Funding for unpaid leave term internships is available from the Center for Professional Development, Dickey Center, ISTS & Neukom, Rockefeller Center, and Tucker Foundation
Applications for unpaid leave term internship funding are due Wed, Oct 16 for Winter term internships. Funding awards amount up to $4,000 for the term. Details about the programs and application procedures can be found at the links below.
Criteria for eligibility vary from program to program. Typically, recipients must be returning to campus for at least one term after completion of their projects. Check the details with the office associated with the grant in which you are interested.
The Center for Professional Development
For work in educational media or children’s media or work that directly benefits at-risk or inner-city children, or trains teachers.
For work in advertising, public relations or publishing.
The Dickey Center for International Understanding provides funding opportunities for students to broaden their international perspectives and their understanding of different cultures by carrying out leave-term projects abroad. For internships in countries other than the intern’s home country. Applicants should demonstrate how the internship will enhance the international dimensions of their academic work.
The Institute for Security, Technology, and Society (ISTS) and the Neukom Institute offer leave-term funding each term to support an undergraduate, or graduate student, in pursuing an unpaid internship with a non-profit organization.
For internships in information technology that specifically focus on topics related to security and privacy OR the application of computational methods to problems in the Sciences, Social Sciences and Humanities.
The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences helps students find, fund, and prepare for a leave-term internship experience in public policy research, public policy analysis, issue evaluation, and/or activities which help shape and determine public policy. For internships in non-profit and public sectors, with a clear tie to public policy.
The Tucker Foundation Dartmouth Partners in Community Service (DPCS) program allows Dartmouth students to invest in their civic growth, personal development, and liberal arts education by participating in full-time, leave-term community service internships.
For international community service and humanitarian experiences, structured around intentional moral or spiritual development. Fellowships should focus primarily on direct community service, but may also include research, activism, policy development, and administrative support to a non-profit or nongovernmental organization.
Dartmouth Partners in Community Service
For direct community service work within the U.S.; DPCS enables students to invest in their civic, career and personal growth. Each intern is matched with a Dartmouth alumni mentor.
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