Guggenheim Internships in Criminal Justice
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 at New York City criminal justice non-profit organizations. Here they engage in direct client services, legal services, social services, and policy research.
This program was launched in 1996 and supports 16 to 20 internships, each provided with a $5,000 stipend. The Guggenheim program intends for students to develop a real-world understanding of legal issues in criminal justice, learn about policy innovations, and consider future careers or further education in fields related to criminal justice.
Seniors are not eligible to apply for the Guggenheim internships.
* Additional funds are available on a by-application basis for issues such as: high cost of living, required costs of internship and financial need
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