The William F. Buckley, Jr. Program was founded in 2010 by a group of Yale undergraduates under the guidance of Professor Donald Kagan. The program has a mission to promote intellectual diversity on Yale's campus. Through its summer internship program, five to seven Yale undergraduates are supported in funded positions at employers that include the National Review, The New Criterion, the Manhattan Institute, Forbes Magazine, and Gingrich Productions. Each intern receives a stipend of $4,000.
Application available through Yale Coordinated Internships in the spring:
Quote: I would definitely recommend this program to any Yale student. Through this program I have had the amazing opportunity to intern at a magazine that I have heard of and read since I was little. To say this was a dream come true would be an understatement. Yale’s internship program has also been an efficient and organized way for me to browse through a diverse selection of programs and allowed me to consider many opportunities that otherwise would have gone unnoticed.
Ivoan Iacob ’18, William F. Buckley Internship at Forbes Magazine