The following opportunities are open to first, second and third-year students of any major. International programs are open to both Haverford and Bryn Mawr students.
Application Deadline: Sunday, February 3, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.
This 7-week internship offers 2-3 Haverford and Bryn Mawr College students an incredible opportunity to serve as volunteer tutors to young women from South, Southeast, and West Asia. Fellows will assist and tutor for two courses, engage in academic support activities, and lead extracurricular activities.
Four students live at the Casa de los Amigos, a Quaker hospitality center in the heart of Mexico City. Time is spent evenly between running the Casa as a member of its volunteer staff and working with a local non-profit agency. Spanish proficiency is required.
Special Deadline: March 1
CPGC is seeking a highly organized student who is passionate about public health and educational and professional equity. Ideal candidates will have taken health studies and/or educational studies classes and have experience in tutoring or mentoring programs. The selected fellow or fellows will work directly under Dr. David Stevens '87 to facilitate a program which will provide paid learning experience for local high school interns.
Special Deadline: February 10, 2019
Placements are undertaken jointly with undergraduate public health students from the University of Livingstonia. The program positions students from both institutions as learners (i.e. future public health professionals) rather than as helpers or volunteers.
Special Deadline: February 17
Support the creation of education resources that tie in with public art projects led by Michelle Angela Ortiz, an award winning visual artist/ skilled muralist/ community arts educator who uses her art as a vehicle to represent people and communities whose histories are often lost or co-opted. Co-funded by HCAH.
Puentes de Salud's Puentes Hacia el Futuro program is an education and wellness program that works to meet the educational needs of the children of South Philadelphia's Latinx communities. Interns will help lead and implement this summer program, working directly with Puentes students and providing tutoring, mentoring, and organizational support.
Lagim Tehi Tuma (“Thinking Together” in Dagbani), is a Bi-Co fellowship with the community of Dalun, Ghana. This project combines intensive team-building, collaborative study, and small, experimental education-focused projects to foster dialogue through which participants think together about culture, power, history, and learning.
Two interns will teach language and computer skills at the Women's Empowerment Center; one intern will work at the Sefrou Center for the Social Education for Youth. All interns will study Moroccan language and culture at the Center for Cross Cultural Learning in Rabat.
Under the supervision of the Woody Guthrie Center Archivist and the Woody Guthrie Center Education Manager, and with approval of the Woody Guthrie Center Executive Director, the student will focus on a community outreach/public engagement program and/or exhibit utilizing materials available in the archives to develop their theme.