The Berkman Klein Center (for Internet and Society ) at Harvard University calls for fellowship applications for 2020-2021 through an annual open call. The center encourages applications from scholars, practitioners, innovators, engineers, artists, and others committed to understand and advance the public interests. Additionally, through the program, the center seeks to advance its collective work and give it a new direction and to deepen and broaden its networked community.
Inspired by its mission statement, the Berkman Klein Center’s fellowship program provides an opportunity for some of the world’s most innovative thinkers and changemakers to come together to share ideas, find camaraderie, and spawn new initiatives. Along with that, from their diverse backgrounds, Berkman Klein Center students bring fresh ideas, skills, passion, and connections to the Center and its community. Additionally, fellows actively design and participate in weekly all-fellows sessions, working groups, skill shares, hacking and development sessions.
The center evaluates the following criteria to consider applicants for the Berkman Klein Center Fellowship Program
Berkman Klein fellowships awarded through the open call for applications are rarely stipended. However, in the following academic year, the center will award a small number of stipends. Specifically, this funding will be awarded to people from communities who are underrepresented in fields related to the internet and society.
Visit the official website for further details and application procedures.
|Type of Opportunity||Scholarships and Fellowships|
|Organizer||Berkman Klein Center|
|Contact the organizer||https://cyber.harvard.edu/|