Fellowship and Federal Work-Study Opportunities
Fellowships, summer internships, and work-study can be opportunities for community involvement.
Federal Work-Study eligible students can earn their FWS wages while working in local nonprofits, public schools, and public agencies. In 2018–19, there were more than 80 available positions in over 60 organizations.
FWS-eligible and non-FWS eligible students can get involved in their communities through the Center for Life Beyond Reed, which coordinates a range of fellowships and summer internships. For instance, Davis Projects for Peace funds undergraduate students in the design and implementation of grassroots projects focused on building peace. Reed’s Summer Internship Awards offer funding to support unpaid internships in the public and nonprofit sectors.