Mindich Service Fellowships offer Harvard College students the premier opportunity to explore public service work for 10 weeks during the summer. Through the Mindich Service Fellowship Program, the Center for Public Service and Engaged Scholarship has developed partnerships with several leading public service organizations across the U.S. Participating fellows will receive a $4,000 stipend. All Mindich Service Fellows will be matched with a mentor from our alumni/ae network. Mindich Service Fellows will attend community-based events in their host city and participate in professional development discussions, facilitated by staff. This program bridges connections between academics and service.
The Mindich Service Fellowship program is made possible through the support of Eric Mindich '88 and Stacey Mindich. In addition to sponsoring 75 summer fellows, the Mindich Family has also provided support to launch a program in engaged scholarship at Phillips Brooks House. This program bridges connections between academics and service.
Note about Eligibility: If you are currently on leave but plan to re-enroll in the Fall 2021, you may participate in our programming. If you plan to apply to one of our summer programs, reach out to your Resident Dean as soon as possible to request to be approved to return from leave. You must be approved to return from leave by the Ad Board before accepting our offer to participate. Students graduating in May 2021 are also eligible to apply.
Applications for the Second Round Mindich Service Fellowships are due on April 11th. Please visit this page to learn more.