Rapoport Center Summer Human Rights Fellowships
The Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice provides summer funding to Texas Law students interested in doing transnational or international work on issues of human rights or social justice.
Fellows contribute to human rights and social justice projects at non-governmental and inter-governmental organizations in the US and abroad. In the past, Texas Law students have worked in locations as diverse as the UK, Cambodia, Mexico, India, and the U.S. on projects including aiding political refugees, advocating for women’s rights, and seeking nationality rights for minors.
Whether or not we are ultimately able to provide you with a stipend, the Rapoport Center will provide assistance with student placements, based on the candidate's skills, foreign language proficiency, background interests, and experience.
- March 22, 2021