2017 summer fellows pose in front of a mural in San Francisco's Mission District
The Haas Institute Summer Fellowship is a three-month-long, part-time, 20-hour per week paid internship—compensation is awarded based on educational degree. The fellowship runs from mid-May to mid-August, and takes place at the Haas Institute office on the UC Berkeley campus, where all summer fellows are expected to work from. Additionally, fellows will be oriented to Haas Institute's research methods and frameworks and will receive mentorship in research and the development of writing policy memos and reports. Fellows will be given opportunities to explore pressing community, national, and global social justice issues through workshops, local events and direct engagements with advocates working in the field. All traditional, non-traditional, and international students who are studying in the US (with valid work permits) from community colleges through doctoral degree programs are welcome to apply. All accepted applicants must arrange and cover the expenses of their travel and housing accommodations.
Learn more about the summer fellowship program here.
Coblentz Fellowship - Coming Soon
The Coblentz Fellowships provide students with a unique opportunity to develop important legal skills, build professional networks, and learn about substantive areas of law through Berkeley Law's cutting-edge research centers. The program supports research and activities relating to racial and ethnic justice in California and the nation.
Check back later for more information on the Coblentz Fellowship, including eligibility, and how to apply.