Currently, the program offers graduate summer programs in Brazil, Chile and Colombia, and encourages undergraduate study in Ecuador and Argentina. Most students receive financial aid to attend these summer programs - in 2016 nearly all applicants received some form of aid. Students may apply for CLAS Summer Grants here on a rolling basis until April 15, 2017.
In each country students participate in coursework and internships at organizations that match their stated objectives.
Click here to read the CLAS Summer Blog which features posts written by CLAS students.
MA students have the opportunity to apply for internship funding to support unpaid and minimally-paid internships throughout the world. The guidelines allow for students to propose and pursue their own internships, tailoring their international experiences to better suit their interests and aspirations.
Students may also choose to apply for travel research grants. In recent years, CLAS students have received funding to research political participation in Brazil, impacts of tourism in Colombia, the Guelaguetza festival in Mexico, Oil and Revolution in Cuba, and narratives of identity in Peru, to name a few.