Oak Human Rights Internships
The Oak Institute for Human Rights is pleased to announce the creation of the Oak Internship Program supported by a generous gift from the Oak Foundation. The award is intended to allow students to complement their academic work and foreign study with internships at institutions that work on issues of human rights, broadly defined.
- Up to $5,000
- Supplemental Questions
- How does this experience tie into the mission of the Oak Institute?
- Please upload a PDF of your unofficial transcript.
- Are you applying for funding from any source recommended to you in this system other than the Oak Institute?
- Please send a request to a current or former employer willing to give you a reference. They will be asked to fill out a brief questionnaire. Please give them prior notice of your specific plans and explain that references are due by December 18, 2020. The committee will make a decision by November 20 but funding will be conditional on a positive reference by December 18.
- Are you applying for funding from any source recommended to you in this system other than the Oak Institute for Human Rights Internships?