Providing $3500 summer stipends for community-based internships in the St. Louis region.
Required paperwork for your employer.
The Goldman Fellows Program is a unique opportunity for undergraduates to spend a summer in St. Louis with other WU students who care about the St. Louis community. The program supports undergraduates who secure unpaid summer internships at nonprofit, community, or governmental organizations in the St. Louis region.
The program aims to:
• Provide students with a distinctive, well-structured cohort experience that provides public service career experience and a more intimate knowledge of St. Louis
• Increase capacity for community-based organizations by providing talented interns
Program components include the stipend (THIS STIPEND IS SUBJECT TO INCOME TAX SO FINAL AMOUNT WILL BE LESS THAN $3500), a day-long retreat, and regular meetings to explore St. Louis and discuss learning from internships.
Please secure your internship prior to applying. You may consult our office for internship ideas. The DEADLINE for the Goldman Fellows Application is April 3rd, 2013 by 5pm.
2012 Goldman Fellows
Anna Applebaum, a junior double majoring in French and interdisciplinary project in the humanities, interned with the Wyman Center.
Meera Basu, a sophomore double majoring in anthropology and biology, interned iwith the St. Louis Crisis Nursery.
Marcus Brown, a junior majoring in urban studies, internedwith the Kirkland Economic Development Corp LLC.
Olivia Cosentino, a sophomore double majoring in Spanish and Latin American studies, interned with Legal Services of Eastern Missouri.
Ryan Geczi, a freshman double majoring in finance and economics and strategy, interned with Mission: St. Louis.
Noah Hart, a junior majoring in anthropology, interned with AmericaSCORES.
Sally Rausch, a sophomore majoring in international area studies, interned with the Missouri Coalition for the Environment and Gateway Greening.
Lyda Rossi, a sophomore majoring in anthropology, interned with the International Institute of St. Louis.
Alissa Stavig, a junior double majoring in anthropology and physics, interned with Beyond Housing.
Jennifer Tucker, a junior double majoring in Spanish and biology, interned with the Contraceptive CHOICE Project.
to learn about the 2011 Goldman Fellows.
For questions please contact Program Manager Jenni Harpring at email@example.com