Events

Special Spring PKG Fellowships Application Deadline

Special Spring PKG Fellowships Application Deadline

Thanks to the program guaranteeing each undergraduate a funded Experiential Learning Opportunity (ELO) this academic year, we are offering up to 6 spring semester PKG Fellowships for eligible undergraduates. If you have not yet received an ELO that is funded through central guarantee funding, then you are eligible to apply. Note that the Fellowships are competitive. Click here for more information on applying.

IDEAS Proposal Deadline

IDEAS Proposal Deadline

Submit your proposal by 11:59 pm on January 24, 2021. Application guidelines will be updated by late September and can be found here.

PKG IAP Health Showcase

PKG IAP Health Showcase

3:00 – 5:00 PM

More details coming soon!

PKG Spring Break Info Session

PKG Spring Break Info Session

5:00 PM

Attend this info session to learn more about our week-long PKG Spring Break experience that connects you with a variety of nonprofit, government, and community partners working on the front lines to advance issues you care about. Registration link coming soon!

*We are monitoring the situation with COVID-19 and will update the PKG Spring Break program as needed.

Davis Projects for Peace Application Deadline

Davis Projects for Peace Application Deadline

Submit your application by 12:00 noon EST. Application guidelines can be found here.

CIFI Spring Application Deadline

CIFI Spring Application Deadline

February 5th, 5:00 PM

These opportunities (each accepting multiple students) are part of a collaborative program between Brigham & Women’s Hospital (BWH) Division of Global Health Equity (DGHE) and the PKG Center, along with other organizations involved in the COVID-19 initiative on Navajo Nation, including other Navajo Nation organizations/partners and Partners in Health. As part of this experience, join a team of MIT student participants that are placed on specific projects with selected supervisors at BWH DGHE. The Division of Global Health Equity is committed to training, research, and service in healthcare to reduce disparities in disease burden and to improve treatment outcomes both domestically and abroad. This particular program will occur remotely, serving the Diné (Navajo) community living on or near the Navajo Nation. Click here or here to apply.