The Shepherd Internship Program (SIP) unites students from Consortium member institutions with agencies that work to benefit impoverished members of society.
International internships are only available to Washington and Lee University students with an interested in global poverty.
The Elrod Fellowship program engages alumni in securing one- or two-year paid positions for recent W&L graduates with public interest groups and agencies that are committee to combating the causes of poverty.
The purpose of the Cabell Brand Center scholarship program is not only to help students with the rising tuition costs, but to encourage college students to consider seriously public service.
The Holleman Fellowship was established in memory of Vernon W. Holleman Jr., a member of the Washington and Lee Class of 1958, a University trustee and recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award. One Holleman Fellowship of up to $5,000 is awarded each spring to a student from the metro D.C. area to work or study in the United States or abroad the following summer.