Ten spaces are designated for Bryn Mawr College students in several programs within Haverford's Center for Peace and Global Citizenship (CPGC). The CPGC Summer Fellowship program widens and deepens connections with social change organizations around the world.
Fellowships encourage a collaborative approach between students and community organizations to address social justice, human rights, and environmental issues.
Each fellowship provides students with funding to support their participation and includes preparatory programming, a remote summer internship, and a re-entry course.
Students that create their own "self-designed" virtual international internship can apply for funding, or participate in the Center's International Internship Partnership programs.
Bryn Mawr College students are eligible for all internships with organizations based outside of the United States. For this Summer 2021, Bryn Mawr students are also eligible to apply some U.S. based virtual partnerships. Funding is also available to graduating seniors through CPGC's Senior Bridge program.
Interested Bryn Mawr students are invited to review the CPGC Summer Internships 2021 Handout that details opportunities for this summer.
February 14 - Casa Refugiados
February 21 - Caribbean Communities in Philadelphia
February 28 - Lagim Tehi Tuma Fellowship & International Self-Designed
Interested students are encouraged to contact Stephanie Zukerman, International Programs Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.