The Center provides many opportunities to undergraduate students, from internships, to opportunities for research and career objectives, as well as poverty-related courses. Sign up for updates on opportunities for undergraduates with this form.
Up to $120,000 is available to Undergraduate and Graduate Students for service projects or research aimed at addressing poverty issues both domestically and in a developing country! Students of all majors are eligible to apply!
Application deadlines are as follows:
PATA (Undergraduate) Grant: February 28, 2017
PASS (Graduate) Grant: March 31, 2017
The Undergraduate Public Policy Internship provides an opportunity for undergraduate students to work closely with Center for Poverty Research staff to research current state and federal legislation to help disseminate the Center’s latest research.
In addition, interns receive training and mentorship to plan and execute a major outreach project. Previous year’s projects include Faculty Affiliate videos on poverty, social media campaigns, a survey of federal legislators and infographics.