Goldman Fellows Program

The Goldman Fellows Program is a unique opportunity for undergraduates to spend a summer in St. Louis with other WashU 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. Goldman Fellows receive $4000 summer stipends for community-based internships in the St. Louis region.

Provide students with a distinctive, well-structured cohort experience that provides community-based or nonprofit career experience and a more intimate knowledge of St. Louis

Program components include the stipend, a day-long retreat, and regular meetings to explore St. Louis and discuss learning from internships. Please note that the stipend is subject to income tax, making final earnings less than $4,000.

Applications for Goldman Fellows open in the spring semester. For questions please contact program coordinator Tim Dugan.

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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.

Lauren Chase, a freshman majoring in American culture studies, interned with Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE).

Daniel Giuffra, a freshman majoring in philosophy, neuroscience, and psychology, interned with Tobacco Free Missouri.

Robin Harvey, a junior majoring in environment biology, interned with the Office of the Mayor, Department of Sustainability.

Celia Hensey, a sophomore majoring in environmental biology, interned with the Open Space Council.

Rachel Hoffman, a junior majoring in African and African American studies and anthropology, interned with Health Literacy Missouri.

Abisola Jegede, a sophomore majoring in American culture studies, interned with the Diversity Awareness Partnership.

Marissa Klein, a junior majoring in psychology with minors in biology and children’s studies, interned with with the Queen of Peace Center.

Amy Krause, a junior majoring in biology and anthropology: global health and the environment, interned with NARAL Pro-Choice Missouri.

Ian Lever, a sophomore majoring in economics, strategy and Arabic, interned with Arch Grants.

Seth Newman, a junior majoring in anthropology, interned with Lewis Place Historical Preservation.

Adriana Sisley, a sophomore majoring in philosophy, neuroscience, and psychology, interned with Rape and Violence End Now (RAVEN).

Jack West, a sophomore majoring in economic, international and area studies, interned with Legal Services of Eastern Missouri.

Click here to download the reflections from 2013 Goldman Fellows.

Ashley Jones, a junior majoring in urban studies with a minor in children’s studies, interned with the Salvation Army.

Ryan Lichtarge, a senior majoring in anthropology with a minor in public health, interned with the St. Louis City Juvenile Detention Center.

Rose McCarty, a senior double majoring in urban studies and psychology, interned with Legal Services of Eastern Missouri.

Brendan McIntyre, a junior double majoring in environmental earth sciences and anthropology, interned with Missourians Organizing for Reform and Empowerment (MORE).

James Meresman, a junior double majoring in political science and history with a minor in Writing, interned with Parents as Teachers.

David Munroe, a sophomore majoring in accounting, interned with St. Louis Artworks.

Sarah Plovnick, a junior double majoring in comparative arts and music with a minor in education studies, interned with the Wyman Center and Orchestrating Diversity.

Lori Schlatter, a senior majoring in philosophy, neuroscience, and psychology, interned with Legal Services of Eastern Missouri.

Alaina Smith, a senior double majoring in women gender & sexuality studies and anthropology, interned with Rape and Violence End Now (RAVEN).

Joan Steffen, a senior majoring in anthropology and double minoring in French and women gender & sexuality studies, interned with the Birth and Wellness Center.​

Click here to download the reflections from 2012 Goldman Fellows.

Anna Applebaum, a junior double majoring in French and interdisciplinary project in the humanities, interned with the Wyman Center.

Meera Basu, a sophomore double majoring in anthropology and biology, interned with the St. Louis Crisis Nursery.

Marcus Brown, a junior majoring in urban studies, interned with the Kirkland Economic Development Corp LLC.

Olivia Cosentino, a sophomore double majoring in Spanish and Latin American studies, interned with Legal Services of Eastern Missouri.

Ryan Geczi, a freshman double majoring in finance and economics and strategy, interned with Mission: St. Louis.

Noah Hart, a junior majoring in anthropology, interned with AmericaSCORES.

Sally Rausch, a sophomore majoring in international area studies, interned with the Missouri Coalition for the Environment and Gateway Greening.

Lyda Rossi, a sophomore majoring in anthropology, interned with the International Institute of St. Louis.

Alissa Stavig, a junior double majoring in anthropology and physics, interned with Beyond Housing.

Jennifer Tucker, a junior double majoring in Spanish and biology, interned with the Contraceptive CHOICE Project.

Click here to download the reflections from 2011 Goldman Fellows.

Rachel Binstock, anthropology major, completed an internship with Patrick Henry Charter Green School.

Daniella Gafen, architecture major with minors in Jewish studies and writing, completed an internship with Landmarks Association.

Shweta Joshi, international and area studies and economics major, completed an internship with South Side Day Nursery.

Kristin Maurer, anthropology and Chinese major with a minor in public health, completed an internship with St. Louis Effort for AIDS.

Lexy Millett, anthropology and economics major with a minor in public health, completed an internship with Nurses for Newborns Foundation.

Julian Nicks, mathematics and finance major with a minor in psychology, completed an internship with Shearwater Education Foundation.

Trae Robison, Spanish and Latin American studies with a minor in biology, completed an internship with the International Institute of St. Louis.

Bram Sable-Smith, international and area studies major with minors in writing and anthropology, completed an internship with The Acts Partnership.

Blair Sackett, urban studies and African & African-American studies major, completed an internship with the Center for Survivors of Torture and War Trauma.

Olivia Young, educational studies and finance major, completed an internship with South City Preparatory Academy.