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Summer Internship Grants

Chinaza Asiegbu (History, African Studies, 2022) conducted a remote internship with UNESCO in 2020.
Chinaza Asiegbu

Over the years the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies (CES) has offered Harvard College students invaluable professional and cultural experiences through its an enriching program of internships in some of the highest European public service offices, private enterprises, and research institutions. These opportunities have enabled students to expand horizons while learning and honing new skills in an international environment, spurred academic inquiry on European issues, and built a lifelong appreciation for European cultures.

Applications for the summer of 2023 are now open via CARAT. The deadline for submission is February 10, 2023.

Application Details

CES provides Harvard undergraduates two options to receive funding for European internships:

1) Tailor an internship to their interests and apply for CES funding; or

2) Apply for one the Center's pre-negotiated internships:

Center for Applied Non-Violent Action and Strategies (Serbia)
Center for Hellenic Studies (Greece)
Democracy and Culture Foundation (Greece)
Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation (The Netherlands)
Mostar Summer Youth Program (Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Renew Europe Group of the European Parliament (Belgium)

Laura Falloon
Laura Falloon

Questions? Contact CES Program Coordinator


Program Coordinator, Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies, Harvard University

2022 Internship Recipients

2022 Internship Recipients
2022 Internship Recipients

The following students attended virtual summer internships supported by CES in the summer of 2022. View the list here.


Past Internship Recipients (2012-2021)

Kyra Colbert (Government, 2021) had a virtual internship with the Centre for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies (CANVAS) in Serbia in 2020.

Student Profiles

A Seat at the Table: Bridging the Gap between Europe and Africa

A Seat at the Table: Bridging the Gap between Europe and Africa

Sarah Palmer on May 19, 2021

Chinaza Asiegbu (History, Secondary in African Studies and French Citation, 2022) received a Summer Internship Grant from CES in 2020 to conduct a virtual internship at the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization in Paris. She also participated in the Europe in Washington Workshop on Democracy and Transatlantic Relations, made possible by a generous grant from Elizabeth Sherwood-Randall (AB ’81) who currently serves as White House Homeland Security Adviser.


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