Luce Scholars Program

The Luce Scholars Program provides a year’s internship in an Asian country related to the scholar’s interests. The program is designed to provide an extended period of exposure to an Asian country for highly qualified young Americans who lack extensive knowledge of Asian affairs and who would not gain this knowledge through their normal career trajectories. Any professional field will be considered, except Asian Affairs/Asian Studies. Graduating seniors, recent alumni, graduate students, and junior faculty are encouraged to apply.

To be eligible, a nominee must be a U.S. citizen, under age 30 at the beginning the program, and hold at least a B.A. Applicants should have little or no experience in the country of internship. UW–Madison alumni do not have to be on campus to apply, but must apply through the university.

More details on the campus requirements and the application process are available at:

The UW-Madison campus deadline is 4pm on Monday, October 16, 2017.

Internship Opportunities at the European Parliament in Washington DC and Brussels

The European Parliament Liaison Office with the US Congress (EPLO) is pleased to announce the launch of its next round of internships aimed at recent graduates and recent/current postgraduates. Up to six interns will be accepted in our Washington DC office from January 16th – April 15th, 2018with an option to extend the internship for a further two months at our headquarters in Brussels. Applicants must be US citizens or have other pre-existing authorization to work in the US. The deadline to submit applications is October 31st, 2017. We require a CV in Europass format, a personal statement and two letters of recommendation directly sent by faculty members.

The internship offers a unique opportunity for students and young professionals with an interest in transatlantic policy! Please pass this information on to your relevant student and alumni networks.

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Undergraduate/Graduate Data Analysis and Research Internship

The New York State office of the Attorney General’s Labor Bureau in the City has volunteer internship opportunities available for both graduate and undergraduate students with a background in economics, statistics, accounting, or data analytics. Duties would include working with attorneys to support investigations, determining nonpayment and underpayment of wages, and synthesizing/organizing large amounts of data. The application is online and includes a cover letter, three references, transcript, resume, and a writing sample.

The application can be accessed here.

For more information about qualifications, duties and the application process press here.

Walk the Walk

The Morgridge Center for Public Service will host Walk the Walk on Friday, October 13 at 2:00 PM. Walk the Walk is an annual tour of social and environmental justice organizations in the UW-Madison neighborhood. Students participate in one of four themed walking tours to learn from nonprofits near campus that are advancing progressive and equitable change. Each tour begins in the basement at Ogg Hall.

Visit for more information and registration. Registration is encouraged, not required. Students who register by Oct. 6 will receive free business cards. Sign up here:

ARCHIVE Editorial Board

Each Spring, ARCHIVE, the History Department’s annual journal, showcases exemplary undergraduate historical work. As a member of the editorial board, you would have the opportunity to select the pieces that will be featured in the Spring 2018 volume and work directly with an author to edit and publish their essay. You also will gain experience in digital and print publishing. Applications are due Friday, October 15th

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Please write Hilary Miller, ARCHIVE’s Editor-in-Chief, at with any questions or concerns.

Student Judiciary Associate Justice

Gain first-hand experience resolving student conflicts by serving on the Associated Students of Madison (ASM) Student Judiciary. The Student Judiciary is a group of students that review and decide student appeals involving space allocations, financial allocations, and ASM elections. If you’re committed to helping other students seek justice, then the Associate Justice position is for you. Associate Justices can serve up to a 4-year term.

Applications for Associate Justice will be accepted until 11:59PM on Friday, October 6.

Apply for Associate Justice