Harvard Clubs SCSF

The Harvard Clubs Summer Community Service Fellowship (SCSF) Program enables Harvard undergraduates to perform public service in one of several communities across the country (see below for a full list). SCSF is coordinated through the joint efforts of the Center for Public Service and Engaged Scholarship and the Harvard Alumni Association (HAA). Local Clubs commit to funding a summer intern and raise money from their alumni/ae base. Typically, students identify internships of their choosing with support from our office. In their applications, students will write a project narrative (max. 750 words) proposing a project they would like to work on.  Students must also submit copies of their resume, unofficial transcript, and a project budget.  A letter of sponsorship must be submitted from the student's host organization in order to receive funding from our office. Given the current public health guidelines and University policy, internships for Summer 2021 are expected to be remote. The deadline for the Harvard Clubs Summer Community Service Fellowship has passed but applications to the following Clubs will be considered on a rolling basis until April 18th at 11:59pm ET. Students should apply via CARAT

2021 Participating Harvard Clubs and Shared Interest Groups (SIGs) with Rolling Deadlines:

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