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Humanities/Non Profit/Government/Community Service/Writing/Journalism

  • National Urban League Eligibility: looking for candidates interested in a career in the not-for-profit sector, or in understanding the connection between non-profits, corporations, and government in the work of our nation. This internship is open to undergrads only. Deadline: End of February
  • We Need Diverse Books Internship Grant Eligibility: students from diverse back- grounds (people of color, people with disabilities, people from the LGBTQIAP+ community, and other underrepresented groups) who wish to pursue a career in children’s publishing.  Deadline: rolling basis, with a final deadline of May 31CHCI Congressional Internship  Eligibility:  Students must currently be enrolled full time and working towards their undergraduate degree and High academic achievement (preference of 3.0 GPA or higher) Deadline: Spring: October; Summer: December; and Fall: February. 
  • CHCI Fellowship Program (Paid fellowship) Eligibility: Open to Latino students/alumni who have earned a Bachelor’s degree within two years of the program start date. Deadline: Mid-December
  • Collegiate Leadership Internship Program (CLIP)  (Paid internship) Eligibility: Open to rising sophomores, juniors and seniors who attend school in New York City. Students are placed at paid internships at for-profit, non-profit and Jewish community organizations in New York City. Deadline: Varies
  • Conference on Asian/Pacific American Leadership (CAPAL) ($2,000 stipend) Eligibility: Students with leadership potential are chosen to pursue public service internships in Washington, DC. Deadline: Varies
  • Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs (Stipend varies) Eligibility: Students and graduates with demonstrated leadership potential who are committed to public service. Deadline: Varies
  • Google Journalism Fellowship ($7,500 stipend + travel expense of $1,000) Eligibility: Student who is eligible to work in the U.S. and at least 18 years old. Deadline: Late January.
  • Hope Foundation Eligibility: (Internships are 10-weeks long, $5250 for the length of their summer internship. If you are a Freshman, Sophomore, or Junior in college).  Deadline: February
  • Horseshoe Farm Fellowship ($500/month) Eligibility: Students from all majors and backgrounds can apply, especially those interested in community-based service leadership and social entrepreneurship. Deadline: Late January
  • Humanity in Action (HIA) Fellowship Program (Stipend + travel expense varies) Eligibility: First year, sophomore, junior or senior students are selected to study human rights, diversity, and minority issues. Deadline:Mid-January
  • CHCI Congressional Internship  Eligibility:  Students must currently be enrolled full time and working towards their undergraduate degree and High academic achievement (preference of 3.0 GPA or higher) Deadline: Spring: October; Summer: December; and Fall: February. 
  • Google Journalism Fellowship ($7,500 stipend + travel expense of $1,000) Eligibility: Student who is eligible to work in the U.S. and at least 18 years old. Deadline: Late January.
  • The Koch Internship Program (Varies) Eligibility: Designed for students and recent graduates who are passionate about economic freedom. Deadline: Varies 
  • The Jeannette K. Watson Fellowship (Varies) Eligibility: Second semester freshman or sophomore at one of the twelve invited colleges, and you must have at least four semesters of full-time academic work remaining after the term in which you apply to become a J.K. Watson Fellow. This is only open to a select set of schools. Brooklyn College is one of them. Deadline: VariesILF Civic Fellowship Program ($2,000 stipend or 8 week paid internship) Eligibility: Applicant must have at least one parent of Asian or Pacific Islander heritage. Deadline: Early February
  • National Urban League Eligibility: looking for candidates interested in a career in the not-for-profit sector, or in understanding the connection between non-profits, corporations, and government in the work of our nation. This internship is open to undergrads only. Deadline: End of February
  • Pulliam Journalism Fellowship ($650/week) Eligibility: College students and recent graduates interested in reporting, news design and graphics, and photojournalism. Deadline: Early November
  • Robert L. Bartley Fellowship Program (Paid internship- amount varies) Eligibility: First year, sophomore, junior and senior students aspiring to a career in journalism to work as editors for The Wall Street Journal’s opinion pages. Deadline: Mid-January
  • Smithsonian Institution Minority Awards Program ($700/week) Eligibility: Enrolled in school. For those interested in learning about the Smithsonian and their academic fields through research and museum-related internships. Deadline: Summer or Fall (February 1) and Spring (October 1)
  • Horseshoe Farm Fellowship ($500/month) Eligibility: Students from all majors and backgrounds can apply, especially those interested in community-based service leadership and social entrepreneurship. Deadline: Late January
  • Collegiate Leadership Internship Program (CLIP)  (Paid internship) Eligibility: Open to rising sophomores, juniors and seniors who attend school in New York City. Students are placed at paid internships at for-profit, non-profit and Jewish community organizations in New York City. Deadline: Varies
  • Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs (Stipend varies) Eligibility: Students and graduates with demonstrated leadership potential who are committed to public service. Deadline: Varies
  • CHCI Fellowship Program (Paid fellowship) Eligibility: Open to Latino students/alumni who have earned a Bachelor’s degree within two years of the program start date. Deadline: Mid-December
  • Conference on Asian/Pacific American Leadership (CAPAL) ($2,000 stipend) Eligibility: Students with leadership potential are chosen to pursue public service internships in Washington, DC. Deadline: Varies
  • ILF Civic Fellowship Program ($2,000 stipend or 8 week paid internship) Eligibility: Applicant must have at least one parent of Asian or Pacific Islander heritage. Deadline: Early February
  • The HACU National Internship Program Eligibility: Hispanic students interested in business, industry, and government.  Open to all students. Deadline: Spring Semester: November and Summer Semester: March

