Effective Date: Annually
Overview / Summary
The Nicholas School is pleased to be able to provide limited financial support (seed funding) to help our MEM, MF, and DEL-MEM students support their international summer internship or research projects.
The Nicholas School is pleased to be able to provide access to competitive limited financial support (seed funding) to help our MEM, MF, and DEL-MEM students support their international summer internship or research projects. Each of the internship grants has a set of criteria describing what would be supported. Deadlines are mid-March, with awards made in early April.
To be eligible and apply for International Internship funding you must be in good academic standing, be returning for at least one academic term after completion of internship or summer research project and attend a MANDATORY grant writing workshop offered early spring term.
The Nicholas School offers competitive grant sources to support international internships or summer research projects. All internship grants require a minimum of 8 weeks in-country, an in-country host organization, and a grant proposal connecting your project to the specific criteria for each grant. Nicholas School International Grants:
- Kuzmier-Lee-Nikitine Fund
- Nicholas School International Internship Fund
- David Brower Fund
- Whitney Chamberlin Fund
Grant criteria and application process for these international Internship grants are found on Duke Environment Career Link.