Category Archives: Funding opportunities

Paid internship opportunities for Fall 2012

Opportunities for paid internships through Doctors without Borders in a number of fields, including Public Relations and Human Resources. In addition to gaining experience within their chosen field, all interns will also gain a basic introduction to the field of international medical humanitarian aid and advocacy. All internships will take place in New York and will be paid at the rate of $10.00 per hour.

Deadline to apply: August 3rd 2012

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Grant money available to support internship in social issues

The Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues invites individuals to apply for funding of research-based internships that are  conducted in cooperation with a community or government organization, public interest group or other not-for-profit entity that will benefit directly from the project.


Undergraduate seniors (rising seniors included), graduate students, and first-year post doctorates in psychology, applied social science, and related disciplines are eligible to apply. Applicant must be a member of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (year-long membership costs $25.00 – it’s something you can put on your resume).


Awards range from $300 to $2,500 to cover research costs, community organizing and, in unusual cases, a stipend for the intern. Cost sharing by sponsoring department or organization is desirable.

The Application should include:

a) A 3-6 page proposal including the proposed budget and a cover sheet with your name, address, phone number, e-mail address and title of your proposal. If an intervention is planned, the proposal should carefully describe the theoretical rationale for the intervention, specifically how the effectiveness of the program will be assessed and the plan to disseminate the findings to relevant parties and policy makers.

b) A short resume.

c) A letter from a faculty sponsor/supervisor of the project, a statement concerning protection for participants if relevant and any funds that the sponsoring organization will use to support the intern’s research.

d) A letter from an organizational sponsor (waived if the applicant is proposing to organize a group) that endorses the intern’s research activities, describes how the organization will potentially benefit from the work, and outlines any funds the organization will use to support the intern’s research.


Online submissions are the preferred method. Please limit the number and size of files uploaded when applying online.   Visit for details. 


This is an annual award. Applications must be received by April 25th. Announcement of the awards will be made by June 1st. Late applications may be held until the next deadline.