Connect With Students
Tell Your Students
Tell your students about the Rapoport Center and ways they can get involved with our work:
- Undergraduate internships, international human rights internships and fellowships at the Rapoport Center or with other human rights organizations
- Human rights classes for undergraduate students, graduate students, and law students.
- Real world clinical experience
- See the For Students section for more opportunities!
Work With Students
- The Center’s Human Rights Scholars (law and graduate students) are available to conduct small (10 hours or less) research projects. Contact Center Administrator William Chandler for more information.
- One of our ongoing projects is to compile a database of opportunities for undergraduates to work with faculty on human rights related research or volunteer projects. Please contact Center Administrator William Chandler if you have opportunities available.
(From left) Law student Christie Turner, undergraduate student Tony Keffler, Professor Ariel Dulitzky and Latin American Studies graduate student Matthew Wooten work together in the Rapoport Center office.