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BIMI Summer Fellowship

BIMI is currently looking for 5 current undergraduate students at UC Berkeley with a strong interest in migration research and strong organizational skills to work on 3 projects this summer. Students will work for 8-15 hours a week during summer and will be paid $15 per hour starting June 10. The number of hours is flexible and can be changed to fit the specific schedule of the student. Students will receive on the job training and supervision and will work in the IGS library. Successful undergraduate students may be invited to continue working on various BIMI projects after the summer. Read the full project descriptions here.

We are looking for undergraduate students with a strong interest in migration research to work on the following 3 projects:

  • Mapping Spatial Inequality - Immigrant Services in the Bay Area
  • Communication and Outreach
  • Immigrant Services in the Bay Area Policy Report


Please apply by submitting a resume (max. 2 pages) and a motivation letter (max. 1 page) to the BIMI Summer Fellowship 2019 online application portal before Thursday, May 22 at midnight. Interviews will be held May 29-30 and selected applicants will be informed by Friday, May 31.

If you have any questions about the BIMI Summer Fellowship or one of the specific projects, please reach out to Jasmijn Slootjes, the Executive Director of the Berkeley Interdisciplinary Migration Initiative (

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