Students who chose the Ford School are diverse and gifted, active and engaged, and creative and passionate. Our programs prepare students to think analytically across disciplines, to communicate clearly and effectively, to lead, and to work collaboratively to solve tough problems.
Ford School graduate and undergraduate students, mentored and supervised by faculty, can assist you in your policy work through semester-long individual or team research projects or fellowships and summer internships or fellowships.
Interested in becoming a mentor or speaker? Start here.
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“Having the infusion of energy from students is a shot in the arm. I’m honored to work with these high caliber students on issues that matter to the American Heart Association. With the help of the students, I hope in five years we can look back and see some real policy movement in ways that change peoples’ lives.”
Below are some projects that we have collaborated on with our partners.