PEARL Institute currently offers Fellowship programs for the following: internship, research, and volunteer. The Fellowships aim to encourage students to engage in learning, doing and/or investigating culture-infused holistic human services. We seek self-motivated individuals to apply; the successful candidate must exhibit a strong passion and alignment with the mission of the Institute. Students, including both undergraduate and graduate, as well as post-doctoral researchers are encouraged to apply to one of the fellowship tracks.
We also partner with schools and for joint certificate programs. We have collaborated with the Silver School of Social Work of New York University, as well as universities in China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong, to develop bilingual joint-certificate programs in social work.
The Internship Fellowship is offered to students in the field of social work, psychology, alternative medicine, public health, public administration, international education, graphic design, etc., who complete a one-year, supervised internship at P.E.A.R.L. Institute. For student interns, the Institute offers learning opportunities, including nonprofit management, international training coordination, research projects, bilingual counseling program development and other administrative experience. (Internship details, click here)
Graduate and doctoral students, as well as post-doctoral researchers, are welcome to apply for the Research Fellowship. The proposed research project needs to be within the scope of P.E.A.R.L.’s work and align with the Institute’s mission. Awardees need to complete a publishable paper and be available to present it at the annual P.E.A.R.L. Conference.
The Volunteer Fellowship award is available for individuals students who commit to a minimum of six months volunteering at P.E.A.R.L. to support the Institute’s operation and various activities. There are many different areas in which a volunteer can contribute, based on the individual's experience and talents.
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