Internship Programs Administered by the CWS

Available CWS internship programs

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PROGRAM DESCRIPTION ELIGIBILITY DEADLINE APPLICATION LENGTH
Global Engagement Internships Funded internships, at locations in the US and around the world, with a wide variety of organizations identified by the CWS. Sophomores

January 2015

TBD

10 weeks
Global Engagement Advanced Projects Funded internships, in the US and abroad, with organizations identified by the CWS that require a specific skill set, such as language. Juniors

January 2015

TBD 10 weeks
Global Engagement Grants Support students as they seek out and develop internships on their own in the US and around the world. Juniors Spring 2015 TBD 10 weeks
Boston Children’s Hospital Students intern with biomedical research groups and mentors at Boston Children’s Hospital/Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Sophomores, Juniors January 2015 TBD 10 weeks
Davis Projects for Peace Students (individually or in a group) design grassroots projects that promote peace and address the root cause of conflict. First years, sophomores, juniors, and seniors January 2015 TBD Varies
Emily Greene Balch Summer Internship Grant Supports a student to carry out a summer project which analyzes the ways in which injustice is linked to conflict, and which encourages the study of the relationship between peace, justice and social change.  First years, sophomores, juniors, and seniors Spring 2015 TBD 10 weeks
The Lumpkin Summer Institute for Service-Learning Students live together in Boston, intern at local nonprofits, and participate in weekly service-learning seminars. Sophomores January 2015 TBD 10 weeks

MacFarquhar Grant in International Journalism

Provide recipients with the opportunity to learn about journalism through an internship at an international news organization, and/or to travel in order to independently document a culture or event outside of the USA. Includes photojournalism projects but not creative writing. Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors Spring 2015 TBD Varies
Severinghaus Religion Grant in Ministry & Human Services Internships or service that focuses on human services, and/or to undertake the study of religion and the role of religion in society. First years, Sophomores, and Juniors Spring 2015 TBD 10 weeks
Summer Internships in Psychology Students gain valuable summer clinical experience att Riverside Community Care  and Walker School. Sophomores, Juniors Spring 2015 TBD 10 weeks
The Sherley Heidenberg Koteen ’40 Endowed Internship Fund for Jewish Studies Supports internships that examine Jewish religion, history, philosophy, art, literatures, social and political institutions and cultural patterns Sophomores, Juniors Spring 2015 TBD 10 weeks
Wellesley-in-Berlin Support students studying abroad in Berlin through Wellesley’s German Department. Students studying abroad in Berlin for one academic year Spring 2015 TBD Spring Semester, 15 weeks
Women in Government Grants Students working directly with a female elected official in the United States. Cannot be used for political campaigns. Sophomores, Juniors Spring 2015 TBD 10 weeks
Wellesley Serves! Designed to foster the "spirit of volunteerism", this grant supports full-time student opportunities at nonprofit orgs that work directly with the communities they serve. First years, Juniors, and Seniors Spring 2015 TBD 10 weeks
Wintersession in Vieques, Puerto Rico Short-term opportunity to support a local NGO in their conservation work. Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors November 2014 TBD 3 weeks