The Class of 1967 Internship Program at the Wellesley Centers for Women
Social Science Research Internships for Wellesley College Students
Each year, the Wellesley Centers for Women offers five to six paid internships to Wellesley College students through the Class of 1967 Internship Program. Throughout the academic year, students who participate in the program:
- Gain hands-on social science research experience under the mentorship of a WCW research scientist
- Receive a $3,000 stipend
- Contribute to ongoing research projects or design their own study related to gender equality, social justice, or human wellbeing
- Have the opportunity to co-author papers, attend conferences, present alongside their WCW mentor, or present at Wellesley's Tanner or Ruhlman conferences.
- Make a difference in the world through research and action
The program is open to rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors with a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Throughout the academic year, interns are expected to work an average of 8-10 hours per week, excluding finals week, holidays, and breaks. Interns are required to submit a final report and complete a video or blog post about their experience.
Learn more about the work that former interns and other student employees have done while working at WCW.
Apply in Workday. Log into the “My Wellesley” portal and select “Workday” and “Find a Summer Internship.” Choose "Academic Year Internships at the Wellesley Centers for Women" from the results. Use Career Education's instructions to guide you. Applications for the 2023-24 Academic Year are due 5:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday, March 15, 2023.
Additional mentors for the 2023-24 academic year will be posted shortly.