Andersen Foundation Fellowship
If you know of an internship possibility that you would like to pursue, please fill out this form by June 8. For the summer of 2020, AMST funding will prioritize internships with organizations working for racial justice and similar social change.
If you know of an organization with which you would like to work but are not sure if they have an opening for an intern, please contact Jovan Johnson in the Career Center as soon as possible. He is happy to work with you and the organization to set up an internship.
Please note that in addition to the form linked above, you will need to craft a brief (150-300 word) response to the following prompt:
The Andersen Foundation promotes a rich understanding of our national life through the study of our institutions, our histories, and our communities. It honors engaged learning and the development of intelligent and responsible citizenship. Please write a 150-300 word essay in which you explain how your internship fulfills the aims of the Andersen Foundation.
There will be a place on the Career Center form for you to paste in your response.
While students who have graduated are not eligible for internship funding, we urge you to reach out to our alumni, particularly our Multicultural Alumni Network, for other ideas about organizations that would welcome your work and support.
Funded by gifts to the College from the Class of 1963, these fellowships enable qualified students to carry out independent research activities in any field taught at Carleton College, or to undertake projects in the creative or performing arts. The fellowships are meant to expand the number and range of opportunities available to students, and to pursue intellectual and creative interests outside the classroom over summer or winter break.
Independent Research Fellowships will be awarded to enable qualified students to carry out independent research activities in any field taught at the College, or to undertake projects in the creative or performing arts. Among the activities for which these fellowships might be sought are laboratory, library, museum or archival research; fieldwork; and creating or learning to perform a work of art.
Established to give Carleton students unparalleled experience in the world of investigative journalism. The paid summer fellow works through the Center for Investigative Reporting under the supervision of the Logan Distinguished Professor of Investigative Journalism, an endowed chair at the Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.
Carleton program established in 2007 to provide financial support to students pursuing unpaid or low-paying summer internships or training programs in not-for profit or other organizations promoting social justice in the United States.