Students apply in general to the program and will be considered for all grants for which they meet the eligibility requirements.
Please see below for an overview of some of the grants that we have available for Barnard students.
Halpern Family and Peter H. Juviler Human Rights Internship Fund: Provides funding for internships in the area of human rights, including civil rights, race relations, women’s rights, programs for children, environmental/health protection, refugee and asylee rights.
Marsteller Internship Program: Provides internship funding for students with disabilities. Eligible applicants must be registered with the Office of Disability Services (ODS).
Belle & Harry Salzman Fund: Provides funding for students pursuing internships in the Washington, D.C. area. Candidates should be juniors or seniors with demonstrated financial need who are interested in public service, law, and government. Past interns have worked for various government agencies and elected officials. (Summer only)