Additional Opportunities

Student Opportunities


Environmental Health Strategy Center

The Environmental Health Strategy Center is seeking talented, hard-working, passionate candidates to work on local and national campaigns to protect communities from chemicals linked with cancer, asthma, and other health problems.  This is a great opportunity to get hands-on experience working in a fast-paced, multi-disciplinary, science-based policy organization and build your skills in community organizing, environmental health policy, and campaign advocacy.

For more information, conact Emily Postman at

Repair the World

Repair the World is a national Jewish non-profit that focuses on volunteer recruitment and engagement around food and education justice in Detroit, Miami, New York, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.  Fellowships are available for students interested in spending a funded year engaging local communities in service and conversations around social justice.  Fellowships are an 11-month program for individuals aged 21 through 26 that is fully funded and comes with free housing, training, and health care. Fellows recruit, train, and serve alongside volunteers to bring about change and knowledge building through direct service, community organizing, and learning events.

Learn more and apply at

College to Congress

College to Congress is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization dedicated to creating pathways for students to intern on Capitol Hill who otherwise could not afford the opportunity. The program offers leadership training, mentorships, an alumni network, and stipends to cover all costs. The program is now accepting applications to fill 20 spots for summer 2018 and is reserved for undergraduate students who are eligible for Federal Pell Grants.

Learn more and apply at

The Institute for Broadening Participation

The mission of the Institute for Broadening Participation is to increase diversity in the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) workforce. They design and implement strategies to increase access to STEM education, funding, and careers, with special emphasis on reaching and supporting individuals from underserved communities and underrepresented groups, including underrepresented minorities, women, persons with disabilities, first generation college students, and students from underserved communities.

They have 699 summer research programs posted on our site currently and we are busy posting new program dates and new programs every day!

Please visit the link below to find out more about their summer research listings:

The Institute on Philanthropy and Voluntary Service

Spend 8 weeks taking action while getting a hands-on learning experience in the nation’s capital with the Institute on Philanthropy and Voluntary Service (IPVS)! Taking advantage of a Washington, DC internship is a valuable investment in your future that will set you apart after college. IPVS will put you on the front lines helping to solve local, national and international issues. The comprehensive program sponsored by The Fund for American Studies includes:

• An internship placement with some of the nation’s top nonprofits
• Courses for academic credit provided through George Mason University
• Furnished housing located close to Metro rail stations, monuments and museums in Washington
• Leadership activities including charitable grant awards and hands-on community projects
• Professional development opportunities including networking events, exclusive behind the scenes briefings, guest speakers and a mentor program
• Workshops on social entrepreneurship, legal issues and much more

Upcoming Fellowship: June 3 – July 27, 2018

Early Deadline for Summer 2018 (5% tuition discount): December 5, 2017

For more information and to be begin an online application, please visit Questions may be directed to or 202.986.0384.

Anchorage Urban Fellows

The Anchorage Urban Fellows is a nine-month long fellowship program that places dynamic college graduates in some of Anchorage’s most significant civic institutions. By immersing the fellows in the Anchorage community, the program aims to curate an amazing experience for its participants and, more broadly, provide a pipeline of young talent and energy into Anchorage’s (and Alaska’s) economy and community life. The program is backed by well-connected and wonderful members of the Anchorage community that will plug fellows into the broader Anchorage outdoor/civic/community/art life.

Housing and living stipends are provided.

Visit the Anchorage Urban Fellows website for more information.

The Forest Foundation

The Forest Foundation places students with non-profits in the Boston area for full-time summer experiences with a $4500 stipend and great professional development opportunities. They even have an early acceptance program for students who apply by March 1.

The Forest Foundation is led by a Bowdoin alum who is dedicated to providing transformative experiences for students who want to be change agents.  For more information:

Bates contact: Darby Ray at the Harward Center.

The 2017 Urban Adamah Fellowship

The Urban Adamah Fellowship, based in Berkeley, CA, is a three-month residential training program for young adults (ages 21–31) that combines urban organic farming, social justice training and progressive Jewish learning and living in intentional community.

Through the operation of Urban Adamah’s two-acre organic farm and internships with local community organizations, fellows gain significant skills, training and experience in sustainable urban agriculture, Jewish spirituality, intentional community, and leadership development.

Twelve-fourteen fellows are accepted per season. Admission is on a rolling basis.

Visit the Urban Adamah website today to request an application.

Camp AmeriKids (a program of The ELM Project)

Camp AmeriKids, a summer camp for children living with the challenges of HIV/AIDS and sickle cell disease, is looking for caring, responsible, energetic and fun counselors for our 2017 season. A volunteer counselor team is responsible for the 24-hour supervision of a cabin and maintains a camper to counselor ratio of about 2 to1. Counselors spend each day of camp with their cabin group as they rotate through a schedule of activities and participate in new and exciting workshops provided by the program staff. The cabin counselor’s enthusiastic participation in all aspects of camp, from meals and activities to nightly special events and cabin chats, is crucial in creating a memorable camp experience for our campers. Counselors are expected to be role models, sources of energy and ideas, and are a key part of the Camp AmeriKids community. Room & board at our site in Warwick, NY is provided.

Applications are available on the Camp AmeriKids website.

Faculty and Staff Opportunities