The Jackson Institute provides fellowships for student projects including internships and independent research projects.
Details on two of our summer fellowships are found here.
Les Aspin ’60 International Public Service Fellowships
Established by the Yale College Class of 1960 to honor the memory of their classmate, Les Aspin, a former member of Congress and United States Secretary of Defense. The fund supports Yale College undergraduates in summer internships related to the study of national security and international affairs, in the public or nonprofit private sector. The internships may be with a U.S. government agency, or a nonprofit corporation or non-governmental organization. Grants are awarded to sophomores and juniors with preference given to students in the International Studies Major.
International Studies Fellowship
The Jackson Institute for Global affairs invites applications for the 2016 International Studies Fellowship competition. The fellowship provides support to undergraduate students undertaking a project contributing to an understanding of international affairs. A project may be an independent research project, an internship or formal study/coursework.
Access the application at Student Grants and Fellowships at Yale University.