Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: January 31 – February 6, 2021

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Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: January 31 – February 6, 2021

 

  • Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies (APAICS) Fellowship: The APAICS Fellowship program is a 9-month, full-time legislative and public policy fellowship in Washington, D.C. that provides exceptional graduates and young professionals with an opportunity to work on policy issues as full-time staff members of a congressional office. Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree or graduate degree and demonstrated leadership and understanding of Asian American and Pacific Islander issues. Fellows receive a salary, benefits, and complimentary roundtrip airfare. Areas of focus: General Fellowship; Education & Labor; and Financial Services. There is also an American Petroleum Institute (A.P.I.) S.T.E.M. Graduate Fellowship is for individuals pursuing a career in public policy with a background in energy, engineering and mechanical sciences. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Teaching Assistant Program in France: The Teaching Assistant Program in France offers the opportunity to work in France for 7 months, teaching English to French students of all ages. Each year, over 1,100 American citizens and permanent residents teach in public schools across all regions of metropolitan France and in the overseas departments of French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique and Réunion. Most TAPIF program participants have just finished their university studies. We also welcome people between the age of 20-35 as of October 1 who have just finished their graduate studies, young professionals looking for a new challenge, etc. The monthly salary is approximately 780 Euro. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • India Smart Cities Fellowship: A 1-3 year program based in Delhi for recent graduates under the age of 35, the India Smart Cities Fellowship program looks for fellows experienced in urban planning and design, engineering, technology, finance, the social sector, or environmental issues. Fellows apply their skills and experience in working with teams to find creative solutions to pressing challenges being faced by India’s urban sector. Fellows support city leaders in terms of analytics, research, documentation, independent assessment, visualization or any other activities. Fellows receive Rs. 60,000 per month. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • CHCI Graduate Fellowship: The CHCI Graduate Fellowship seeks to enhance participants’ leadership abilities, strengthen professional skills and produce more competent and competitive Latino professionals. The nine month paid fellowship program offers exceptional Latinos who have earned at least a master’s degree within three years of the program start date with unparalleled hands-on experience in a Congressional office or committee. Topic areas include Higher Education, Secondary Education, Health, Housing, Law and STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). Fellows receive a salary, benefits and roundtrip airfare to Washington, DC. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • CHCI Public Policy Fellowship: The CHCI Public Policy Fellowship (PPF) seeks to enhance participants’ leadership abilities, strengthen professional skills and ultimately produce more competent and competitive Latino professionals in public policy areas. The fellowship offers talented Latinos, who have earned a bachelor’s degree within two years of the program start date a paid, nine-month fellowship in Washington, DC. Fellows gain hands-on experience at the national level in the public policy area of their choice. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Stanford-ABC News Global Health and Media Fellowship: This opportunity is targeted to provide medical students, residents, fellows and/or faculty with practical training in global health reporting using a variety of media platforms including: print, television, social networking and fundamentals in journalism and communications. The Fellow will complete training programs through the Stanford University Graduate Program in Journalism and will work at the World Health Organization’s South East Regional Office (SEARO) in New Delhi, India. The Fellow receives a competitive stipend. The Fellowship starts in June of each year and lasts for 12 months. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Hanley Sustainability Institute Graduate Fellowship Program: The Hanley Sustainability Institute (HSI) at the University of Dayton has launched a graduate fellowship program to attract high-quality students with sustainability interests through an internationally-advertised fellowship competition. Applications are invited for the six specific opportunities in sustainability, each of which consists of a research project mentored by a faculty member and complementary programmatic efforts within HSI. Successful candidates will receive financial support in the form of tuition and a stipend, guaranteed for the academic year and renewable for an additional semester or academic year pending satisfactory progress. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Teach for Nepal Fellowship: The Teach For Nepal fellowship is a two-year-long, full-time paid employment opportunity. Fellows teach in public schools and bring about academic achievement and transformative impact on their students while harnessing their leadership skills. Fellowship placements will all be in government and community schools in Lalitpur, Sindhupalchowk and Dhanusha districts. Fellows will be paid a stipend of Rs.466,000. Eligibility requirements include a Bachelor’s degree, ability to work in Nepal for two years, and a commitment to the full duration of the fellowship. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Killam Fellowships Program: The Killam Fellowships Program provides an opportunity for undergraduate students from universities in Canada and the United States to spend either one semester or a full academic year as an exchange student in the other country. The Killam Fellowships Program offers a cash award of $10,000 US ($5,000 US per semester), along with an allowance of $500 to offset health insurance costs. The Foundation hosts all new Killam Fellows at an Orientation program in Ottawa each fall and again at a seminar in Washington D.C. each spring. In addition, all Fellows are eligible to apply for a mobility grant in an amount not to exceed $800. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Josephine De Karman Fellowships: DeKarman fellowships are open to students in any discipline, including international students, who are currently enrolled in a university or college located within the United States. A minimum of ten (10) fellowships, $22,000 for doctoral students and $14,000 for undergraduate students, will be awarded for the regular academic year. Only doctoral students and undergraduate students about to enter their final year of study/dissertation are eligible. The fellowship is for one academic year and may not be renewed or postponed. Special consideration will be given to applicants in the Humanities. