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Florida State University
Center for the Advancement of
Human Rights

Opportunities for Students

Are you interested in studying human rights or pursuing human rights advocacy? The Center provides a number of opportunities for students. You can take courses or compete for fully funded human rights internships all over the world.


CAHR offers the following opportunities:

CAHR Interdisciplinary Human Rights Curriculum:

CAHR was established to promote the study of human rights at FSU in a broad number of academic disciplines. FSU students can choose from over 30 courses now available in multiple departments, including international programs.

The FSU Honors Certificate Program in Human Rights Leaderships:

FSU Honors students can enhance their undergraduate degrees by earning a special certificate in human rights studies.

CAHR Field Placements:

CAHR selects 10-15 FSU students each year for fully funded human rights internships all over the world. Students are selected on a highly competitive basis to serve with non-governmental organizations in the United States and around the world. The deadline for submitting applications for summer placements is February 15, and selections are made by March 15.

The HIA Fellowship
WHEN: click on above link for dates
WHERE: Amsterdam, Berlin, Copenhagen, Lyon, Warsaw
WHO'S ELIGIBLE: Students and recent graduates from universities in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Poland, Sweden, Ukraine and the United States



Global Health Corps has opened applications for the current fellowship year.