Fellowships for Global Citizenship
The CPGC supports a robust range of domestic and international summer internships through Fellowships for Global Citizenship.
Fellowships for Global Citizenship have been developed to widen and deepen Haverford's connections with social change organizations around the world. Fellowships encourage a collaborative approach to addressing social justice, human rights, and environmental issues. Each Fellowship engages a year-long cycle.
The CPGC covers Fellows’ expenses, including travel, local transportation, required vaccinations, visas, food, and housing; CPGC also provides the summer earnings expectation for students who have that stipulation in their financial aid packages.
Fall Semester: Students seek Fellowship advising from CPGC program managers as they determine whether their Fellowship application will include an internship that is:
- Domestic or International?
- Partnership or Self-Designed?
- Mission & Career-Connected?
February: Fellowship applications are due.
March: Decisions are announced.
April/May: Accepted Fellows participate in a multi-day, intensive preparatory retreat.
Summer: Fellows undertake 8-10 week internships.
Fall Semester: Fellows participate in their selected re-entry course:
- Development, Human Rights, and Transnational Injustices (POLS H301A)
- Bodies of Injustice: Health, Illness, and Healing in Contexts of Inequality (HLTH H302A)
- Community Learning Collaborative: Practicing Partnership (EDUC H200A)
- Human Rights in Philadelphia and Pennsylvania - in National and Global Context (PEAC H319)