Stanford in Government's Stipends Program provides funding for students who wish to participate in self-arranged public policy internships.
Learn about gender, diversity, and social justice through a summer practicum with a nonprofit organization or government agency addressing social, political, or economic issues affecting women.
Learn about and help alleviate social and economic issues in Africa.
Design and implement a summer project that explores the use of science and technology for the benefits of society.
Allows students to expand on their ASB or TGB experience through a summer internship opportunity working with a host community organization.
The Andrea Naomi Leiderman Fellowship, a Cardinal Quarter program, supports undergraduate students conducting research related to underserved youth in California. The fellowship provides a base stipend of $6,000 for nine consecutive weeks of full-...
Develop projects that explore the intersections of business or economics and public service.
Work with organizations throughout the West tackling environmental, economic, and social challenges facing the region.
The Black Diaspora Fellowship enables students to participate in a summer practicum working with a nonprofit organization or government agency on social, political and/or economic issues affecting Black American communities.
Apply what you have learned through a Cardinal Course to a summer practicum experience working with a host community organization.
Engage with Chicanx/Latinx communities and apply your experience, academic pursuits, and leadership development to address issues of race, social justice, equity, inclusion, and artistic expressive history in movements for social change.
Work in the areas of curating, presenting, outreach, and arts education.
Develop and participate in a significant service experience while earning a portion of your financial aid award.
COMMMUNITY-BASED RESEARCH (CBR) FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
The Community-Based Research Fellowship Program supports teams of students, community partners, and faculty mentors collaborating in research that addresses community-identified needs.
Design your own summer experience working with an organization using technology to address social issues.
Conduct innovative research in collaboration with community partners to address community-identified concerns.
Fellows have the opportunity to spend a summer working full time in the field of public interest law or in cities addressing urban issues with a supervisor/mentor in a community organization of their choice. Fellows must work in the United States. ...
Apply what you have learned through interdisciplinary environmental studies to a summer internship experience.
Engage in a summer practicum at an education-focused nonprofit, foundation, or government agency as part of a cohort in Boulder, Colorado.
Education and Youth Development Fellows spend the summer working with community partners to support summer youth programs and/or address youth and education-related issues.
Each Education & Youth Development Fellow receives a base stipend of $5...
Allows students to engage with Asian/Asian American communities to apply what they have learned in and out of the classroom about race, diversity, equity, social justice, and the Asian/Asian American experience.
Pursue a state environmental policy internship at California Department of Conservation, the Governor's Office of Planning and Research, or the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Pursue research and internships related to international policy and international affairs.
Funding for opportunities offered through the Omprakash network or by service-learning program providers. Includes enrollment and engagement in the EdGE curriculum.
The Stanford Global Studies (SGS) Division offers Stanford students an opportunity to extend classroom learning to immersive, cultural and professional experiences through the Global Studies Internship Program.
Program identified internship...
With Round 2 fellowships, students engage in domestic or international service that connects with academic learning and helps them explore career interests.
Enable students to make a valuable contribution in the fields of human rights and international justice either in partnership with a relevant organization or through community-based research, with the guidance and supervision of Stanford faculty.
Work with a nonprofit, government, or tribal organization on social, political, and/or economic issues impacting American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, and Indigenous Pacific Islander communities in the U.S.
Pursue international public service opportunities in partnership with community organizations around the world.
Design and implement a service initiative during the fall, winter or spring quarter.
Internships with a German institution, organization or company in a field related to your studies (research & development for sustainable production and consumption, public policy, international relations and development, social service, civil...
Summer Internship Grants are available to undergraduate students interested in completing an independent internship in Latin America. Grants are generally dispensed for summer projects, but may be considered for alternative timing as well.
If you are taking part in an internship experience paid by your host organization or your expenses are being covered through another source, you can still be part of the Cardinal Quarter cohort.
Learn about and participate in the grantmaking process at a San Francisco Bay Area foundation.
Work with the Social Entrepreneurs in Residence at Stanford (SEERS) Fellows and learn more about social innovation career pathways.
Through a partnership between the Haas Center for Public Service, Project Dosti gives up to eight Stanford undergraduate students the opportunity to travel to India during the summer to volunteer with one of two partner organizations (AGN School or...
Work to advance the public good and achieve social justice through the law.
Internship stipends are available to continuing Stanford Public Policy students interested in completing an unpaid summer internship with a public or non-profit organization.
Implement or follow through on an outreach or service component of a significant research project. *For graduating seniors and coterms.
Design and implement a summer service project with measurable outcomes that helps communities take a creative approach to addressing their needs.
Provide service to older adults and/or conduct research on issues of aging.
SIG's Fellowships Program offers a number of paid summer fellowships pre-arranged by SIG with government and nonprofit agencies in the Bay Area, Sacramento, Washington, D.C., and internationally.
Rural Summer Fellows work with organizations within the U.S. adressing issues facing rural communities (e.g., povery alleviation, education, civl rights, health, economic development).
Work at leading U.S. NGOs in the sustainable energy field to tackle the global challenges of harnessing energy resources to deliver energy services.
Explore private sector solutions to international development through internships with small- to medium-sized businesses in Africa and India participating in the Institute's Transformation Program.
Work in the social entrepreneurship arena with an established social entrepreneur as a mentor.
Integrate spiritual exploration with service to communities in the Bay Area.
State-level efforts are essential in our fight against climate change, especially in the field of energy. Stanford University is committed to helping by integrating its best students into the local energy and climate ecosystem through Stanfo