Honors Program Websites
Are you thinking about a summer internship? You should be! Here are a few examples:
Clements Internship Award: SU award to support unpaid summer internships. Deadline: Jan. 30th
Fulbright UK Summer Institutes: Funded cultural and research programs in the UK for first- and second-year students with strong leadership. Deadline: Feb. 26th or March 5th
Laura Bush Traveling Fellowship: The fellowship will help fund a proposal designed by the applicant to conduct brief work in a foreign country related to the mandate of UNESCO – using education, natural sciences, social and human sciences, culture, and/or communication and information to build strong ties among nations. Capstone students: apply for this if you want do research abroad! Deadline: Feb. 23rd
Mount Vernon Leadership Fellows: For undergraduate leaders from diverse academic disciplines to immerse themselves in leadership development programming inspired by the life and legacy of George Washington. Deadline: Feb. 1st
National Science Foundation Research Experiences for Undergraduates (NSF REU): Offered for students in STEM, social science, and behavioral science fields. Funded research opportunities at universities. Deadlines vary
Smithsonian Internship Program: Many excellent opportunities for students in all fields at the Smithsonian-affiliated museums and institutes. Deadlines vary
Many more listed on the Center for Fellowship & Scholarship Advising website.
Kate Hanson and the Center for Fellowship & Scholarship Advising are glad to help you as you prepare your applications. Please be in touch with Kate to request feedback on essay drafts, indicate interest in participating in group summer application prep workshops, or ask questions about specific programs.
Check out these Honors students’ great experiences:
Allison Roberts ‘14, NIH Summer Internship Program for research at the National Cancer Institute. Read about her experiences here
Justin Elkhechen ’15, Amgen Scholars Program for biomedical research at Stanford University. Read about his experiences here