Since 2001, the CPGC has developed deep relationships and many connections with organizations around the world, fostering evolving partnerships. We continually welcome new students, faculty, and organizations into our global community focused on peace and social justice.
International programs are open to both Haverford and Bryn Mawr students. Philadelphia Justice and Equity Fellowship (PJEF) eligible organizations are noted.
Mexico City, Mexico
Aid in refugee resettlement, humanitarian assistance, and peace education and advocacy. Help build solidarity networks, develop workshops, and support the reception and assessment of new arrivals during their integration in Mexican society.
Grupo de Apoyo Mutuo (GAM)
Remote Opportunity, Guatemala City
Virtual Human Rights Research Internship. Student work will be a combination of independent research with the GAM as well as service-oriented projects that advance the work of the GAM to protect human rights and represent families of the disappeared.
Laɣim Tehi Tuma-Dalun
Laɣim Tehi Tuma (“Thinking Together” in Dagbani) is a Bi-Co Summer Action Research fellowship with the local community focused on re-imagining education through community-based partnerships, collaborative study, and cultural exchange.
Work on a digital scholarship project centered on a corpus of Zapotec language texts from the Mexican Colonial period. Opportunities involve encoding, translation, editing / writing / researching of pedagogical material, networking and communicating with teachers / instructors in the U.S. and/or Mexico, and more.
African Family Health Organization
Help provide culturally sensitive health, human, and educational services to African and Caribbean immigrants/refugees.
Help cultivate a supportive and equitable learning community among students with a focus on social justice issues, anti-racism, and ensuring that all students feel safe and vulnerable as a member of the CT family.
Common Cause is a nonpartisan, grassroots organization dedicated to upholding the core values of American democracy. We work to create open, honest, and accountable government that serves the public interest; promote equal rights, opportunity, and representation for all; and empower all people to make their voices heard in the political process.
Energy Justice Network
Work with organizers of this grassroots group to fight environmental racism. Support campaigns including those for zero waste resolutions and against polluters along the Delaware River, and help increase college student engagement through the Campus Coalition Concerning Chester (C-4).
Facing History and Ourselves
Engage students in an examination of racism, prejudice, and antisemitism in order to promote and develop a more humane and informed citizenry.
FarmerJawn follows regenerative farming practices that concentrate on soil health and increasing access to organic food to marginalized communities. We are looking for interested folks who are committed to stewarding the values we share.
Philadelphia Legal Assistance
Philadelphia Legal Assistance provides free civil legal advice and representation to low-income Philadelphians, seeking a Spanish-speaking summer intern who will advise and support Unemployment Compensation claimants in accessing their benefits.
Puentes de Salud
Help the Puentes team gather research, create bilingual curricula and workshops, and support programming that nurtures creativity, personal growth, and cultural connection from early childhood through adolescence. (Interested BMC students may apply but must seek funding from BMC.)
Voice of Witness
Assist with a variety of projects that are integral to the production of a book series and education program that depicts human rights crises through the stories of those who experience them.
Co-Sponsored by HCAH