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Summer Public Health Scholars Program: The Summer Public Health Scholars Program (SPHSP) is a 10-week summer program for undergraduate students and recent graduates to increase interest in and knowledge of public health and biomedical science careers. This is a rigorous program which includes Public Health course work at Columbia University; hands-on field experience and immersion in a diverse, economically disadvantaged urban environment; seminars and lectures with public health leaders; and mentoring by faculty members. Accepted students receive a stipend, housing, travel and meals. The program is designed for undergraduates in their sophomore or junior year and recent baccalaureate degree students. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Cordes Fellowships: Cordes Fellowships provide exceptional social entrepreneurs and nonprofit leaders engaged in poverty alleviation and economic justice enterprises the opportunity to participate as Delegates in the Opportunity Collaboration, a four-day problem-solving, strategic retreat. Cordes Fellows attend the full Opportunity Collaboration and take part in all Delegate sessions. The all-inclusive Cordes Fellowship includes all on-site costs for housing and meals (5 nights lodging, 3 meals per day), gratuities, airport shuttle, etc. All Fellows are responsible for their own roundtrip airfare. Financial need is a primary consideration. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Millennium Fellowship: The Millennium Fellowship is a semester-long leadership development program that happens on university campuses located around the world. Fellows will work together with a cohort of other undergraduate classmates to create sustainable initiatives that produce social good. Leadership training is a key component of the fellowship and fellows will put their newly learned skills into practice immediately as they design projects that are meant to have a social impact from the beginning. Fellows will have access to a global network of other alumni and can continue working on meaningful projects well after their graduation. Application are reviewed on a monthly basis. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Rashtram Accelerator Programme: The Rashtram Accelerator Programme is a residential one-year public leadership programme to equip future leaders of India with skills to produce authentic action. Rooted in the ethos of Bharat, the programme is firmly focused on nurturing leaders to solve the most pressing global problems. Rashtram aims to produce leaders in three domains – Academic Leaders, Social Leaders, and Political Leaders. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Nieman-Berkman Fellowship in Journalism Innovation: The Nieman-Berkman Fellowship in Journalism Innovation brings individuals to Harvard University to work on a specific course of research or a specific project relating to journalism innovation. Proposals from Nieman-Berkman Fellowship candidates may deal with any issue relating to journalism’s digital transformation. The fellowship is open to both U.S. and international applicants. Candidates should either be working journalists or work for a news organization in a business, technology, or leadership capacity. Freelance journalists are welcome to apply. Most Nieman Fellows receive a stipend of $65,000 paid over a 9-month period. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Strategic Data Project Fellowship: The Strategic Data Project Fellowship (SDP) is a paid two-year program at Harvard University that places and develops talented data strategists in partner agencies where they can have an immediate impact on policy decisions that affect student outcomes. Fellows receive a rich complement of professional development designed to boost skills and knowledge in three key areas: measurement and analysis, leadership and change management, and education policy. Requirements include an advanced degree (Master’s level or higher), strong quantitative / analytical skills, 3+ years of work experience, and a demonstrated passion for education reform. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • James A. Ferguson Emerging Infectious Diseases Fellowship Program: The fellowship is a CDC-funded, 9-week summer program providing professional development opportunities for students interested in infectious diseases research and health disparities. The program begins with an orientation on research design, infectious diseases, urban health issues, and other health equity topics. During the remaining 8 weeks, fellows participate in a mentored internship at the CDC, the Kennedy Krieger Institute, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Bloomberg School of Public Health, or the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. A $4,000 stipend and other benefits are provided. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Barbara A. Ringer Copyright Honors Program: The Ringer Honors Program offers 18-24-month paid fellowships for attorneys in the initial stages of their careers who demonstrate promising ability and interest in copyright law (“Ringer Fellows”). Ringer Fellows work closely with senior attorneys and others in the Office of the General Counsel (OGC), the Office of Policy and International Affairs (PIA), the Office of the Register (REG) and/or the Registration Program Office (RP) on a range of copyright-related law and policy matters. The Program accepts applications from individuals who are in their final year at a U.S.-accredited law school or have graduated from such a law school (receiving a J.D. or LL.M.) within the 5-year period preceding their application date. Ringer Fellows serve as full-time federal employees and are eligible for salary and benefits. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity: Over the next 20 years the Atlantic Fellows programme for Social and Economic Equity will support over 600 Fellows in developing innovative understandings of inequalities, and work toward finding real-world solutions. The Visiting Fellows will benefit from meeting and working alongside the other Atlantic Fellows, and the academics in the International Inequalities Institute. This track is a fantastic opportunity for senior figures in the challenge against inequality to undertake an intensive period of research that will create high profile advances in both academic understanding and developing practical responses to the challenge of inequality. The Fellowships will be fully-funded, including any reasonable travel, accommodation in London where needed and office space within the III, along with other reasonable research costs. