Harvard College students who have their own summer public service projects in mind are encouraged to submit grant proposals to our office. Below, you'll find a brief overview of CPIC's three grant sources, but please click through the left navigation menu for more comprehensive program information. Students who receive grants from CPIC are expected to adhere to the terms outlined in the "CPIC Summer Fellows - Expectations for Students and Organizations" document (this will be posted in November 2018).
Arthur Liman Public Interest Law Summer Fellowship Program: students can work anywhere in the U.S. on a public interest law project and earn a stipend of $5,000; three to five students are typically selected to participate in this program; this program has a January 11, 2019 student application deadline.
Harvard Clubs Summer Community Service Fellowship Program: we anticipate that over 20 Harvard Clubs and Shared Interest Groups will be raising money to support student public service projects; stipends range from $3,000 to $5,000 per award; this program has a March 1, 2019 student application deadline.
Summer Federal Work-Study Program for Public Service: students can earn up to $4,000 for summer service working in the U.S.; students must be U.S. citizens to be eligible for federal work-study funding; this program has an April 15, 2019 student application deadline.
|2019 Arthur Liman Public Interest Law Fellowship Application||151 KB|
|2019 Harvard Clubs Summer Community Service Fellowship Application||176 KB|
|2019 Summer Federal Work-Study Program Application||93 KB|