Tisch Active Citizenship Summer (ACS) is an opportunity for Tufts students to gain real-world skills, grow their networks, and explore career paths while building stronger communities on a local, national or international level. ACS fellowships are available for undergraduate, graduate and professional school students.
Each ACS program is unique – placement opportunities and application processes varies for each program. Domestic programs in Washington DC, Massachusetts, and New York feature specific internship positions while for the international program, students design their own project. Read more about the 60 students who participated in 2012-13 placements and projects.
The ACS program is funded in part by a generous gift from the James and Judith K. Dimon Foundation established by Judy and Jamie Dimon, A78. In New York, specific placements are sponsored by generous individual donors.
ACS: Massachusetts & ACS: New York
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ACS International is now accepting applications. The program is open to groups of two or more Tufts undergraduate, graduate students and professional school students completing international projects during summer 2014. Applications must be completed no later than Wednesday, March 26 by 12pm.
Please visit the ACS: International main page for full program details.
ACS: Washington DC applications
ACS: Washington DC applications for Summer 2014 are now closed. Please email us at email@example.com to be notified of additional opportunities.
Tufts Career Services provides information about many summer internship opportunities. Check Tufts Career Connect often; new internships are posted daily. Log into Tufts Career Connect
For more information
If you have any questions about the Tisch Active Citizenship Summer program contact Danica Fisher at firstname.lastname@example.org.