Princeton University’s

Woodrow Wilson School of Public Policy and International Affairs

Junior Summer Institute

A Ben Lujan Leadership and Public Policy Institute allowed students to attend the Public Policy and International Affairs with a full scholarship. Students nominated by Princeton participated in a seven week institute focused on developing critical public policy skills.

Rodrigo Blanco Rojas participated in the 2009 Junior Summer Institute.

Applications

Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs Junior Summer Institute

Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs

The Center's partnership with Princeton University allows NMHU students to attend the Public Policy and International Affairs Junior Summer Institute with a full scholarship. Students nominated by NMHU and accepted by Princeton participate in a six-week institute focused on developing critical public policy skills.

 

ATHGO

ATHGO Youth Forum

The Center supports students to attend the Alliance to Harness Global Opportunities' (ATHGO) youth-focused forums. The forums are exceedingly interactive, educational experiences that introduce students to local and global issues.

 

Service Learning Projects

NMHU students can apply for support to conduct service learning projects that contribute to communities and develop important skills.

Summer Internships

NMHU students can apply for support to participate in meaningful summer internship projects that contribute to communities and assist students to develop professional experience.

Research Projects

NMHU students can apply for support to conduct research projects with potential policy implications for New Mexico.

Legislative Internships

NMHU students can apply for participate in an internship with the Legislature. The opportunity may include meetings with student’s legislator, relevant committee members, issue advocates, as well as observing hearings and participating in other activities.