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Atlantic Residential Fellowship (MSc Inequalities and Social Science): The Atlantic Residential Fellowship supports applicants in taking the one year MSc Inequalities and Social Science (MISS) at the London School of Economics, with dedicated mentorship, as well as engaging with the wider work of the Atlantic Fellows programme. The Fellowship includes all tuition fees, a stipend to cover living costs whilst in London, and expenses for attendance at Atlantic Fellows events. Applicants must meet the conditions of the MSc Inequalities and Social Science at LSE. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Atlantic Non-Residential Fellows: Atlantic Non-Residential Fellows participate in a course, taught over 7 weeks across the year, including an intensive 2-week summer school, delivered by academics from the LSE International Inequalities Institute and the University of Cape Town, with teaching and guidance from charities, NGOs and other advocacy organizations to ensure a range of perspectives on inequalities. The courses will mainly take place within the UK, however at least one week will be spent at the University of Cape Town. All reasonable travel, accommodation and living costs will be supported by the Atlantic Fellows programme. Ideally, applicants would have around 10 years of experience in tackling inequalities. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Science to Action Fellowship: The Science to Action Fellowship supports graduate students in developing a product that puts science into action, directly applying scientific research related to climate change impacts on fish, wildlife, or ecosystems to decision making about natural resources. During the fellowship year and beyond, Fellows benefit from collaborations with university and USGS mentors, from interactions with other colleagues and partners of USGS, and from exposure to high priority, real-world challenges in the natural resources policy arena. The program is open to Master’s and Doctoral students at any Climate Science Center consortium institution. Fellows receive a financial award of $10,000 each. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Imperial College London Fully Funded PhD in Chemical Engineering: Imperial College London offers fully funded PhD programs in Chemical Engineering. It is a 3.5 year research degree that can be undertaken in 1 of 9 themes including: biomedical engineering, energy and environmental engineering, materials, multiphase transport process, multi-scale computational chemical engineering, multi-scale thermodynamics, and molecular systems, reaction engineering and applied catalysis, separations and soft matter engineering. In addition, there are also interdisciplinary collaborative research opportunities. Funding is provided through scholarships, studentships and research assistantships. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • ASU Fully Funded PhD Program in Physics: ASU offers a fully funded PhD program in Physics. Students are engaged in both theoretical and experimental research that requires a deep understanding of the core areas of physics, which is aimed at comprehending the fundamental properties of the universe we live in. A wide range of research experiences are offered that encompass working with individual faculty in a specialized subfield or as a member of a collaborative team focusing on larger transdisciplinary topics that transcend the traditional boundaries of physics. The PhD students are supported with full tuition, insurance and a stipend. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Congressional Healthcare Policy Fellow Program: The program comprises unique healthcare-policy learning experiences in the United States Congress and the government affairs offices of the American College of Clinical Pharmacy (ACCP) and the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP). During the 14-month program, fellows contribute to the effective use of scientific, therapeutic, and pharmaceutical knowledge in pro­fessional organization and government policy decision-making. Experienced pharmacists are invited to apply and will be designated as an adjunct assistant professor of the VCU School of Pharmacy. Fellows receive a stipend of $70,000 plus other benefits. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • San Diego Zoo Summer Student Fellowships: The Institute for Conservation Research at the San Diego Zoo offers undergraduate summer student fellowships in each research team: Recovery Ecology, Population Sustainability, Community Engagement, Global Partnerships, Conservation Genetics, Plant Conservation, Reproductive Sciences, and Disease Investigations.  The program is only open to currently enrolled undergraduate students continuing their undergraduate or graduate studies the following fall. The current stipend amount is $7,000 for the 12-week program. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice Associate Program: NETWORK Lobby for Catholic Social Justice is looking for young professionals interested in intensive educational and professional development in legislative advocacy, on the basis of Catholic Social Justice. Running from late August through July, the program is 11-months in Washington D.C. There are three types of associate positions that are being offered: Communications Associate, Government Relations Associate, and Grassroots Mobilization Associate. Applicants must be at least 21 years old and college graduates or people in mid-career or retirement phases of their life. A $15,000 stipend is being offered to those accepted into the program. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • St. Petersburg State University and Freie Universität Berlin – Joint Post-Doctoral Fellowship Program: St. Petersburg State University and Freie Universität Berlin (FUB) annually offer two Joint Post-Doctoral Fellowships for highly qualified, early-career post-doctoral researchers that last 24 months equally split between Freie Universität Berlin and St. Petersburg State University. The program is open to applicants from all disciplines represented at both universities and have secured academic supervisors at both universities. The program provides a monthly stipend and relocation allowances, and fellows have access to FUB’s Researcher Development Program of the Dahlem Research School. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Next Generation Fellowship: The Next Generation Fellowship (NGF) is a leadership development and policy advocacy training for formerly incarcerated or justice-involved individuals from across California. It supports emerging leaders in 1) advancing racial justice and cultural healing, and 2) influencing state and local government through policy advocacy. The fellowship focuses on the movement to end mass incarceration with an emphasis on promoting healthy, safe communities. Over three 2-day sessions, participants will take part in culturally-relevant activities intended to foster effective storytelling, civic participation, and strategic advocacy. / Due January 31, 2021

