Internship & Job Opportunities

On-Campus Opportunities

The Louis D. Brandeis Legacy Fund for Social Justice supports Brandeis students, enhances campus life, and promotes the issues of social justice that the former U.S. Supreme Court justice championed throughout his life.

The mission of Experiential Learning and Teaching at Brandeis is to help students learn from their experiences and to create experiences from which students will learn. 

This grant was established by Brian Saber '84 in 1993 in memory of his father, Richard Saber. The grant is awarded every fall to a Brandeis undergraduate to support a research project in the field of Women's and Gender Studies. The grant is designed to fund original research using the library, laboratory or community. The recipient will be asked to speak briefly about his or her research project at the WGS undergraduate commencement in May.

  • Summer Internships: The Research Circle on Democracy and Cultural Pluralism invites proposals for funding from Sophomores or Juniors in the Social Sciences and Humanities to support work in internships during summer 2010 on issues related to the broad topic of "democracy and cultural pluralism."

  • Summer Honors Research: The Research Circle on Democracy and Cultural Pluralism invites proposals from Juniors in the Social Sciences and Humanities planning to write a Senior Honors Thesis next year, and their advisors, for Circle funding to support preliminary research for the honors thesis this summer. Theses must address a question related to the broad topic of "democracy and cultural pluralism."

  • Undergraduate Democracy Research Assistantships: The Research Circle on Democracy and Cultural Pluralism invites applications for our undergraduate Democracy Research Assistantship from students in the Social Sciences and Humanities completing their Sophomore or Junior year this semester. The Assistantship provides funding for student research in support of a research project conducted by a member of the Brandeis University faculty, on issues of cultural pluralism and democracy.

Global Brandeis compiles a variety of study/work abroad opportunities on their website.

Off-Campus Opportunities

AYUDA is a non-profit, public health focused,volunteer-based organization that empowers youth to serve as agents of change in diabetes communities abroad. They do this by partnering with local organizations throughout Latin America and leading volunteer trips to support them with various outreach initiatives (such as educational workshops, summer camps for youth living with diabetes, and awareness initiatives), which are taking place in the Dominican Republic and Ecuador.

For more information, please visit the AYUDA website or call 571-766-6478.

The French Cultural Center of Boston is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide an authentic French cultural and social experience for the purpose of personal enrichment and greater understanding of the diverse peoples of the French-speaking world. We are looking for qualified volunteers to help with administrative tasks, cultural programs and special events.

Full scholarships for intensive language study at the Middlebury Summer Language Schools in: Arabic, Chinese, Hebrew, Japanese, Portuguese, and Russian.

Language and Cultural Enrichment (LaCE) is a tutoring and mentoring program that pairs Brandeis students with English Language Learners (ELL) from the Kennedy Middle School in Waltham in order to build the ELL students' confidence in speaking English. Volunteers have the opportunity to share American culture with new immigrants, build meaningful relationships with students, work closely with other Brandeis students with similar interests and, most importantly, have fun! LaCE meets from 3:00-5:00 p.m. on Thursdays.

Email wg.lace@gmail.com for more information and to contact one of the coordinators listed below.

Studied French? Thinking of Law School?

Consider McGill University's Faculty of Law in Montreal, Quebec, where students study in both French and English in their bilingual, bi-jural program, and graduate with a bachelor of common law and bachelor of civil law.

Application period: February 1 - April 7, 2022 

The North American Language and Culture Assistants Program (NALCAP) is an educational outreach initiative the Education Office of the Embassy of Spain sponsored by the Ministry of Education of Spain. NALCAP falls under the category of public diplomacy programs. As a language assistant, award recipients fulfill the role of a cultural ambassador through the promotion of English language learning and mutual understanding through cultural exchange. As such, their role is to encourage students of all ages in Spain to broaden their knowledge of the language and culture of the United States of America.

Positions are offered all across Spain, running from October 1st to May 31st for most assignments. NALCAP recipients receive a monthly stipend to cover living expenses of 700 to 1000 euros and medical insurance from either the national government of Spain or the regional governments of Spain, depending on the placements awarded. Hours of assistant teaching range from 12 to 16 hours per week. This is a remarkable international cooperation program in which nearly 40,000 Americans have participated since 2005 and have taken away an experience that will last an entire lifetime.

You can find further information on the program in the NALCAP website and in this promotional video.

With its expertise in fostering international exchanges and unique mix of educational programs, WorldBoston continues to build on its distinguished tradition of promoting dialogue among leaders, cross-cultural connections and public learning.