The Carr Center provides HKS students with funding opportunities, support for student-led events and initiatives, research and applied learning experiences, skills workshops, and other enriching opportunities. Learn more about available resources and get involved. 

 

Our Opportunities 

 

The PAE and SYPA grants encourage second-year Master of Public Policy (MPP) candidates and Master of Public Administration/ International Development (MPAID) candidates to engage with not-for-profit clients for their capstone projects.

 

The Carr Center's Human Rights Internship Fund provides financial assistance to first-year HKS graduate students pursuing research and first-hand experiences related to human rights policy and practice. 

 

The Charlie Clements International Human Rights Practitioner Fellowship is awarded each year to an applicant with a demonstrated interest in, and commitment to, issues related to human rights at the international level.