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Guggenheim Summer Internship Program

Generously funded by the Daniel and Florence Guggenheim Foundation, Oscar S. Straus II Fellows in Criminal Justice are a group of Princeton University, Columbia University, and Barnard College students who intern each summer in the metropolitan New York area, at criminal justice non-profit organizations where they engage in direct client service, while working in legal services, social services, or policy and research. Launched in 1996, the Guggenheim program encourages students to develop on-the-job understanding of issues and successful programs in the fields of criminal justice, to learn about policy innovations, and to consider careers or further education in fields related to criminal justice.

Students Eligible: 
Princeton undergrads
Class Years Eligible: 
Freshmen
Sophomores
Juniors
Division: 
Humanities
Social Sciences
Number of Weeks: 
8-10 weeks
Program Type: 
Internships
Application Deadline: 
February
Research Type: 
Creative
Data Analysis
Survey
Theoretical
Support Provided: 
Interns receive a $450 weekly stipend for 8-10 weeks.
Type of Support: 
Paid
Number of Projects / Participants in Previous Year: 
7-10 Princeton participants (16-20 total)

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