Princeton-specific Programs

Princeton-specific Programs

A variety of internships, fellowships and summer programs are available to Princeton students and postgrads through various University offices and Princeton-affiliated programs.

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Some of the opportunities in the programs listed below are posted in Handshake. Check there first, and if you don't find what you are looking for, consult the program websites for additional details.

Internships for Undergraduates

Postgraduate Fellowships

  • Princeton in Africa: PiAf seeks to create a constituency of young people committed to the emergence of Africa as a full partner in the developed world. They offer service fellowships in connection with humanitarian organizations and other agencies serving the African continent. 
  • Princeton in Asia: PiA sponsors over 165 fellowships in 21 countries and is the oldest and largest organization of its kind.
  • Princeton in France: PIF offers a variety of jobs in Paris and regional cities. Typical assignments are in banks, museums, PR organizations, hospitals, camps, publishing or multinationals.
  • Princeton in Latin America: Founded in 2002, Princeton in Latin America (PiLA) is a post-graduate fellowship organization aimed at connecting Princeton graduates with worthwhile organizations throughout Central and South America. 
  • Program in Teacher Preparation: Teacher Prep offers teaching fellowships abroad for the upcoming academic year. Recent Princeton graduates (including graduate students) are eligible to apply.
  • Princeton Project 55, Public Interest Program and Public Health ProgramBoth the PIP and PHP strive to place fellows in substantive paid jobs with public interest organizations that are seeking systemic solutions to critical social problems.
  • Pace - High Meadows Fellowships: Places recent Princeton graduates in two-year positions with nonprofit organizations that aim to protect the environment and build environmental sustainability, or that bring an environmental focus to building community capacity and increasing the self-sufficiency of community residents.