The Alexis and Laurence Pelosi Endowed Internship Fund will reduce financial barriers for students seeking summer internships, with the aim to diversify the fields of media, politics, and public service
The Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service at the McCourt School of Public Policy is honored to announce the creation of the Alexis and Laurence Pelosi Endowed Internship Fund, which will provide financial support for Georgetown University students whose unique background or personal experiences, when evaluated holistically, would contribute to diversifying the fields of politics, public service, and media.
The Alexis and Laurence Pelosi Endowed Internship Fund will support a summer stipend and experiential learning opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students participating in public service-related internships, specifically:
- Supporting Georgetown students who pursue unpaid internships or obtain an internship that provides a nominal stipend, by providing $3,000 in funding to support their living expenses, including housing and food
- Providing innovative enrichment opportunities for Alexis and Laurence Pelosi Endowed Internship Fund Awardees through trainings and workshops conducted by leading public service professionals in the GU Politics network