Jepson School names 2012 Burrus Fellows
May 28, 2012
Eighteen students in the Jepson School of Leadership Studies will receive Robert J. Burrus Jr. fellowships this summer for unpaid internships in nonprofit, government or education organizations.
Students will work in organizations in the U.S. and abroad. The fellowships enable students to meet an academic requirement and a complete a 240-hour internship.
The Department of Homeland Security, Richmond Justice Initiative and Tanzania Millennium Hands Foundation are among the places students are interning.
Friends of Robert Burrus created the Robert L. Burrus Jr. Fellowship Program for Developing Leaders in 2004 to honor the former chairman and senior partner of McGuire Woods LLP, who is a member and former rector of the University's board of trustees.
Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club
Department of Homeland Security
Tim Kaine Senate Campaign
Judicial District of Tennessee Public Defender’s Office
Campaign of Illinois Representative Robert Dold
Citizen’s Climate Lobby
Congressman Forbes’s Office
Tanzania Millennium Hands Foundation
DC Public School’s Urban Education Leaders Program
Newton, MA Police Department
Richmond Justice Initiative
Mather Lifeways Institute on Education and Aging
Governor’s Fellows Program
Commonwealth Catholic Charities
Law and Economics Center at GMU School of Law
Strategies to Elevate People