 

  • Florida Gubernatorial Fellows Program: The Florida Gubernatorial Fellows Program is a non-partisan program that immerses students from public and private universities in key areas of state government. During their 9-month tenure in Tallahassee, Fellows receive advanced on-the-job training as well as an invaluable front-line view of the inner workings of government. This program is open to full-time undergraduate (juniors and seniors) and graduate students in Florida state. In order to maintain full-time status, students take courses at Florida State University, online courses, or fulfill internship and directed independent study requirements. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Environmental Fellows Program (EFP): The Environmental Fellows Program (EFP) is a national program that seeks to diversify the environmental and conservation philanthropic sector by supporting the career aspirations of graduate students from traditionally underrepresented groups. Fellows are placed in a 12-week paid internship with one of our partner philanthropic organizations. Applicants must be U.S. citizens, permanent residents, or DACA/DREAMers (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals). International students are ineligible. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • PhRMA Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowships: This program provides stipend funding to well-trained graduates from PhD programs who seek to further develop and refine their research skills through formal postdoctoral training. An application must include a research plan written by the applicant, a mentor’s research record, and a description of how the mentored experience will enhance the applicant’s career development. The award, consisting of a $50-$60k annual stipend, is made to the institution on behalf of the fellow. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • PhRMA Research Starter Grants: The PhRMA Foundation Research Starter Grants provides a research grant of $100,000 for one year to individuals beginning independent research careers at the faculty level in the fields of Health Outcomes Research, Informatics, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacology / Toxicology and Translational Medicine. The “starter” aspect of the program strives to assist individuals who are establishing careers as independent investigators. The program is not offered as a means to augment an ongoing research effort. Funds must be used to conduct the proposed research. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • PhRMA Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellowships: The fellowship program of pre-doctoral support is designed to assist full-time, in-residence Ph.D. candidates who are enrolled in U.S. schools of medicine, pharmacy, dentistry, nursing or schools of public health. The program seeks to support advanced students who will have completed the bulk of their pre-thesis requirements (two years of study) and are starting their thesis research by the time the award is activated. The award is made to the university on behalf of the fellow. The fellowship provides a stipend of $25,000+ a year. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Meridian Institute Ruckelshaus Fellowship: The Meridian Institute Ruckelshaus Fellowship Program offers a two-year paid fellowship, contingent upon performance and the needs of the organization, for recent college graduates to work on varied and highly complex public policy issues, learn about the field of multi-party collaborative problem solving, and engage with leaders from a variety of sectors. Fellows will provide research, writing, and other types of support for projects focused on natural resources, agriculture policy, and ocean and coastal policy, among other topics. Fellows begin work each summer at either Meridian’s Dillon, CO or Washington, D.C. offices. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellowship: The NEA Foundation Global Learning Fellowship offers educators 12 months of professional development opportunities to support educators as they cultivate global competence skills and build global lesson plans that are shared with educators around the world. Over the course of one year, Fellows participate in online coursework, a fall professional development workshop and a 9-day summer field study excursion. The NEA Foundation covers all costs for meals, lodging, travel, and professional development activities. Active NEA members who are current K-12 classroom teachers are eligible. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • America Needs You Fellows Program: America Needs You helps first-generation college students, who are the first in their families to attend college, select, secure, and succeed in their careers. The Fellows Program is an intensive mentoring and training program where Fellows develop relationships with highly accomplished community and business leaders. ANY Fellows attend 28 full-day workshops over two years, receiving intense career development and leadership training. All Fellows are matched one-on-one with a young professional Mentor Coach dedicated to their personal and professional growth. Fellows earn a $2,500 professional development grant. Application deadline vary by location from February to March / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • California Executive Fellowship Program (Capital Fellows): The Executive Fellowship Program is sponsored by the Center for California Studies at California State University, Sacramento (Sacramento State) and the Office of the Governor to provide an experiential learning opportunity in California state government. California’s executive branch is one of the most dynamic in the United States. Executive Fellows function as full-time professional staff in executive offices at various levels of California’s executive branch which includes the office of the governor, constitutional offices, cabinet secretaries, commissions and departments. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Jesse Marvin Unruh Assembly Fellowship (Capital Fellows): This unique program provides an opportunity for individuals over the age of 20, from all backgrounds, to directly participate in the legislative process. Each year, 18 individuals are selected to participate in the program. The 11-month fellowship provides an introduction to public policy formation and adoption in the California Legislature through full-time work as a professional legislative staff member. Assembly fellows receive fully-paid enrollment at California State University, Sacramento (Sacramento State), and earn graduate units for seminars taught by faculty from the Sacramento State Political Science Department. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Judicial Administration Fellowship (Capital Fellows): The fellowship program is both academic and professional. Includes full-time professional staff placements include California trial and appellate courts throughout the state and the Administrative Office of the Courts. All persons with a four-year college degree, including recent graduates and mid-career applicants are eligible to apply. Upon acceptance into the program, fellows are enrolled as graduate students in Public Policy and Administration at Sacramento State, and attend regularly scheduled academic seminars. During the course of the fellowship, fellows earn graduate units for the successful completion of all academic requirements. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • California Senate Fellows Program (Capital Fellows): This program offers college graduates a paid, full-time legislative staff position in the California State Capitol for 11 months. The fellowship program’s primary goals include exposing people with diverse life experiences and backgrounds to the legislative process by providing research and other professional staff assistance to the Senate. Senate Fellows receive fully-paid enrollment at California State University, Sacramento (Sacramento State), and earn graduate units for seminars taught by faculty from Sacramento State’s Political Science Department. The graduate seminars are a required segment of the fellowship program. