The Mexico Program, which includes the DRCLAS Mexico Office, is committed to deepening Harvard's engagement with Mexico through an active portfolio of events and activities, academic and internship opportunities for students, and support for faculty research.
Under the leadership of its faculty co-chairs, the Mexico Faculty Committee leads the vision, priorities and projects undertaken by the program, both in Cambridge and in Mexico.
DRCLAS collaborates with organizations in Mexico City to provide internship opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students through the Winternship Program. Additionally, a partnership with the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, produces a course for HSPH students focusing on Mexico’s historic health reform, the Seguro Popular.
DRCLAS offers a variety of travel grants for summer research, conferences, and internships in Latin America. Student Group Grants are also available to Harvard student groups working with a Harvard faculty member for publications, workshops, conferences, and/or events at Harvard University related to Latin America, the Caribbean, or Latinx populations.
Become a Visiting Scholar
The Fundación México en Harvard-Antonio Madero Visiting Scholar fellowship is open to Mexican scholars with Mexican citizenship, from top research universities in Mexico working in the field of education and related areas.
Current Visiting Scholars
In the 2019-2020 academic year, DRCLAS will welcome 10 Visiting Scholars in a variety of disciplines including anthropology, literature, international relations, public policy, and visual culture.