Harvard Club of Dallas Summer Community Service Fellowship Program
Dear Harvard Community,
Each summer, Harvard Club of Dallas sponsors a current undergraduate student from the Dallas area to pursue a summer internship locally in a public service field. This is the mission of our Betsey Bradley and Hal Urschel M.D. Community Service Fund. The program, known as the Harvard Clubs’ Summer Community Service Fellowship, is provided in partnership with the Center for Public Interest Careers and run through the Phillips Brooks House at Harvard.
For the last three summers, the Harvard Club of Dallas has facilitated one or more undergraduates to return to Dallas to pursue a community service fellowship, something they might not be able to afford without our financial help. The applications are vetted in Cambridge, then decided locally. These provide great returns to our community, great experiences for the undergraduate student, and benefits our Club. We rely on our Alumni and Club members to make this possible.
Because we provide each student a stipend between $2500 and $4000 (depending on the length of their internship), we need your financial support. Every donation helps us meet our goal of enabling these exceptional students to explore a public service career.
Can you spare $100.00 - or whatever makes sense for you - for a great, well-intentioned kid? Donations can be made online by clicking here or by sending a check to our Club Administrator at the address listed below. All donations are tax deductible.
Harvard Club of Dallas
12900 Preston Road, Suite 1210
Dallas, TX 75230
As examples of what this internship can mean for students and our community, please take a look at the short video below from a recent recipient, Victoria Jones '17 or click here to view the testimonial from our 2013 summer intern Rachael Apfel.
If you have any questions, please contact one of us. Thank you!
Stuart Jones/Shareea Woods (VP - Philanthropy)
Rebecca Dubowy Posten (Chairman of the Board of Directors)
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