- The Athena Summer Fellowship is open to all Barnard students completing their junior year. The Summer Fellows receive a $4,000 stipend and live together for ten weeks in New York City, meeting regularly to reflect on their summer internship and participate in educational and social events with Athena Center staff and other leaders.
These Fellowships include:
The Francene Rodgers ’67 Athena Fellowship is part of the Athena Summer Fellowship Program and is available to Barnard students after they have completed their junior year. This fellowship is for students interested in pursuing work in the public interest -- NGO's, non-profits, and governmental work.
The Marina Weitzner Lewin ’80 Internship Fund is part of the Athena Summer Fellowship Program and is available to Barnard students after they have completed their junior year. This internship supports students exploring practical work experience in the public or private sector.
The Daphne Fodor Philipson ’69 Fund for Women's Leadership is part of the Athena Summer Fellowship Program and is available to Barnard students after they have completed their junior year. This fund supports students engaged in pursuing work in all fields of endeavor including the public and private sector.
- The Williams Program for Women in Politics is available to Athena Scholars in their sophomore and junior years. It enables Athena Scholars interested in a career in politics or public policy to learn from government and policy leaders and organizations in New York, Washington, D.C., their hometown, or state capital.
- The Silberstein Non-Profit Leadership Summer Fellowship is available to Athena Scholars in their sophomore and junior years. The Non-Profit Leadership Summer Fellowship aims to give Athena Scholars an inside look at leadership in non-profit organizations and identify a pool of talented students who aspire to careers in this sector.
- The Athena Harriman Summer Fellowship is available to scholars in their sophomore or junior year. The Athena Center for Leadership Studies, in collaboration with the Harriman Institute at Columbia University, established a summer fellowship program that will enable Athena Scholars interested in the Russian, Eastern European, and Eurasian region to learn from local women leaders in private, non-profit, and/or governmental agencies.
- The Global Summer Fellowship is available to two current Barnard College students in their sophomore or junior year to work in organizations affiliated with the Council of Women World Leaders, including Council Members, Council Advisory Group Members, and other organizations.