Internships & Research Abroad Campus Partner Programs

In addition to the Global Research and Internship Program and the Penn Global Research Institutes offered by Penn Abroad, many other Penn centers and academic departments offer internship and research abroad opportunities during the summer. As a participant in any of the Penn campus partner programs below, you will gain access to generous funding from Penn Abroad to offset travel expenses and support your experience abroad.

Explore internship and research abroad opportunities through our Penn campus partners below.

CASI Summer Internship Program in India

CASI Logo The Center for the Advanced Study of India (CASI) offers fully-funded summer internship opportunities to Penn students eager to explore modern India. CASI partners with nonprofit organizations and companies that work on a range of challenging contemporary issues, including public health, rural development, environmental sustainability, education, gender, and social enterprise.

Applicants must be full-time, degree-seeking students at the University of Pennsylvania. No language skills, international travel, or previous work experience is required. All majors a encouraged to apply! The CASI Summer Internship Program is 8 - 10 weeks long and will take place between May and August, 2022.

Since 2007, CASI has funded more than 200 Penn students to work with 17 organizations across India. This program is funded through generous support from CASI donors and Penn Abroad’s Global Research & Internship Program (GRIP).

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Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

Pulitzer Center LogoThe Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting is an innovative, award-winning non-profit journalism organization supporting in-depth engagement with underreported global affairs. Their Campus Consortium offers International Reporting Fellowships for students at participating institutions.  Penn students can expand their global education by applying for one of these Fellowships focused on Latin America / Caribbean, the Middle East, and North Africa, or South Asia. Full-time undergraduate or master’s-level students, returning in the same full-time status in the fall are eligible. Pulitzer Center editors and advisers work closely with Fellows on storytelling strategies, reporting methods, and travel logistics. Applicants must commit to the fellowship for a minimum of 8-10 weeks abroad. This means asking questions and going deep into stories. Fellows benefit from Pulitzer Center mentorship, networking opportunities, and journalism resources. Most importantly, they become part of a vibrant community. Their work—articles, multimedia, and documentary photography—will be featured on the Pulitzer Center website and in other news outlets. 

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