Public Policy and Finance Internships for Princeton Undergraduates
The Julis-Rabinowitz Center for Public Policy and Finance (JRC) has funding available for substantive undergraduate internships in the areas of financial markets and public policy in the U.S. or abroad. The internships must be unpaid, full-time and last a minimum of 6 weeks.
Juniors currently enrolled at Princeton are eligible to apply to JRC internships. These grants are not open to graduating seniors, Princeton students on a leave of absence, or students at other universities. Applications for funding for substantive work at government organizations such as the Treasury’s Office of Financial Research, the Securities and Exchange Commission, or non-profits such as microfinance institutions, are encouraged.
Internship grants vary between $2,700-$4,500. Students may apply for funding through the University's Student's Actitivies Funding Engine (SAFE).