2021 Summer Funding Updates
Strategies for Finding College Funding
- Find out which departments have indicated they'll be offering funding for summer 2021: This list and its details are constantly changing, so please check back often to stay updated. We encourage students to reach out to the departments/offices directly for the most-up-to-date information.
- Abide by the deadlines: Make sure to keep on top of deadlines and application procedures (JobX, websites, email, etc). Although many of the deadlines are in February, some are earlier or later.
- Contact Departments: Students are highly encouraged to contact the respective departments/staff members for more information and to apply.
- Number of Applications: There is no limit to the number of grants for which students can apply, but the total amount that a student may receive per summer is $4,800. For Summer 2021, we are, especially, encouraging students to diversify their search by exploring many different opportunities.
- Filing Taxes: Students are responsible for reporting earnings to the IRS. If you're an international student, a portion of your stipend may be withheld. Please consult the Business Office and your tax professional for more information.
- Summer Opportunities Fair: The fair takes place yearly during the fall semester. Departments come and talk to students about summer opportunities and resources offered. For 2020-21 AY, this is on-hold until further notice.
|Summer Research Opportunities||Humanities, Natural Sciences/Engineering, Social Sciences|
|Creative Writing Stipend||
The English Department's Morrell-Potter Summer Stipend in Creative Writing provides a $4,500 prize to students who demonstrate exceptional promise in composing prose or poetry.
|CIL||Open to first-years, sophomores, and juniors ONLY. The CIL will provide a $4,800 stipend per student seeking an internship, research opportunity, etc. in innovation, management, entrepreneurship, or leadership. Deadline to apply is early Spring semester.|
|Swarthmore Future Entrepreneur Program||
Internships at local start up companies through a partnership with Ben Franklin Technology Partners. Students can apply to posted internships and interview with participating start-up companies. If selected, students will gain experience working for a start up while gaining insight into the entrepreneurial world.
|Rubin Scholar Mentoring Program||
This program offers a limited number of paid summer internships. It provides Rubin Scholars with an opportunity to work with a mentor to develop and strengthen career goals.
|Hope Reichbach Memorial Fund||Available to New York City residents with demonstrated financial need. The Fund provides scholarships for students who take internships in civic leadership and community organizing|
Internships at public policy and nonprofit organizations; provides a stipend and covers housing/travel costs
Sponsors-paid internships at museums and arts organizations throughout LA County for multicultural residents of Los Angeles County
|Clinton Global Initiative||
The Clinton Global Initiative University Outstanding Commitment Awards are grants given to exceptional student Commitments to Action aimed at improving communities and lives around the world. All currently enrolled students (both undergraduate and graduate) may apply for these awards.
|Offers funding to individuals who are dedicated to social improvement and service. Offered in various fields of research. Projects may designed by you or you can apply for pre-designed opportunities constructed by organizations (email for login information).|