World of Work Fellowships

  • Eliana Ellenberger

    Eliana Ellenberger ’20 | Schepen’s Eye Research Institute, Boston, MA

  • Dario Alves

    Dario Alves ’21 | Evandro Carvalho: Democrat for District Attorney, Mattapan, MA

  • Mina Bond

    Mina Bond ’19 | ImprovBoston, Cambridge, MA

Brandeis University's World of Work (WOW) fellowship supports undergraduate students who pursue unpaid summer internships. The competitive program aims to reduce financial obstacles that might preclude students from following their interests, exploring career fields, gaining new skills, and experiencing the World of Work. Last summer, 47 Brandeis students are interning in 20+ industries across 9 states and 5 countries! Follow their journeys into the World of Work on Hiatt's summer internship blog.

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ELIGIBILITY & REQUIREMENTS

APPLICATION INFORMATION AND TIMELINE

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

There are several types of World of Work (WOW) awards that help eliminate financial burdens for students. Funds range from various industries including social justice, business, political science, social work and more. Applicants will be considered for all appropriate sources of funding.

  • World of Work Funding Video

    World of Work funding helps students explore various industries and job markets across several different states and countries.