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Group Study Visit: DAAD offers financial support for academic information visits to Germany which are organized by faculty members for groups of students. Group Study Visit grants are intended to encourage contact with academic institutions, groups and individuals in Germany, and offer insight into current issues in the academic, scientific, economic, political and cultural realms. All departments are eligible for this funding. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Drexel Fund Founders Program: The Drexel Fund offers a paid fellowship to innovative leaders with a strong desire and plan to launch high-quality, private schools for low-income children. The fellowship includes leadership coaching, cohort training and school launch support. Founders receive a living stipend and a budget for their individual learning plans during a one-year fellowship that culminates in founders requesting school start-up funding. Fellows with approved program plans will receive financial resources while starting the school as they grow full capacity. Successful schools will also be eligible for more funding to expand the school model. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Fulbright International Education Administrators Program: The International Education Administrators (IEA) seminars help U.S. higher education administrators establish lasting connections within the social, cultural and higher education systems of other countries. Selected administrators have the opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge about the host country’s higher education system and establish networks of U.S. and international colleagues during a two-week fully funded visit abroad. The IEA Seminars are open to experienced international education administrators and senior administrators. Deadlines vary by country. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • University of California Irvine Fully Funded PhD Program in Education: UC Irvine offers a fully funded PhD program in Education. Students receive quality mentoring, relevant coursework and opportunities for research apprenticeships on major projects. The program consists of basic coursework forming a strong foundation for all students before they select a specialization in learning, teaching, cognition and development (LTCD), educational policy and social context (EPSC), or language, literacy and technology (LTT). After selecting a specialization, students conduct independent research under an advisor. All accepted students receive payment of tuition and fees, health insurance and a living stipend. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Ernest F. Hollings Scholarship: The Hollings Scholarship Program provides successful undergraduate applicants with awards that include academic assistance (up to $8,000 per year) for full-time study during the 9-month academic year; a 10-week, full-time internship position ($650/week) during the summer at a NOAA facility; and, if reappointed, academic assistance (up to a maximum of $8,000) for full-time study during a second 9-month academic year. The internship between the first and second years of the award provides the Scholars with “hands-on”/ practical educational training experience in NOAA-related science, research, technology, policy, management, and education. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • APS/Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities Fellowship for Research in Edinburgh: In collaboration with the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH) at the University of Edinburgh, the APS offers a visiting fellowship of between 2-4 months for research in Edinburgh in any aspect of the humanities and social sciences. This award includes travel expenses between the United States and the United Kingdom, a private office, library and research facilities at the IASH, and a monthly subsistence paid by the APS. Travel expenses and the monthly subsistence amount will not exceed a maximum of $6,000. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Dissertation Fellowship: The Dissertation Fellowship program is designed to support the final year Ph.D. or Th.D. dissertation writing for students engaged in research pertaining to North American Christianity, especially projects with the potential to strengthen the religious life of North American Christians and their institutions, including seminaries, while simultaneously advancing American religious and theological scholarship. Applicants must be candidates for the Ph.D. or Th.D. degree in an accredited graduate school in the U.S. or Canada. Dissertation Fellowships will provide a stipend of $22,000 for 12 months. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Allen Ginsberg Fellowships: The fellowships are awarded annually to three incoming MFA Creative Writing and Poetics students (residency program). Recipients receive a $10,000 partially funded fellowship ($7,000 scholarship plus a $3,000 stipend). Students must be enrolled full-time and maintain a 3.7 GPA while attending Naropa. Students awarded a fellowship cannot simultaneously hold a GA position or another Naropa scholarship. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) at Mayo Clinic: Each year, approximately 130 undergraduate students from around the U.S. come to Mayo Clinic’s campus in Rochester, MN, to work beside both young and established scientists on a broad range of biomedical research questions. A limited number of fellowships are also available at the Mayo Clinic campuses in Jacksonville, FL, and Scottsdale, AZ. Candidates must be students currently in your sophomore or junior year at a U.S. university and seriously considering a biomedical research career as a Ph.D. or M.D.-Ph.D. (international students are eligible). The award is $5,000 for 10 weeks. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Pierre and Patricia Bikai Fellowship: The Pierre & Patricia Bikai Fellowship will be awarded to assist one graduate student for two months or two students for one month in conducting archaeological research in Jordan. The fellowship will provide room and board at ACOR and a stipend of $600 per month. The fellowship may be combined with another ACOR fellowship that will assist with travel, or the applicant may find travel funds from other sources. This fellowship is not for field work support, but to allow the awardee to continue study or research at ACOR after the field project has concluded and residency at the ACOR center is required. Open to enrolled graduate students of any nationality except Jordanian citizens. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • American Center of Oriental Research (Amman) Fellowship: The American Center of Oriental Research (ACOR) in Amman, Jordan, is a private, international, non-profit academic institution dedicated to promoting research and publication in the fields of archaeology, anthropology, ancient through modern history, art history, conservation and preservation studies, Arabic and other Near Eastern languages, Islamic studies, and many other fields related to Near Eastern studies. One NEH postdoctoral fellowship award of $16,800–$25,200, for a tenure of 4–6 months residence at ACOR in Amman, will be available. