Advancement Services - Stewardship: Internships
The Gertrude Albert Heller Endowment Fund was established by Martin Heller '54. The fund supports work with the neurologically impaired in direct care efforts.
The Gary Knapp 1981 Fund for Emerging Social Justice Issues income shall be used to provide stipends to students to engage in scholarly research directly with local populations on emerging issues of social justice and discrimination.
The Brian Kovaric 2005 Internship Fund was established in 2005 in memory of Brian Kovaric by his parents. This internship is open to freshmen. The fund supports summer research in a broad range of scientific fields.
The Deborah A. Lafer Internship Fund in International Relations was established in 1988 by Deborah Lafer Scher '80. This internship is open to any Haverford junior who is interested in an international academic, professional or service opportunity. The fund provides a summer stipend to assist the intern with living and travel expenses associated with pursuing a relevant international experience.
The Lambda Alumni Internship Fund was established in 2000 by Gary Knapp '81. This internship is open to Haverford students of at least sophomore standing. The fund supports summer work experiences with charitable organizations that focus on causes and concerns of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender communities.
The F. Page Newton 1975 History Fund was established in 1998 by friends and family of F. Page Newton 1975. This fund supports summer internships within the History Department.
The Joe O'Donnell Fund for Student Library Research Interns was established in 2013 by Peggy McCausland and Joe O'Donnell, Jr. in memory of their father, Joe O'Donnell (1927-2013), a beloved member of the Haverford community for nearly half a century and the devoted custodian of Magill Library at Haverford College. The fund provides annual support toward living expenses for a student with demonstrated need to conduct scholarly research that leverages the texts and resources of Magill Library. The student will be selected by the head librarian of Haverford College on the basis of scholarly merits of the research project and the student's enthusiastic commitment for hard work, good humor, kindness, and being the best of who they are, all characteristics that embody the legacy of Joe O'Donnell.
The Primary Care Pre-Medical Internship Fund Fund was established in 2000 by Steven M. Jaharis '82. The internship is open to pre-medical students and provides summer stipends for internships related to careers as general practitioners.
The Grant J. Schneider 1980 Fund was established in 1996 by Grant J. Schneider '80. The fund supports exposure, training, or development programs in the field of marketing communications, including advertising, promotion marketing, public relations, graphic design, and media planning.
The Andrew D. Silk 1975 Memorial Fund was established in 1982 by family and friends of Andrew D. Silk. The internship is open to a Haverford or Bryn Mawr student interested in pursuing a career in print or journalism. The fund also supports an annual journalism panel held in the spring of each year which is organized by the Director of Communications.
The Smart Family Foundation Endowed Internship Fund was established in 2005 by Robert Feitler, Jr. '81. This internship is open to any Haverford freshman, sophomore, or junior who has interest in a journalism-related organization. This fund supports student engagement in a summer internship/project/field experience in or related to journalism.
The Herman M. Somers Memorial Fund was established in 1991 to support faculty and student research in political science. In memory of Red Somers a program of fellowships, up to two each summer, will go to juniors majoring in political science, in aid of public policy research and/or public policy internships, supervised by Political Science Department faculty. These awards would be made each spring, upon application by students, by the Department of Political Science. They would promote combinations of analysis and practice, by internships with government agencies or NGOs in Washington, D.C. or in other appropriate sites and by required reports of research and/or experiences.
The Summer Serve Internship Fund was established in 1995 by Edward J. Stern '87. This fund provides yearly stipends to students involved in public interest projects during the summer.
The John C. Whitehead 1943 Fund in Entrepreneurial Studies Internship, established in 1992, is used to encourage students who have completed their freshman, sophomore, or junior year to pursue a summer internship with a small business, venture capital firm, or an investment company.
For more information about internship funds, please email Janet Heron or call 610-896-1423.