The SAGE program recruits, trains and financially supports Brown School Master of Social Work and Master of Public Health students who are interested in completing 360 hours of their practica in Indian Country.
The SAGE program is facilitated by the Buder Center and is able to provide SAGE recipients stipends for living expenses during their practicum in Indian Country. The Buder Center has developed strong relationships nationally with American Indian & Alaska Native experts in the field of social work and public health. To meet SAGE criteria, identified practicum sites are organizations serving Native communities and support Native well-being through Native-led projects, programming and research.
If you would like to know more about how to host a SAGE student, please contact us via Email.