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Mercatus PhD Fellowship: The Mercatus PhD Fellowship is a competitive, full-time fellowship program for students pursuing a doctoral degree in economics at George Mason University. PhD Fellows take courses in market process economics, public choice, and institutional analysis and work on projects that use these lenses to understand global prosperity and social change. The total award of up to $200,000 (over five years) includes a monthly stipend, full tuition support (nine credits per semester), and experience as a research assistant working closely with Mercatus-affiliated Mason faculty. Acceptance into the fellowship program is dependent on acceptance into the PhD program in economics at George Mason University. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • New America Fellows: New America’s Fellows Program invests in thinkers—academics, journalists, independent scholars, and public policy analysts—who offer fresh and often unconventional perspectives on the major challenges facing our society. Fellows advance big ideas through research, reporting, analysis, and/or storytelling. Fellows benefit from a financial stipend, engagement with each other and with New America’s various policy programs, and the expanded audience and exposure from New America and its media partners. Precise terms and stipend levels of fellowships vary widely, as some fellows work full-time at New America in pursuit of their research, while many others have other professional commitments during the term of their fellowship. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Spencer Fellowship for Education Reporting: The Spencer Fellowship for Education Reporting is open to journalists, educators and education policy researchers who want to develop an ambitious, long-form journalism project to advance the understanding of education. Each fellow will receive a $75,000 stipend plus research expenses to support their academic year studying with professors throughout the Columbia campuses and working on projects under the guidance of mentors at Columbia Journalism School. Applications are open to U.S. and international journalists but projects must be done in English. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Repair the World Fellowship: Repair the World is an 11-month fellowship in which fellows (age 21-26) work with 1 to 3 non-profits addressing issues in hunger or education, and serve as a capacity builder through volunteering and recruiting the Jewish community and others to volunteer as well. Fellows receive training in a variety of skills including group facilitation, data analysis, public speaking and community engagement while learning about Jewish approaches to social justice. Fellowships are available in Detroit, Miami, New York, Philadelphia or Pittsburgh and include housing, health insurance and a stipend of $600 a month. Priority deadline in January.  After the deadline applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis according to spaces remaining in the Fellowship. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • CEU Doctoral Scholarships: To draw outstanding talent to the university, Central European University offers generous financial aid to PhD students. Candidates who apply by the financial aid deadline are automatically considered for the CEU Doctoral Scholarship. The CEU Doctoral Scholarship covers the full cost of tuition and health insurance, complete with a monthly stipend of HUF 242,000 (approx. EUR 780) to assist with housing and living costs. Students can choose to rent private accommodation or book a room at the CEU Residence Center. The CEU Doctoral Scholarship is awarded for a period of 36 months in total. The degree is taught in English. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • CAF Medical Research Grants and Fellowships: The Cooley’s Anemia Foundation is accepting applications for medical research grants and fellowships in areas related to thalassemia. The awards are in 3 categories: Support for Ongoing Clinical Research in Thalassemia; Clinical Trials in Thalassemia Cell and Gene Therapy; and Research Fellowships. Applicants from all disciplines and backgrounds (MD, RN, PhD, MPH, MSW or other disciplines) are encouraged to apply. Support for Ongoing Clinical Research in Thalassemia is $50,000 annually; Clinical Trials in Thalassemia Cell and Gene Therapy is $75,000 annually. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF): The Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF) is a fully funded, eight-week summer residential program that brings approximately 20 talented, motivated, and bright undergraduate students from across the U.S. and provides them with an immersive research experience. Fellows will participate in a robust graduate school preparation program including a GRE study course, excursions around the Bay Area, community-building activities, participation in a research poster symposium, and a strong mentorship component. SURF provides students with housing, a meal plan, a travel stipend, and a stipend upon completion of the program. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Knight-Wallace Fellowship for Midwest News: The Knight-Wallace Fellowship for Midwest News helps build and sustain local and regional news sources in the Midwest. The 8-month program offers dedicated support to founders, editors and senior staff from news projects launched within the past five years to further develop their vision, consult with experts and implement their learnings following the fellowship. Journalists awarded the Midwest News Fellowship will fully participate in the Knight-Wallace Fellowship program of specialized study, workshops and international travel, and receive a $75,000 stipend and health insurance. Applicants must be based in and work in the Midwest. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Foreign Affairs Information Technology (FAIT) Fellowship: The Foreign Affairs Information Technology (FAIT) Fellowship is an opportunity for students to pursue an IT-related degree and launch a career in the U.S. Foreign Service as an Information Management Specialist. Fellows receive up to $37,500 annually for their junior and senior years in an IT-related undergrad program, or for a two-year master’s program. These funds are applied toward tuition, room and board, books, mandatory fees, and some travel expenses. Plus, you’ll receive stipends, housing and travel allowances for the two summer internship experiences. Applicants must be a U.S. citizen and enrolled in an undergraduate program relevant to Information Technology and entering the junior year OR seeking admission in an IT-related master’s degree program, at a U.S.-based accredited institution. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Fellowship Program for International Postdoctoral Researchers: The Council for Higher Education in Israel and the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities are seeking top young recent PhD graduates to take on a postdoctoral position with leading scientists and scholars in Israel on cutting-edge research in all fields of science, social science and humanities. The fellowship is open to international candidates who have received a PhD from a recognized higher education institution outside of Israel less than 4 years from the time of application. Fellows will be awarded for two years the amount of 160,000 NIS (~$47,000) per year. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Arlen Specter Center for Public Service Research Fellowship: The Arlen Specter Center research fellowships aid scholars working on issues of importance in policy, legislation and history. The fellow will use the Arlen Specter Collection at the University of Pittsburgh and Jefferson University which includes extensive papers, audiovisuals, photographs and memorabilia documenting his 30-year Senatorial career. A portion of the research must originate from the collection and the fellowship is open to graduate and postgraduate students working on a project that is consistent with the Senator’s legacy. The fellowship provides a stipend of $5K. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. / Due February 1, 2021

