Global Migrations Summer Internship Grants assist students with the costs of interning at non-profit, non-governmental organizations that work with refugees, migrant workers, new immigrants, and other displaced persons, and/or are concerned with transnational migration, human rights, citizenship, security, and other social justice issues that arise from the movements of persons across national and cultural boundaries.
- Global Migrations is a grant-funded initiative at Hampshire College aimed at rethinking old paradigms of knowledge, citizenship, and security in the light of historical and contemporary movements of persons across national and cultural boundaries.
- Global Migrations supports an innovative undergraduate curriculum that is responsive to these transnational/cultural movements and the conflicts over identity, community, and citizenship to which they give rise.
- The grants support faculty development and student work that attempts to bridge divides between local social/political issues and complex global processes; between the university and the wider communities of which it is a part; and/or across traditional disciplinary and areas studies divides within the academy, developing not only global literacy, but also a sense of global citizenship.
Student Summer Internships:
- Gain experience working for a non-profit, non-governmental organization
- Get paid for critical, meaningful, interesting work
- Learn about grant writing, research skills, community organizing, and other aspects of transnational social justice/social change work
Who is eligible?
- Hampshire College students at the Division II or III level (Note: Students must already have an internship lined up when applying for a grant. For support in finding an internship/organization, please see contact section below)
- Read and complete the Global Migrations Summer Grants Information and Program Specific Application
(Hard copies of applications are available at the CPSC office (FPH G-1) and in the CSI office (FPH 218)
- Submit 3 copies of the completed application materials to the Community Partnerships for Social Change (CPSC) mailbox in FPH 218 or to CPSC office in FPH G-1
Application Deadline: Monday, April 7, 2014 by 4 p.m.
For more information, please contact:
Uditi Sen, School of Critical Social Inquiry, email@example.com, 413.559.5598
Ivana Staiti, Community Partnerships for Social Change, firstname.lastname@example.org, 413.559.6784