Thanks to the generous support of alumni and friends who have provided gifts and endowments over the years, the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs is able to provide a number of fellowships and internships to UCLA Luskin students. Currently enrolled first-year Public Policy, Social Welfare, and Urban Planning students are eligible to apply for awards. These competitive awards range from modest stipends to one year of tuition remission.
internship and research award applications due to CCLE site Friday, May 6 by
5pm. Internship awards are intended for non-paid internships.
Michael S. Dukakis Internship Program
Professor Michael Dukakis spearheaded this internship program to provide UCLA Luskin students with first-hand public service experience in government. As power shifts from Washington D.C. to the state and local level, the need for talented public servants has never been greater. The Michael S. Dukakis Internship Program provides awards for UCLA Luskin continuing students serving in non-partisan internships in government, with a special emphasis on California. Click here for more information.
Special Note: UCLA Luskin is supporting the US Department of Commerce Office of White House Liaison Internship Program. Internship placements with a focus on California government may qualify for a Dukakis Internship award! See attached for application information.
Established in 2001, the Canadian Studies Program at UCLA fosters a better understanding of Canadian society and its relationship with the United States. The Edward Hildebrand Program’s ambition is to train a new breed of policy-makers knowledgeable about Canadian society and well-versed in Canada-U.S. relations and affairs. Click here for more information.
The Monica Salinas Latino Award is presented to continuing graduate students at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs who have an interest in public policy issues affecting the Latino community. Of particular interest are the contributions and achievements of the emerging Hispanic community as it plays an increasingly important role in this country's social, economic, cultural and political life. Click here for more information.