Student Internships, Fellowships, Language Study and Research
Students who are able to pursue a funded internship, research opportunity, language study or career skill building opportunity remotely may be eligible for awards ranging from $500 to $2,500, depending on the activities proposed.
Qualifying activities include, but are not limited to:
- Remote Internships through the Hale Center for Career Development, the academic centers, and the Undergraduate International Studies and Foreign Languages [UISFL] grant
- Summer online coursework or workshops related to career preparation through the Hale Center
- Remote fellowships (Myers, ConnSSHARP, Sophomore Civic Leaders Scholarship Program )
- R.H. Goodwin Environmental Research Fellowship
- Leah S. Rubin ’32 Endowed Travel and Research Fund for Judaic Studies
- Summer Science Research Institute
- Online language courses funded by the Robert E. Proctor Scholarship or the Chu-Kuo Fellowship for Chinese Language Study
Students will have the opportunity to submit proposals between April 30 and May 31 for consideration by academic centers, the Hale Center and academic departments. Proposals will be evaluated according to criteria that have been created for these remote learning experiences. Notification dates will be specific to each program and will be indicated when you apply. Students who require additional support to ensure they have adequate connectivity (WiFi) for their remote summer experience may be eligible for funding through the Student Emergency Fund.
Students who were accepted to the ConnSSHARP program before April 15 do not need to reapply. Awards will be adjusted to $2,500 for this remote research experience.
Students who have already applied to the Summer Science Research Institute do not need to reapply and will be contacted directly by co-coordinators Emily Tarsis and Leslie Brown with more information about this program.
All Other Summer Programs
All College-sponsored in-person activities, both on and off campus, scheduled for May and June will be canceled. Activities scheduled to begin later in the summer may be allowed to take place if stay-at-home restrictions are lifted by the State of Connecticut and groups of more than five people are allowed to gather in one place. The College will re-evaluate this policy in late May.
These activities include, but are not limited to:
- International Michael Chekhov Conference
- David Dorfman Dance
- Film Studies trip to the West Coast (August)
- The Archeological Conservation Institute program (Italy)
- Camp Teach & Learn
- Tempel Summer Institute
- Child Development Lab School
On-campus programs administered by outside entities
- Thames Valley Music School Arts Camp
- Williams School summer campus
- Athletics summer youth camps
- Lego camp
- Jewish Film festival
- Education Unlimited
- Polymer Clay
- Quilt show
The following programs have been suspended for summer 2020
- Stephen and Pamela Reardon ’67 International Travel Fellowship
- Margaret King Moore ’54 and Thomas R. Moore Yale ’54 Endowed Travel Fellowship
- Global Scholars Fund programs (summer study away programs and international internships)
- Davis Projects for Peace Grants
- Amherst Early Music Festival
- John S. King Scholarship for German Language Study