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Summer 2019 Human Rights Internships

Sponsored Internship Program: Applications are now being accepted for our 2019 Sponsored Internship program. The program provides students with grants of up to approximately $5,000 to support internships that engage undergraduates in the field(s) of human rights, Holocaust, or genocide studies. Internships may cover a wide range of activities, including: working for private or governmental organizations that promote human rights or raise awareness about related issues; undertaking research for a scholarly project (including senior theses); and developing an independent program in a field related to human rights, Holocaust, or genocide studies. Applications should be submitted online.

Application due date: March 1, 2019.

Partnered Internship Program: The Center is collaborating with leading human rights organizations to offer the following partnered internships for the summer of 2019:

Human Rights Watch (New York, NY) – Communications/Web Team Intern (job ID#2423705)

Claremont Canopy (Claremont, CA) – Refugee Settlement Intern (job ID#2425674)

POLIN Museum (Warsaw, Poland) – Education Department Intern (job ID#2425522)

Enough Project (Washington, D.C.) – Advocacy/Policy Intern (job ID#2425405)

Funding for these internships will be provided by the Center.