Summer Internship: Internship Positions

May Apply to up to 2 Domestic Internships (above)
& 2 International Internships (links below)

Bay Area

Los Angeles

New York

Stanford Global Studies Summer Internships

The Stanford Global Studies (SGS) Division offers Stanford students an opportunity to extend classroom learning to immersive, cultural and professional experiences through the Global Studies Internship Program.

Currently enrolled freshmen, sophomores, juniors, seniors, and coterms at Stanford in ALL majors are eligible to apply, including undeclared students.

Check out these featured global arts opportunities and apply through Stanford Global Studies:

Click here for more global internship opportunities through SGS in fields such as business, nonprofit, media, education, medicine, technology, engineering, science, law and government.

Community Arts Fellowship

Community Arts Fellows (CAF) have the opportunity to spend a summer working full-time in the areas of curating, presenting, outreach and/or arts education with a focus on social justice or racial justice issues. Fellows may work in the United States or abroad.

Fellows work with an arts organization or a community-based organization using the arts to further social and racial justice goals.  Upon selection, the Executive Director of the Institute for Diversity and the Arts (IDA) will work with Fellows to find and pair themselves with an academic mentor. With the help of their selected academic mentor, IDA staff, and previous CAF administrators and Fellows, CAF Fellows will meet with their mentors and with IDA/CAF’s support team to determine academic research that may assist with preparation for, and follow-up on, the summer learning experience.

Applicants must propose their own placements with organizations with which they have corresponded before the application deadline and effectively demonstrate that their intended partner organization is a well-run organization, where they will receive adequate guidance and supervision. Fellows assist in building and maintaining relationships with these arts organizations and the communities in which they are based.

Each Community Arts Fellow receives a base stipend of $5,000 award to support travel and living expenses during the summer. Financial aid and supplemental funding are available to students who qualify.

This fellowship is made possible by the Institute for Diversity in the Arts and the Philip and Jennifer Arnold Satre Fund.

Click here for more information and the application.