Apply for a funded PKG Fellowship for summer 2021!

MIT PKG Center
Deadline: March 30th, at noon


The PKG Fellowships program supports MIT students working on capacity-building social impact and community engagement projects. Students work with community-focused organizations including non-profits and social enterprises. These can include a student's own social enterprise.

What can you do? Follow your passion and collaborate with a community-focused organization!
You can create your own project, continue work on an enterprise you already started, or intern/consult with an existing organization.

We welcome a wide range of social impact projects and support work with communities in the US and abroad. For Summer 2021, all projects must be planned for remote work. Find examples of past projects here.

Want feedback on your ideas? Have questions about writing your proposal? Sign-up for our Zoom drop-in hours

Can’t make these times?  Contact Alison to schedule an appointment.


Davis Projects for Peace $10,000 Fellowship

Deadline passed.

Davis Projects for Peace offers a $10,000 fellowship for an MIT undergraduate student project that promotes peace. The aim is to “encourage and support today's motivated youth to create and try out their own ideas for building peace.” 

Projects must be implemented during the summer of 2018. 

Successful past projects have focused on: 

  • fostering empathy
  • promoting cross-cultural understanding
  • revitalization of post-conflict and post-disaster communities
  • justice and fair processes

Applications from student groups and individuals are welcome. The recipient must be an MIT undergraduate, but a team may include graduate students or others. 

Looking for inspiration? View past funded projects from MIT and other colleges here:

Learn more and apply []

Questions? Want feedback on your ideas? Email Alison at 


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HST.590 Biomedical Engineering Seminar Series
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