Haverford students and faculty are welcome to apply, as are Bryn Mawr students who are majoring at Haverford and working on projects related to their major coursework (unless otherwise specified). Students intending to apply for funding may schedule an appointment with Julie Miller (On-Campus Events, Off-Campus Conferences & Workshops, Community Engagement), Janice Lion (U.S. based Fellowships for Global Citizenship, U.S. based Student Research), or Stephanie Zukerman (international Fellowships for Global Citizenship, international Student Research).
Travel Safety: The College will not fund projects in locations with a level four travel warning from the State Department. Travel to locations with a level three warning must be approved by the College’s Travel Council.
International Students: The Travel Council recognizes that in some cases, study or experience abroad in the home country of an international student may be appropriate and desirable for research or internship opportunities. In cases that have been approved by the sponsoring office, such experiences are permitted, as long as the student formally acknowledges that the College's emergency travel insurance will not cover such a situation. Students will be required to sign a waiver confirming that they understand that the College will not be able to guarantee their evacuation, including return to Haverford to resume study, in a situation of crisis.
Applications must be submitted at least four weeks in advance of the program start date to allow for committee review and funding processing. Submit your application as early as possible—funding may not be available at the end of the semester.