The Duffy Family Ambassador Fund Scholarship
The Duffy Family Ambassador Fund Scholarship was established in 1999 by former Hartwick Trustee John Duffy and his wife, Anne Duffy, parents of Hilary Duffy ’91 and Kevin Duffy ’95 to support educational travel abroad by Hartwick College students. These $5,000 scholarships are awarded annually to students who have demonstrated financial need and have presented a strong case for their proposed program abroad. Duffy Scholarships are specifically intended for individual students to have an in-depth, one-on-one experience in other cultures.
The Emerson International Internship Scholarship
The Emerson International Internship Scholarship was established in 1996 by Fred L. Emerson, president of Dunn & McCarthy, Inc in Auburn NY to enable Hartwick sophomores, juniors, and seniors to expand their postgraduate career options through international internships. The Emerson International Internship Scholarship provides $3,000 to $5,000 grants for students from any major to pursue their interests in an international setting. These internships must bear academic credit and can be proposed as an extension of an existing Hartwick course, a research grant, or an individual internship.
Baker-Simpson Entrepreneurial Leadership Program
This immersive internship opportunity, made possible through the continued generosity of Simon Baker ‘93, allows interested students to explore their aspirations in and around social entrepreneurship, innovation and social impact. For those motivated students, this mentored, professional internship opportunity integrates and connects classroom learning experiences with immersive real-world work experiences.
The Cyrus Mehri ’83 Global Pluralism Fellowship
The College community is enriched and assumptions are challenged, thanks to the investments of Cyrus Mehri ’83, a prominent class action and civil rights attorney and founding partner of the law firm Mehri & Skalet, PLLC, in Washington, DC. One Mehri Global Pluralism Fellow is selected annually and given a stipend to bring topical programming to campus. To be considered, students should demonstrate commitment to pluralism, diversity, and concern for the human condition.