International Internships

  • The HACU National Internship Program Eligibility: Hispanic students interested in business, industry, and government.  Open to all students. Deadline: Spring Semester: November and Summer Semester: March
  • The Jeannette K. Watson Fellowship (Varies) Eligibility: Second semester freshman or sophomore at one of the twelve invited colleges, and you must have at least four semesters of full-time academic work remaining after the term in which you apply to become a J.K. Watson Fellow. This is only open to a select set of schools. Brooklyn College is one of them. Deadline: Varies
  • The Koch Internship Program (Varies) Eligibility: Designed for students and recent graduates who are passionate about economic freedom. Deadline: Varies 
  • We Need Diverse Books Internship Grant Eligibility: students from diverse back- grounds (people of color, people with disabilities, people from the LGBTQIAP+ community, and other underrepresented groups) who wish to pursue a career in children’s publishing.  Deadline: rolling basis, with a final deadline of May

International Internships

  • Christianson Grant ($2,500-10,000 stipend) Eligibility: U.S. citizen or permanent resident between the ages of 18 to 23 who is participating in a work, internship or volunteer abroad program of at least six months. Deadlines: Mid-March, Mid-July, Mid-October
  • DAAD: Summer Internships in Germany (RISE – Research Internships in Science and Engineering (Living expense/Housing assistance) Eligibility: Undergraduate students from the US, UK and Canada work with research groups at universities and top research institutions across Germany for a period of 1.5 to 3 months during the summer. Deadline: Early JanuaryChristianson Grant ($2,500-10,000 stipend) Eligibility: U.S. citizen or permanent resident between the ages of 18 to 23 who is participating in a work, internship or volunteer abroad program of at least six months. Deadlines: Mid-March, Mid-July, Mid-October Early January

Multiple Areas

  • America Needs You Fellows Program ($ 2,000 grant) Eligibility: Ambitious first-generation college freshmen attending a CUNY School.    Deadline:  Early March
  • INROADS (Scholarship opportunities vary) Eligibility: Underserved youth in business, health care, computer science etc. Deadline: Rolling (earlier you apply the better)
  • Ladders for Leaders Eligibility and Deadline: Click link for more information
  • LifeSciNYC (This is not just for those interested in science!) Eligibility: Most majors accepted, be sure to check the link for more information. Deadline: No specific deadline paid summer internship

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