International Fellows Network Dinner in NYC, May 2016

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On Monday, the International Fellows Network held a dinner at Lantern Thai Kitchen in New York City for current and former fellows. Co-hosted by former Fulbright fellows Ayushi Gummadi and Yaron Schwartz, the dinner brought together a cross-disciplinary group of leaders in their fields. Fellows discussed their interests and experiences, including the process for becoming […]

Fellowship Industry Collaboration: The Bay Area Fellowship Network

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Last week, ProFellow and Butler Koshland Fellowships hosted a roundtable event for leadership of San Francisco Bay Area fellowship organizations. The event was an opportunity for leadership to share details about their professional fellowship programs and discuss areas of mutual interest including applicant recruitment, diversity, program evaluation and alumni coordination. This event is the first […]

Teaching Fellowships For Recent Graduates, Experienced Professionals and Career Changers

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Professional fellowships are one way to get the training, mentoring and education necessary to enter teaching in K-12 schools in the U.S. Programs seek to recruit teaching fellows at a range of career levels, from recent college graduates to experienced professionals and career changers. Increasingly, fellowship programs provide an essential pipeline of talent to high-need […]

International Fellows Network Dinner in DC, May 2016

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On Wednesday, the International Fellows Network held a dinner at Asia Nine Restaurant in Washington, DC for current and former fellows. Co-hosted by Gabr Fellow Haroun Habib and Presidential Management Fellow Jayson Browder, the dinner brought together a cross-disciplinary group of leaders in their fields. Fellows discussed their interests and experiences, including their fellowship programs, work […]

International Fellows Network Dinner in San Francisco, May 2016

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On Tuesday, the International Fellows Network held a dinner at Tuba Restaurant in San Francisco for current and former fellows. Co-hosted by ProFellow co-founders Vicki and Ryan Johnson, the dinner brought together a cross-disciplinary group of leaders in their fields. Fellows discussed their interests and experiences, including several fellows’ global health work in Africa, the […]

5 Powerful Personal Statement Openings of Fellowship Winners

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A personal statement for a fellowship or graduate application is your opportunity to express to the selection committee who you are and why you are a great candidate for the program. In particular, an eye-grabbing lead sentence or opening paragraph is your most important tool for maintaining the reader’s attention. Here are some examples of […]

Fellowships to Fully Fund a Master’s Degree

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It’s rare to secure even a needs-based financial aid package for a graduate degree, but fortunately, there are some unique fellowships that provide full funding for graduate study. Check out these nine opportunities to complete a Master’s degree debt-free. Rotary Peace Fellowship Each year, Rotary selects up to 100 individuals from around the world to […]

How To Find Fellowships For Any Level of Your Career

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Some people assume that fellowships are only for recent graduates or graduate students, but there are fellowship opportunities for any level of your academic and professional career. Here’s how to find fellowships for all career levels in ProFellow’s fellowships database. Find fellowships for undergraduates: Fellowships typically do not fund undergraduate tuition (those grants are usually […]

5 Philanthropy Fellowships for Young Professionals

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If you’re interested in pursuing a public service career in philanthropy and grant making, check out these professional fellowships providing a foot-in-the-door opportunity to work in a charitable trust or foundation.  Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust Resident Scholars Program Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust Resident Scholars Program provides a dynamic opportunity for promising early professionals […]

Public Allies: A Career Path to Public Service

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Public Allies is a unique professional development program based on the core values of diversity and inclusion, collaboration, continuous learning, integrity, and building on assets. The program that partners with AmeriCorps to give more than 600 diverse individuals nationally an opportunity to be placed at a local nonprofit organization and participate in a full-time, paid apprenticeship […]