Thomas H. Kean Internship in Public Policy Endowment
Endowed in 2013 by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation in honor of Thomas H. Kean. To support student internship experiences that provide a real-world introduction to public policy, with a strong emphasis on health and health care policy. Awarded to students who are studying public health, political science, sociology, anthropology, economics, and/or related fields and who have a demonstrated interest in exploring a professional career in public policy and health policy. Available for paid or unpaid internships.
Students interested in applying for this award can do so through the Internship Award Application Form.
Funds will be distributed based upon availability per term. No awards are guaranteed for any student. Internship awards cannot be used for tuition reimbursement. Internship awards are not guaranteed for any student. All internship awards/funds are taxed per federal tax law. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have further questions.