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Resources and Programs to Fund Your Internship
Use these resources and programs, offered by the Career Center and other JHU offices, to find funding for your internships, travel, or research.
- Campus-Wide Funding Opportunities - A spreadsheet of campus-wide funding opportunities compiled by the Career Center.
- Scholarship Page on the A&S Academic Advising Website - Lists scholarships open to JHU students (A&S and Engineering).
- KSAS Research Funding Opportunities - Research funding opportunities for Undergraduates and Graduates
- Grant and Research Competitions - From The Chronicle of Higher Education.
- Career Center Library - The Career Center has books such as the Harvard College Guide to Grants that can help you find funding.
Other Opportunities at Hopkins:
Aitchison Public Service Undergraduate Fellowship: This porgram is offered by Advanced Academic Programs twice a year. Aitchison Public Service fellows will: take three academic courses taught by Johns Hopkins faculty; attend lectures and symposiums by White House consultants, ambassadors, journalists, and visiting professions; intern with the policy makers and elected officials, lobbyists, or civil servants who turn the wheels of government; develop an individual reserach project based on the internship, using the Library of Congress and the National Archives; and explore the social and cultural resources of Washington.
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Vredenburg Scholarships (Engineering Only): Current engineering sophomores and juniors may apply to become Vredenburg Scholars by proposing an international academic experience (reserach, study abroad) or internship at a private company, nonprofit organization or NGO (paid or unpaid). Projects will be funded to a maximum of $8,000; the typical range of a Vredenburg Scholarship is between $4500 and $6500. The Vredenburg Scholarship may be used to degray the costs of tuition, travle, living expenses, and other reasonable expenses associated with the international experience. Financial need will not be a factor in the selection of the scholars and funding of the proposals. However, students with demonstrated financial need may be eligible for an additional stipend, which will be determined on an individual basis.
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