Sponsored by the Mgrublian Center for Human Rights
The Mgrublian Center for Human Rights Internship Program provides student grants of up to approximately $5,000 to support projects that engage undergraduates in the field of human rights. The internships cover a wide range of activities, including: working for organizations that promote human rights or raise awareness about related issues; undertaking research for a scholarly project (including senior theses); and developing an independent program in a field related to human rights studies. The internship program is open to CMC freshmen, sophomores and juniors. All Mgrublian recipients are required to register for at least transcript notation. Students are encouraged to submit proposals from domestic or international organizations who meet the criteria for this program.
Program Description, Application & Instructions
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