Puentes Access Grants help bridge the funding gap and support high-achieving BIPOC and low-income students. We recognize that the world is not as equitable as it could and should be. Across the globe, countless academic, political, and social institutions have failed many people for generations. At Puentes, we are committed to diversity, and we strive to make our programs accessible to everyone, regardless of socioeconomic status, identity, race, or background. MORE Details below.
Remote internship has been possible for students while taking classes.
See site for program fees, details about the optional in-person component, and more about summer options.
· In-Person Summer Start Dates: May 29 or June 5 (Buenos Aires City); May 29 (Mendoza); June 5 (Montevideo)
· Priority deadline: January 5; Final deadline: March 1
Do you identify as a Black, Indigenous, Person of Color (BIPOC) and/or low-income? We are looking for high achievers, innovators, impacters, dreamers, and leaders. Apply for the Puentes Access Grant. Write a 500 to 750 word letter to Puentes Abroad on how you hope to impact the world as a global citizen through your work and why you think pursuing an internship through Puentes will help you achieve this. Also submit your Puentes Application Form with your professional resume. If awarded a Puentes Access Grant, you will be asked to share short, written reflections on your experience.