Swearer Center programs and fellowships provide students with community engaged, cohort-based experiential learning opportunities. Through programs and fellowships, students link their passion for social justice and community engagement with their academic and career goals. Many Swearer Center programs include financial support. Eligible students also can access support through off-campus federal work-study. Through BrownEngage, students can explore active program and fellowship communities and apply for community engagement opportunities. Explore the program cards below to see the variety of programs. Use the toggle to sort by program attributes.
In partnership with the Swearer Center for Public Service and the George Kaiser Family Foundation, the Brown in Tulsa program provides up to seven undergraduate Brown University students with an 8-week summer internship opportunity where they will explore and engage with issues that affect the region.
The Social Good Mentoring Program pairs Brown students interested in social good careers with alumni mentors to demystify the process for pursuing opportunities in the social good space and help students begin to build professional connections in the social good community.