Donor Acknowledgments

 

Our generous donors have provided the following sources of funding for Albright Fellows participating in summer internships.

 

The Anchor Point Internships in Global Leadership

The Anchor Point Internships in Global Leadership were established through the generosity of Amy Batchelor ’88 and Brad Feld.  Anchor Point internships support Albright Fellows who participate in programs that foster students’ connections to the global community and encourage global leadership skills and activities.

The Bernstein Endowed Internship Fund

The Bernstein Endowed Internship Fund was established through the generosity of Paula Phillips Bernstein ’58 and is used to provide summer internships for students who are Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute Fellows.

The Class of 1959 Endowed Fund for Internships

The Class of 1959 Endowed Fund is used to provide internships to students who are Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute Fellows.

The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations Endowed Fund for Internships

The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations Endowed Fund supports domestic internships to students who are Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute Fellows.

The Sandra Brown Eakins ’59 Endowed Fund for Internships

The Sandra Brown Eakins ’59 Endowed Fund is used to provide summer internships for students who are Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute Fellows.

The EFW Memorial Fund for Internships

The EFW Memorial Fund supports internships for students who are Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute Fellows, with a preference that recipients be American students who have not had a significant chance to travel and/or study abroad. 

Amelia C. Fawcett ’78 Endowed Fund for Internships

The Amelia C. Fawcett ’78 Endowed Fund is used to provide international internships to students who are Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute Fellows.

The Beth Langerman Friedman ’82 Endowed Fund for Internships

The Beth Langerman Friedman ’82 Endowed Fund supports internships within the domestic United States, fulfilling the requirements laid out by the Albright Institute.

The Sandra Polk Guthman Endowed Fund for Internships

The Sandra Polk Guthman Endowed Fund supports internships for students who are Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute Fellows.

The Maryam Homayoun-Eisler Endowed Fund for Internships

The Maryam Homayoun-Eisler Endowed Fund supports internships for students who are Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute Fellows, with a preference for students participating in internships in (i) arts and cultural organizations that foster cross-cultural understanding through the arts or (ii) organizations preferably focused on the Middle East or Russia.

The Mahnaz Ispahani Bartos ’79 Endowed Fund for Internships

The Mahnaz Ispahani Bartos ’79 Endowed Fund supports internships for students who are Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute Fellows, with preferences for international students and students that help enhance the collaboration between the Albright Institute and the Wellesley Centers for Women.

The Mary Sidell James ’65 Endowed Fund for Internships

The Mary Sidell James ’65 Endowed Fund is used to provide summer internships to students who are Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute Fellows, with a preference for international internships.

The Dorothy Chao Jenkins ’68 Endowed Fund for Internships

The Dorothy Chao Jenkins ’68 Endowed Fund is used to provide summer internships to students who are Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute Fellows, with a preference for international internships.

The Susan Saltzbart Kilsby ’80 Endowed Fund for Internships

The Susan Saltzbart Kilsby ’80 Endowed Fund is used to provide summer internships for students who are Madeleine Korbel Albright Institute Fellows, with a preference for international experiences outside the United States.

The Rosemary Lonergan ’44 and John Todd President’s Discretionary Fund

The Rosemary Lonergan ’44 and John Todd President’s Discretionary Fund supports internships for Albright Fellows with a preference for students traveling to India, Palestine, Bali, Greece, Vienna, Ireland, Rome, the Oberwolfach Foundation (for Mathematics scholarship) in Germany, and the California Institute of Technology.

The Lia Gelin Poorvu ’56 Internship Fund

 The Lia Gelin Poorvu ’56 Internship Fund supports a domestic internship for an Albright Fellow during the summer.

Announcement
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Internships
The Albright Fellows interned in 19 countries around the world during Summer 2014, working in nonprofit organizations, government agencies, and private companies.
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Wintersession 2013
Tanner 2013
The 2013 Albright Fellows gave presentations about their summer intern work around the world at the Tanner Conference on October 29, 2013.