B.A. Rudolph Foundation Scholarship
The B.A. Rudolph Foundation champions the educational and professional development of women for whom a small amount of support could make a significant difference. The Foundation offers scholarships for women seeking unpaid internships in public service and the sciences, as well as a mentorship program and networking opportunities.
Each spring, the Foundation accepts applications for scholarships to help offset expenses while furthering academic and career goals through a summer internship. The internship scholarships will be awarded to those women who best embody the mission and values of the Foundation. They will be socially responsible, progressive, and driven women of high academic and moral caliber. Strong applicants will have previous roles in leadership positions and volunteer organizations. The B.A. Rudolph Foundation is committed to the principle of diversity in all areas. In that spirit, we are particularly dedicated to reaching applicants from a broad spectrum of qualified people. Applicants with diverse backgrounds, experiences, ability and perspectives are encouraged to apply.
Approximately four to five scholars are chosen each year, for each of the three internship scholarships. The final number of accepted scholars will be determined by a number of factors, including the number and caliber of applicants, and the Foundation’s budget for the year.
- Comparative / Regional Studies
- International Affairs - General
- Peace and Conflict Resolution
- Public or Intercultural Communication
- Public Policy and Administration
- Science and Technology
- Security Studies
- Sustainable Development
- Current Graduate Students
- Current Undergraduates
- Multicultural Students
- Young Professionals