Due to a generous donation from Asian philanthropist Li Ka Shing, students participating in a Hinckley Institute of Politics International Internship are eligible for an international internship scholarship. The goal of the international internship program is to provide students experience in global public policy, service, business, and politics as well as foster greater understanding among peoples, cultures, and governments.
Students may apply to receive an international cash award scholarship through the Hinckley Institute ranging from $500 to $5,000 to assist with tuition, travel, housing, and living expenses. Click here for the application.
All Washington, DC, Interns are given a scholarship of approximately $800/month and subsidized housing. Some internship offices pay additional scholarships.
Students doing a local internship are invited to apply for a Dan Jones Future Leaders, Margaret Rampton, Pete Suazo Local Internship, and Todd Taylor Memorial scholarships. Scholarships are limited in number, students must apply . Interns will receive scholarship funds after internship has been completed. Applications are generally due the last day of classes of each semester.
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The Hinckley Institute of Politics has opened doors to successful careers in the public and private sectors for over 4,000 former interns and scholarship winners. Help provide opportunities to current students by giving back to the Hinckley Institute.