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Fully Funded Harvard University Fellowship Program 2020

Fully Funded Harvard University Fellowship Program 2020

Country: USA
City: Cambridge
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Harvard University calls applications for the fully funded fellowship program in 2020. Interested candidates can apply for the Harvard University Fellowship Program until 1st February. The University will only accept online applications. It is offering fellowship in summer in the field of Human Rights.

  • Summer fellowships for Human Rights Program(HRP) are a central part of the Harvard Law School human rights experience and provide rich professional, personal, and intellectual opportunities.
  • Many students and alumni/ae who are committed to human rights were introduced to the field through an internship.
  • Additionally, interns work for at least eight weeks with nongovernmental or intergovernmental organizations concerned with human rights, exclusively outside the United States.


Criteria for the Harvard University Fellowship Program

  • The University has opened the fellowships to returning J.D. students and S.J.D. students exclusively at Harvard Law School.


  • Before applying, prospective applicants must meet with a member of HRP for advising.
  • Also, they should schedule an appointment with Anna Crowe, Assistant Director of the International Human Rights Clinic.
  • Additionally, the Program will also assist students who are not seeking financial support to obtain information.
  • Likewise, after the conclusion of their summer placement, HRP helps students to build on their fellowship experience through the law school curriculum, clinical work, and third-year writing.
  • Furthermore, many students have drawn on their experience to write articles published in the Harvard Human Rights Journal and elsewhere.


  • The Program encourages interns to work in organizations that are actively involved in monitoring and responding to human rights violations, grassroots mobilization, or similar activities.
  • Moreover, students are free to seek out organizations and design new internships.
  • Furthermore, it is a wonderful opportunity for young people as years of experience have left HRP with a rich source of information on NGOs and the experiences of past interns.

For application procedure and further details, visit the official website.


Type of Opportunity Academic Job
Deadline01 February,2020
Company NameHarvard University



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