Internship Grants: Center on Women, Gender, and Public Policy
Through a generous donation in the name of Julia Henderson, the Center on Women, Gender, and Public Policy provides one to two awards of up to $2000 to assist Humphrey students that have unpaid internships with a feminist organization, broadly defined, or an internship working on a feminist project in a non-feminist organization. Projects should serve women or advance gender equity. Students will be required to complete a report on the internship for the CWGPP upon completion.
Any Humphrey student currently enrolled in good standing in the master's program in planning; public policy; human rights; or science, technology, and environmental policy at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs is eligible to apply.
Please apply through the general Humphrey School internship application process, and be sure to answer the question on the application regarding how your internship will serve women or advance gender equity. Applications will be reviewed by a committee of CWGPP faculty and staff. Details on the 2020 application process can be found here.