Goldman Fellows Program
​The 2013 Goldman Fellows.

Providing $4,000 summer stipends for community-based internships in the St. Louis region.

The Goldman Fellows Program is a unique opportunity for undergraduates to spend a summer in St. Louis with other WU students who care about the St. Louis community.  The program supports undergraduates who secure unpaid summer internships at nonprofit, community, or governmental organizations in the St. Louis region. 
 
The program aims to:
• Provide students with a distinctive, well-structured cohort experience that provides public service career experience and a more intimate knowledge of St. Louis
• Increase capacity for community-based organizations by providing talented interns
 
Program components include the stipend (THIS STIPEND IS SUBJECT TO INCOME TAX SO FINAL AMOUNT WILL BE LESS THAN $4,000), a day-long retreat, and regular meetings to explore St. Louis and discuss learning from internships.

Learn more:

The Gephardt Institute is hosting an upcoming information session on the program:

Thursday, March 5 at 5:00 p.m. -- Gephardt Institute, Danforth University Center, Suite 340


Applications are due April 2. Apply here: 2015 Goldman Fellows Program Application.docx2015 Goldman Fellows Program Application.docx. 2015 Organizational Agreement.docx2015 Organizational Agreement.docx


2015 GOLDMAN FELLOWS

Hannah Davison, a sophomore majoring in international and area studies (global cultural studies track) with a minor in Korean, has accepted an internship at the International Institute of Metropolitan St. Louis.

Jenna Epstein, a junior majoring in international and area studies (development track) and French, has accepted an internship with the St. Louis Mosaic Project (affiliated with the World Trade Center of St. Louis).

Anisha Glanton, a junior majoring in women, gender, and sexuality studies, has accepted an internship at NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri.

Amanda Harris, a junior majoring in anthropology: global health and the environment, has accepted an internship at Health Literacy Missouri.

William Krueger, a sophomore majoring in American culture studies with a minor in writing, has accepted an internship at the Office of the Mayor of the City of St. Louis.

Jaydee Lee, a sophomore majoring in education and women, gender and sexuality studies, has accepted an internship at Bread and Roses.

Adi Radhakrishnan, a junior majoring in philosophy-neuroscience-psychology, has accepted an internship at the Alzheimer’s Association.

Alexis Sprague, a sophomore majoring in marketing and psychology, has accepted an internship at Susan G. Komen.

Nina Stoller, a sophomore majoring in American culture studies (public policy concentration) with a minor in mathematics, has accepted an internship at the Forum for Youth Investment.

Jessica Sun, a sophomore majoring in fine art, has accepted an internship Operation Food Search.

Nathan Vogt, a sophomore majoring in electrical engineering, has accepted an internship at LaunchCode.

 




Click here to learn about past Goldman Fellows.
 
For questions please contact Program Manager Jenni Harpring at jharpring@wustl.edu or 935-8182.
 

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