 

  • Harry S. Truman Scholarship: The mission of the Truman Scholarship Foundation is to find and recognize college juniors with exceptional leadership potential who are committed to careers in government, the nonprofit or advocacy sectors, education or elsewhere in the public service. Truman Scholars receive up to $30,000 for graduate or professional school, participate in leadership development activities, and have special opportunities for internships and employment with the federal government. All Candidates for the Truman must be nominated by their undergraduate institution. / Due February 2, 2021

 

  • Doris Duke Conservation Scholars: The Doris Duke Conservation Scholars Program at the University of California-Santa Cruz (UCSC) is a two-year program for undergraduates. During the first summer, Scholars participate in a field-based course focused on collaborative research in California. Throughout the school year, program staff check-in with Scholars to support their goals. After a winter workshop, Scholars pursue 8-week conservation practice internships with conservation organizations and agencies. Scholars must be enrolled at or accepted as transfer students to four-year colleges or universities in the US with at least two more years of college left. / Due February 2, 2021

 

  • Boren Scholarships: Boren Scholarships provide funding to U.S. undergraduate students to study abroad in areas of the world that are critical to U.S. interests and underrepresented in study abroad. Boren Scholarships support study and research in areas of the world that are critical to U.S. interests, including Africa, Asia, Central & Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East, with a focus on studying less commonly taught languages. Boren Scholars represent a variety of academic backgrounds, but all are interested in studying less commonly taught languages. Max scholarship awards are $8K for a summer program (special initiative for STEM students only), $12.5K for a semester and $25K for a full academic year. Boren Scholars commit to working in the federal government for at least 1 year after graduation and receive exclusive opportunities and preferential consideration for government careers. / Due February 3, 2021

 

