Class Years Eligible
The Princeton School of Public and International Affairs Undergraduate Program has funding available for summer grants to Princeton School of Public and International Affairs Undergraduate Program juniors for internships in governmental or non-profit organizations in public policy or international affairs.
Number of Projects / Participants in Previous Year
Number of Weeks
Type of Support
The Undergraduate Program provides internship funding only to Princeton School of Public and International affair students for student initiated internships. The internship grants are usually between $2,700 and $4,500.
Internships must be unpaid, full-time and at least six weeks in duration. Internships can take place in the U.S. or abroad and do not need to be related to the student's senior thesis research topic. Students may apply for funding through the University's Student Activities Funding Engine (SAFE).