CONFERENCE ON ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN LEADERSHIPawards two scholarships to outstanding Asian Pacific American college undergraduate and graduate students who are interning in the Washington, DC metropolitan area for the summer. Applicants committed to the breadth and diversity of the Asian Pacific American community, including but not limited to economic, ethnic, generational, and regional diversity, are especially encouraged to apply. Application deadline: Early March.

CONFERENCE ON ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN LEADERSHIP: CAPAL will also partner with four federal government agencies to award eight paid internships to APA college and graduate students. Each intern will be assigned mentors and will receive a $2,000 stipend. Two interns will be placed at each of the following agencies.  Application deadline: April 2011.

  • Agricultural Research Service
  • Forest Service
  • Food Safety and Inspection Service
  • Rural Development

MORRIS K. UDALL INTERNSHIP: The Udall Foundation established the Native American Congressional Internship Program to give Native American students an opportunity to learn about the federal government from the inside. Each year, twelve candidates are selected for a ten-week, intensive internship in Washington, D.C. Interns work full time in congressional offices or federal agencies, fulfilling a variety of tasks ranging from general support work to special research and writing projects. Application deadline February 1, 2013.

UNESCO FULBRIGHT INTERNSHIPS: The UNESCO Fulbright Fellowship Program will provide up to five U.S. Fulbright Program grantees the opportunity to serve at UNESCO headquarters in Paris for a period of six months following the completion their grant. Application deadline: April 2013.

For information on other Dartmouth funding sources for internships, please click here.

Last Updated: 8/26/14