This list of upcoming fellowship deadlines includes programs for early career science and engineering professors, health policy, leadership development for underserved youth and refugees, and supporting European-Turkish relations. You’ve got 8 weeks to apply, so start your application now!
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Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: April 16 – 22, 2023
- Forge Fellowship: The Roosevelt Institute Forge Fellowship is a summer opportunity for students currently enrolled at community colleges and public universities across the country that do not have an existing Roosevelt chapter on their campus. Participants will be trained in core policy, organizing, and base-building skills, and receive one-on-one guidance from Roosevelt staff and alumni as they build chapters and launch policy projects. Fellows will receive a stipend of $1,500 plus funding to cover work expenses and travel costs while attending a retreat in New York; additional school-year funding is available. / Apply by April 16, 2023
- Teach For India: The Teach For India Fellowship program is a 2 year full-time paid commitment in which we place the most promising graduates and professionals as full-time teachers in under-resourced and low-income schools. Students and professionals with a Bachelor’s Degree at the time of joining the Fellowship are invited to apply. Applicants need to be either of Indian citizenship or of Indian origin. Teach For India Fellows will be paid a salary of Rs. 17,500 per month. For four deadlines, check the website. / Apply by April 16, 2023
- Health and Aging Policy Fellows Program: The program is open to professionals from diverse disciplines (including physicians, nurses, social workers, psychologists, dietitians, healthcare administrators, epidemiologists, economists, and lawyers from academic and practice settings), at all career stages, with a demonstrated commitment to health and aging issues and a desire to be involved in health policy at the federal, state or local levels. The program offers two tracks: a residential program (up to $120K), which is a 9-12 month placement in Washington, D.C., or at a state agency as a legislative assistant in Congress or professional staff in an executive agency or in a policy organization; and a non-residential program (up to $30K), which includes a health policy project. / Apply by April 17, 2023
- Mercator-IPC Fellowship Program: The Mercator – IPC Fellowship Program allows outstanding young academics, journalists, and civil society activists especially but not exclusively from Germany to work on academic and practical projects at Istanbul Policy Center (IPC) in three thematic areas: EU/German-Turkish relations, Climate Change and Education. Mercator – IPC Fellowships are granted to young scholars and professionals and Mercator – IPC Senior Fellowships are granted to internationally renowned scholars who have already made a significant contribution to German-Turkish or European-Turkish relations. Fellowships are available for 6 to 12 months. / Apply by April 17, 2023
- Social Innovation Fellowship: The Social Innovation Fellowship at ASU is designed to engage early- and mid-career policy-makers, analysts, technologists, engineers, researchers, communicators, writers, designers, and leaders in generating and advancing big ideas in service of ASU’s Charter and our office’s mission to expand access to educational and economic opportunity. Over 13 months, fellows will develop their own diverse project portfolio, leveraging a collaborative mindset and comprehensive skill set that helps them identify and apply emerging scientific, technological, policy, and design innovations to expand access to educational and economic opportunities. / Apply by April 18, 2023
- Internet Society Mid Career Fellowship: The Mid Career Fellowship is a unique opportunity that offers 15 Fellows unparalleled access to world-class educational institutions and experts in a seven-month program, from June through December. It equips global mid-career Internet champions with the knowledge, skills, and tools to enable inclusive, innovative, holistic, and strategic leadership. The fellows work throughout five modules which have live lectures and assessments and culminate in a symposium to showcase the work they’ve completed. Candidates must have an undergraduate degree and ten years of relevant experience. Ideal applicants are mid-career professionals in leadership roles, working in the Internet ecosystem in a technical, policy, economic, or social capacity. / Apply by April 18, 2023
- Aspire Leaders Program: The Aspire Leaders Program, a fully funded leadership development for underserved youth, provides access to Harvard coursework, a global network of peers and world-class educators, and the chance to apply for grants and social impact project seed funds. Candidates must be 18-26 years old, enrolled in college or recently graduated, low-income, first-generation college students or recent graduates OR refugees or displaced persons whose college education has been disrupted. Through this program, young adults feel a sense of belonging, gain leadership development skills and professional development resources, increase their global consciousness, and feel prepared to be a leader in their community. / Apply by April 19, 2023
- Asia Journalism Fellowship: The Asia Journalism Fellowship brings together seasoned journalists from varied backgrounds and working in widely differing circumstances to live, learn and work together in Singapore for three months each year. Organized for Asian journalists and held in Asia, this program enriches individuals and builds lasting bridges of friendship across the borders of this vast continent. Fellows work on individual research projects of their choice and participate in a semi-structured program designed to sharpen professional skills and deepen their understanding of trends in media, communication, and Asia. Fellows will have access to key newsmakers in Singapore’s public sector, the business community, and civil society, gaining insights into the challenges faced by this dynamic multi-ethnic and multi-religious city-state. / Apply by April 19, 2023
- Student Research Grant in Early Childhood Language Development: The American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation (ASHFoundation) invites master’s and doctoral students to compete for the Student Research Grant in Early Childhood Language Development. This grant is intended to focus on children at the preschool or early school developmental level. Students must be master’s or doctoral (research or clinical) degree students enrolled in, or accepted for, graduate study in speech-language pathology or speech-language science at an academic program in the United States. The grant is for $2,000. / Apply by April 19, 2023
- Student Research Grant in Audiology: The American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation (ASHFoundation) invites doctoral students to compete for the Student Research Grant in Audiology. The foundation gives early support to promising students, researchers, and clinicians exploring bold ideas to transform the field and improve people’s lives. Students must be doctoral (research or clinical) degree students enrolled in or accepted for, a study in audiology or hearing science at an academic program in the United States. Proposals must be for research to be initiated in the area of clinical and/or rehabilitative audiology. The grant is for $2,000. / Apply by April 19, 2023
- Packard Fellowships for Science and Engineering: Each year, the Foundation invites the presidents of 50 universities to nominate two early-career professors each from their institutions, and from those nominated, 16 Fellows receive individual grants of $875,000, distributed over five years. Packard Fellows must be faculty members who are eligible to serve as principal investigators engaged in research in the natural and physical sciences or engineering and must be within the first three years of their faculty careers. Requests for nominations will be sent to the university presidents in January; nominations are due to the Foundation in March. / Apply by April 20, 2023
- Ansbacher Fellowship for Young Conductors: This fellowship provides promising young conductors the opportunity to spend up to 4 weeks at the Salzburg Festival observing the world’s leading conductors and artists at work during rehearsals and performances. The chance to observe and actually meet the maestros is an unforgettable experience for any young conductor. Qualified young conductors who have recently finished their academic studies or who are working toward graduate diplomas in conducting at top-ranking American music schools, up to the age of 30, may apply. Proficiency in English is required; working knowledge of German is desirable. Non-US citizens are welcome to apply. / Apply by April 21, 2023
- Gopen and Crocker Disability Fellowships: The Gopen and Crocker Disability Fellowships are a one-year, part-time work and learning opportunity in Massachusetts. The Gopen Fellowship is for individuals with developmental disabilities. The Crocker Fellowship is for family members of individuals with developmental disabilities. First, you come up with a project idea related to disability advocacy. Then, you spend one year working on your project at the ICI. You will work 20 hours each week on fellowship activities. Fellows get a total of $20,000 for the year. As a fellow, you will get paid every month or every three months depending on your preference. / Apply by April 21, 2023
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