  • UC Berkeley Amgen Scholars Program: The Amgen Scholars Program is a national program at the University of California, Berkeley to increase research opportunities for students committed to pursuing careers in the sciences and biotechnology. This program provides outstanding science undergraduates with research experience and increases participants’ competitiveness as candidates for admission to prestigious graduate and professional institutions. You must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident AND be enrolled in a college or university in the U.S. or U.S. territory. 22 – 25 positions available. / Due February 3, 2021

 

  • Bacon Environmental Fellowship: The Louis Bacon Environmental Leadership Program connects fellows with highly accomplished national & international leaders, providing them with the skills to foster sustainable environmental impact, build cross-sector partnerships to accomplish key goals, and inspire new ideas and innovative change to safeguard natural resources & promote a healthy global ecosystem. Fellows must apply to the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS applications are due before Program applications – check the website). Covers scholarship & health fees for 2 years while pursuing a Master’s plus a living stipend up to $10K/year. / Due February 4, 2021

 

  • Emirates Leadership Initiative Fellowship: The Emirates Leadership Initiative (ELI) Fellowship is open to all admitted degree program students at Harvard Kennedy School hailing from the United Arab Emirates and other countries within the Arab League. Applicants will be considered based on their demonstrated interest in developing their leadership and public management skills in the United Arab Emirates and in Arab League countries. Successful candidates demonstrate excellent academic credentials, a deep commitment to public service, and strong leadership potential in the Middle East. Full tuition, stipend and health fees provided for 2 years. (HKS applications are due before Program applications – check the website). / Due February 4, 2021

 

  • Gleitsman Leadership Fellowship: The Gleitsman Fellowship sponsors Harvard Kennedy School students who are emerging social activists and innovators who are interested in pursuing a career with transformative impact on society. Gleitsman Fellows will participate in an enriching co-curricular experience designed to enhance their skills and engage their development as the next generation of public leaders. The fellowship is for 2 years and includes tuition and health fees as well as leadership training co-curricular courses. Open to domestic and international applicants entering their first year at HKS. Applicants must apply to HKS by December (check the website). / Due February 4, 2021

 

  • Fellowship for Serving African-American Communities: The Fellowship for Serving African-American Communities at Harvard Kennedy School brings together diverse and talented emerging leaders based on their demonstrated leadership promise and demonstrated interest in reducing disparities in African-American communities through efforts in health care, education, economic development, public policy, criminal justice reform, social entrepreneurship, and a variety of other fields. Fellows are awarded a full tuition scholarship and health fees and are eligible for a stipend up to $10K. This fellowship is open to applicants entering their first year of study in any of the Harvard Kennedy School’s masters’ degree programs. / Due February 4, 2021

 

  • U.S. Latino Leadership Fellowship: The U.S. Latino Leadership Fellowship is a game-changing opportunity for practitioners, scholars, and activists ready to lead the transformation of U.S. Latino and other underserved communities. The fellowship aims to create sustainable changes and innovative ideas to revolutionize local and national policies toward these communities while also giving the fellow networking opportunities and leadership training. The fellowship is open to all Harvard Kennedy School graduate degree programs and includes full tuition, health insurance and a $25K/year stipend for the duration of the degree. Applicants must apply to HKS by December – check the website. / Due February 4, 2021

 

  • Hartford Hospital Summer Student Pre-Med & Research Program: The program is designed exclusively for pre-medical students (who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents) completing their junior year in college. It offers the student an introduction to research methodology, patient treatment, and ethical issues in medicine as well as exposure to a broad spectrum of healthcare providers within a large community teaching hospital. 14-18 positions are awarded annually to qualified pre-medical students who will have completed their junior year of college in the spring. The award for the ten-week Program is $1,800 and dormitory housing is provided as needed. / Due February 5, 2021

 

  • The Congressional Innovation Scholars Program: The Congressional Innovation Scholars Program bridges the divide between Congress and the technology sector. Current graduate students or recent recipients of Master’s or Ph.D. degrees work with Members of Congress and Congressional Committees in order to build capacity in Congress, train cross-sector leaders, keep Congress up to date about the latest challenges and opportunities relating to technology, support TechCongress by writing about and presenting on their experiences periodically, and represent TechCongress and the Congressional Innovation Scholars at meetings. Scholars earn a stipend equivalent to $60K during the 10-month program. / Due February 5, 2021

 

  • Urban Leaders Fellowship: The Urban Leaders Fellowship is a 7 week paid summer fellowship for early- to mid-career professionals who are already leaders in their own right and are looking to accelerate their leadership through fellowship with a focus on policy and practice. Fellows work half-time on high-level policy projects with an elected official and half-time alongside partner organizations in cities across the country. We work in 9 cities: Atlanta, Dallas, Denver, Indianapolis, KCMO, Nashville, New Orleans, Oakland, and Washington, D.C. Fellows receive a base stipend of $2,500. Three deadlines. / Due February 6, 2021

 

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