Did you know that Haverford has a variety of funding opportunities to help support summer internships? The following funding sources are meant for self-designed internships. This means that you will need to have found and secured your own summer opportunity in order to apply for or receive funding. If you have or are in the process of securing a summer position in journalism, communications, direct care with people with neurological impairments, public interest projects, or one that is located abroad, you may be eligible for the following grants and funds! Apply by March 18th to be considered!
The Andrew D. Silk 1975 Memorial Fund, established in 1982 by family and friends of Andrew D. Silk of the Class of 1975, provides a summer internship to a Haverford or Bryn Mawr student interested in pursuing a career in print or journalism.
This funding provides a summer stipend of $2,500 to assist with living and travel expenses associated with pursuing a relevant international experience outside the United States and preferably outside the North America Hemisphere.
The Gertrude Heller Endowment Fund is an internship fund established by Martin Heller of the Class of 1954 used to encourage students to work with the neurologically impaired in direct care efforts.
The Smart Family Internship grant provides one summer internship to a Haverford student interested in pursuing a career in communications, for up to $3,500.
Summer Serve provides a summer stipend between $2,000-3,500 to a current sophomore and junior involved in public interest projects in the Philadelphia area.
Find more college-sponsored internships and details here!