The CPGC offers three post-graduate opportunities to graduating seniors. These fellowships last from 6 months to a year.
Haverford House - Philadelphia, PA
This post-graduate fellowship program engages six outstanding fellows each year to strengthen Haverford College's global citizenship in the Greater Philadelphia region. Fellows work at selected nonprofit host organizations, serve as mentors to Haverford students, and carry out special projects that enliven CPGC’s mission. Discover more about the program and application process.
Casa de Los Amigos - Mexico City, Mexico
This 10 month post-baccalaureate fellowship funds one graduate to work at Casa de los Amigos, an organization established in 1956 by the Quaker community in Mexico. The Fellow will be incorporated into the full-time volunteer staff at the Casa. The practice of sincere hospitality, rooted in recognizing the human dignity of each person, is at the core of the Casa de los Amigos, and the Fellow will be actively engaged in this hospitality and peace work through the duration of their fellowship.
Solidarity and Action Against the HIV Infection in India (SAATHII) - Hyderabad, India
This public health fellowship is based in the state of Andhra Pradesh, which has one of India's highest HIV-prevalency rates. Fellows begin with a six-month contract, with the option to extend for a full ten-month experience. With offices in 13 states, SAATHII is one of the most far-reaching public health NGOs in India, and this fellowship includes opportunity to travel to the organization's other field offices.