The Community Service Fellowship's Summer Internship is a competitive, 10-week paid summer program. Each year, six Harvard GSD students are selected to work in community and nonprofit organizations, federal and state agencies. The student work must be design or planning oriented. Preference is given to projects that are based in the greater Boston area.
Fellows are awarded a stipend of up to $7000. Students submit proposals for a community service project by March 14, 2014. A Faculty Committee selects Fellows and makes awards to fund summer employment.
Recent sponsoring organizations include:
A Better City, Boston, MA
Boston Redevelopment Authority, Boston, MA
Cambridge Community Development Dept., Cambridge, MA
Green Development Center, Local Initiatives Support Corp. (LISC), Boston, MA
Mass Design Group, Boston, MA
Office of Community Development, City of Everett, Everett, MA
Somerville Community Corporation, Somerville, MA
All GSD students with appropriate work experience who will be returning to the GSD in the fall following the Fellowship are eligible to apply for funding.
Contact Meryl Golden, Director of Career Services, for more information on the Community Service Fellowship Programs.
Read about the projects & organizations of the 2013 Community Service Fellows.