Paid Fellowship for Minority Students Interested in the Non-Profit Sector

July 3, 2007  • Institute Contributor

Paid Fellowship for Minority Students Interested in the Non-Profit Sector

July 3, 2007–Washington, DC –The Nonprofit Sector Research Fund of the Aspen Institute is looking for students to apply for semester and summer internships under the William Randolph Hearst Endowed Fellowship for Minority Students. The fellowship, which is paid, provides internships in Washington, DC with the Fund. The application deadline for the fall semester is July 15th, 2007.

Fellows perform research and program duties for the Fund’s grantmaking and outreach efforts. A stipend between $2,500 and $5,000 is paid for the internship based on the time commitment and duration of stay. Recipients may also be eligible to receive academic credit from their colleges or universities. For application details, please visit us at  and

NSRF, a part of the Aspen Institute’s Nonprofit Sector and Philanthropy Program (NSPP), was established in 1991 to increase understanding of the nonprofit sector and philanthropy. NSPP has awarded more than $10 million to support more than 400 research projects on a broad range of nonprofit topics.

The Aspen Institute, founded in 1950, is an international nonprofit organization dedicated to fostering enlightened leadership and open-minded dialogue. Through seminars, policy programs, conferences and leadership development initiatives, the Institute and its international partners seek to promote nonpartisan inquiry and an appreciation for timeless values. The Institute is headquartered in Washington, DC, and has campuses in Aspen, Colorado, and on the Wye River on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Its international network includes partner Aspen Institutes in Berlin, Rome, Lyon, Tokyo, New Delhi, and Bucharest, and leadership programs in Africa, Central America and India.


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