Funding for Domestic OR International Community-Oriented Internships
I recently came across some opportunities for funding from the UM Ginsberg Center. See below... with the right community-oriented project, funding is available for both local and international internships/organizations!
The Ginsberg Student Fellowships provide University of Michigan students with an opportunity to make a significant contribution to a community in partnership with a community-based organization. Fellowships up to $1000 cover either Spring/Summer or Fall/Winter. The application process takes place in January and February. Please click on the links below for eligibility requirements and to view last year's application.
Read our Eligibility Requirements for Student Fellowships
Raoul Wallenberg International Summer Travel Fellowship
The Raoul Wallenberg International Summer Travel Fellowship for students who take part in a community service project or civic participation anywhere in the world, in the spirit of Raoul Wallenberg’s experience and contributions. Several fellowships will be made for summer 2010, each in the amount of up to $5000 to cover transportation, room and board, and local excursions made in connection with the project. One fellowship will be the Isabel Bagramian Summer Travel Award, given by Linda Bennett and Robert Bagramian in honor of Isabel Bagramian. At least one fellowship will go to an undergraduate student and at least one to a graduate student. The application process takes place in January and February. Please click on the link below for eligibility requirements and to view last year's application.
Download Eligibility Requirements and Application
Go the Ginsberg Center's Resource Page for other information.
For more information: Contact Ginsberg Center, 647-7402.
Posted by kkowatch at December 15, 2009 04:08 PM