Summer Labor Fellowship

Want to spend your summer getting paid to work full time with an organization promoting labor solidarity, workplace dignity, and the common good?

Center for Social Concerns Summer Labor Fellowships are full-time, paid opportunities for select Notre Dame undergraduates (rising seniors, juniors, and sophomores) to spend the summer of 2024 engaged in labor-focused, project-based work while developing their skills in organizing, research, advocacy, and communications.

Partner organizations

Each fellow will be placed with a national partner of the center’s Higgins Labor Program:


CSC Summer Labor Fellowships offer 8 consecutive weeks of full-time, on-site work with an organization promoting labor solidarity, workplace dignity, and the common good. (NOTE: Due to ongoing pandemic-related health and safety concerns, the partner may choose to convert this fellowship in part to a remote position.)

Fellows receive a $6,000 stipend. They assume responsibility for finding their own transportation and lodging, though they may consult the CSC or their on-site partner for advice on finding affordable housing and transportation options.

Starting dates will be negotiated with each partner.

Application process

Applicants should submit the CSC Summer Labor Fellowship Application for each position of interest (via google form) no later than Monday, February 19; we hope to notify fellows of placements within a month of application.

See links below for each position description and the application: