Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: June 20 – July 3, 2021

May 03, 2021 • Views -
The NASA Postdoctoral Program provides scientists the opportunity to share in NASA’s mission

This week, the list of upcoming fellowship deadlines includes a number of opportunities in a variety of career levels and fields. There are programs for international study in Germany, Japan, and more. You could work for NASA in the United States or study leadership at Harvard University. You’ve got 8 weeks to apply! Apply now!

Not ready to apply this year? Click the links to bookmark these fellowships to your ProFellow account.

 

Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: June 20 – July 3, 2021

 

  • Surge Fellowship: The Surge Fellowship is a one-year program for 20-25 emerging leaders of color in education. The Institute identifies and accelerates promising education talent of color to enhance their expertise and aptitude, empowering them to transform the education ecosystem. The fellowship focuses on executive skill development, individual leadership development, education policy, team building, and communication and navigation. Fellowships are available for Chicago and Bay Area residents who work in education or other youth-serving roles, and who have a minimum of 6 years of work experience. / Due June 20, 2021

 

  • DAAD Short Term Lectureship: The DAAD Short Term Lectureship program facilitates the process of hosting German guest lecturers in North America. Its goal of sharing the talents of highly qualified German scholars with Canadian and US universities aims to promote academic activity in specialized fields, fill curricular gaps, or act as a stimulus for teaching and research. Thus this program is open to all academic disciplines. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and reviewed four times a year. They must be received in Bonn at least ten weeks prior in order to be reviewed on a particular date. / Due June 21, 2021

 

  • Eugene C. Pulliam Fellowship for Editorial Writing: The Pulliam Fellowship awards $75,000 to an outstanding editorial writer or columnist to expand their journalistic horizons and knowledge of the world. The annual award can be used to cover the cost of study, research and/or travel in any field. Candidates must hold a part-time or full-time editorial writing or columnist position at a news publication in the United States and have at least 3 years of relevant work experience. Fellows must publish their work in the form of editorials and other writings, including books, within 18 months of receiving the fellowship. / Due June 22, 2021

 

  • Russell Sage Foundation Visiting Scholars Program: The Russell Sage Foundation’s Visiting Scholars Program provides a unique opportunity for select scholars in the social, economic, and behavioral sciences to pursue their research and writing while in residence at the Foundation’s New York headquarters. Research carried out by fellows analyzes the complex and shifting nature of social and economic life in the United States. Scholars are provided with an office at the Foundation, research assistance, computer and library facilities, and supplemental salary support of up to 50 percent of their academic year salary. All scholar applicants must have a Ph.D. or comparable terminal degree. / Due June 24, 2021

 

  • CHCF Health Equity Fellowship Program: To support their vision for health equity for all Californians, CHCF is launching the CHCF Health Equity Fellowship Program. The mission of this program is to identify, develop, and support emerging BIPOC leaders who have the capacity to become local and regional catalysts for health equity across California. Over the two-year fellowship, fellows will be trained to assume the position of program officer and receive professional and leadership development support. The annual salary will be $120,000. / Due June 28, 2021

 

  • Hedgebrook Writers in Residence: The Writers in Residence Program is Hedgebrook’s core program, supporting the fully-funded residencies of approximately 40 writers at the retreat each year. Hedgebrook is on Whidbey Island, about thirty-five miles northwest of Seattle. Situated on 48-acres of forest and meadow facing Puget Sound, with a view of Mount Rainier, the retreat hosts writers from all over the world for residencies of two to four weeks, at no cost to the writer. This residency is open to women writers in all genres! Four writers are in residence at a time, each housed in a handcrafted cottage. / Due June 28, 2021

 

  • NOAA Coral Reef Management Fellowship Program: The fellowship program was established to respond to the need for additional coral reef management capacity in the U.S. Flag Pacific and Caribbean islands. State and territorial coral reef management agencies are provided two-year Fellows whose education and work experience meet each island’s specific needs while providing the individual fellows with professional experience in coastal and coral reef resources management. Fellows are government contractors and receive a non-negotiable yearly salary. Applicants typically have a master’s degree and 2 years of experience or a bachelor’s degree and 4 years of experience. / Due June 28, 2021

 

  • Wellcome Trust International Training Fellowships: The International Training fellowships offer nationals of low- and middle-income countries the opportunity to receive training at the postgraduate or postdoctoral level. Research proposals should focus on a health priority in a low- or middle-income country. The fellowship is for 3 years and includes a salary plus coverage of other fees and research costs. Fellows are encouraged to collaborate with researchers in other low- and middle-income countries. Fellows will work with a sponsoring institution to learn new skills and become leaders in independent research. / Due June 29, 2021

 

  • Global Good Fund Fellowship Program: The Global Good Fund accelerates the development of high potential young leaders (up to age 40) tackling the world’s greatest social issues through entrepreneurship. We achieve this by investing both targeted human and financial capital in these leaders through our 12-month fellowship program. We support our Fellows in their natural work environments, craft personalized Leadership Development Plans, and pair Fellows with personalized executive coaches through implementation with up to $10,000 in funding. We additionally provide fellows with leadership assessment resources, a network of peer leaders, and sector expertise. / Due June 30, 2021

 

  • Bard Fiction Prize: The Bard Fiction Prize was created to inspire and assist fledgling fiction writers, age 39 and younger, to strive for their artistic goals and offer a vibrant, creative atmosphere in an academic setting. Each year one fellowship is awarded to a promising, emerging American writer. In addition to a $30,000 stipend, the winning Fellow receives an appointment as writer in residence at Bard College for one semester, without the expectation that he or she teach traditional courses. Fellows must give at least one public lecture during their fellowship. Candidates must be US citizens with a published book or novel. / Due June 30, 2021

 

  • Advanced Leadership Initiative: Through the Advanced Leadership Initiative, Harvard is seeking to tap the experience of a socially conscious generation of leaders and help redirect and broaden their skills to fill critical leadership gaps in solving major social issues. Each year, a select group of Fellows from diverse sectors with a track record of achievement and accomplishment comes to Harvard to transition from their primary income-earning careers and prepare for their next phase plan as change agents for society. ALI provides support commensurate with AL Fellows’ status and stage of life, including shared office suite space, provision for spouse or partner to enroll in AL Partner Program, and special invitations to join other Harvard events. 4 deadlines for expression of interest each year. / Due June 30, 2021

 

  • MIF Research Fellowship Program: The Matsumae International Foundation’s Research Fellowship Program was created to deal with national egoism and help nations move toward world peace. The fellowship is particularly geared toward enhancing Japan’s foreign relations with other nations and ensuring the preservation of mankind. Fellowships are for 3-6 months of research in Japan with an institution of the fellow’s choosing. Fellows must hold a Ph.D., be over 49 years old, and have an interest in solving major problems facing humanity. Fellows in the fields of science, engineering, and medicine will be given first priority. / Due June 30, 2021

 

  • TIAA Nonprofit Leadership Fellows Program: Live your passion to transform the world and gain new skills and networks to embark on an exciting nonprofit leadership career through the TIAA Nonprofit Leadership Fellows Program at the Do Good Institute (DGI), School of Public Policy at the University of Maryland. The program is focused on providing professional development opportunities to students who wish to pursue careers in the nonprofit field. Fellowships support master’s students as they complete their degree and include: 2 years of tuition, health benefits, mentoring, training, and paid internships. / Due June 30, 2021

 

  • JAARS Fellows: JAARS is a multidisciplinary team of problem-solvers who are committed to the belief that people’s lives and communities are transformed as they experience God’s Word in their own language. JAARS Fellows is an 11-month, merit-based, professional opportunity providing entry into fellows’ first career positions. Fellows join the staff in key positions and receive a spiritual and personal mentor as well as life skills training, intercultural communication development, and a bi-weekly stipend. Fellows must be biblical Christ-followers, value global ministry, have completed accredited post-secondary degrees, and be at least 18 years old. / Due June 30, 2021

 

  • Tony Blankley Fellowship: The Steamboat Institute established the Tony Blankley Fellowship for Public Policy and American Exceptionalism to honor the memory of Tony Blankley. It is their intention to build on Tony’s substantial legacy by nurturing and supporting the careers of outstanding young journalists and emerging conservative thought leaders who share the principles and values espoused by the late Tony Blankley and The Steamboat Institute. The fellow will receive a $10,000 stipend, travel expenses, speaking engagements, public relations/social media support, and extensive networking opportunities. / Due June 30, 2021

 

  • Momentum Fellowship: The Momentum Fellowship is designed to prepare professionals from underrepresented communities, particularly communities of color, for successful careers in the philanthropic sector through professional development, networking, and mentoring opportunities. Fellows will be placed in temporary full-time positions at host foundations. Candidates should come from a community that is currently underrepresented in philanthropy, such as a community of color, LGBTQ, disability, or other groups. Preference will be given to residents of the Pacific Northwest, with a willingness to commit to service in the region. / Due June 30, 2021

 

  • Information Controls Fellowship Program (ICFP): The Information Controls Fellowship Program (ICFP) supports examination into how governments in countries or areas of Open Technology Fund’s core focus are restricting the free flow of information, cutting access to the open internet, and implementing censorship mechanisms, thereby threatening the ability of global citizens to exercise basic human rights and democracy; work focused on mitigation of such threats is also supported. Fellowships are available in 3, 6, 9, and 12-month durations and are typically awarded to postdoctoral scholars, Ph.D. students, and other experienced researchers. Applicants from around the world are invited to apply. / Due June 30, 2021

 

  • Wangarni Fellowship: The Wangarni Fellowship is a two-year leadership experience designed to give aspiring leaders the opportunity to develop their leadership skills as they contribute to transforming the education system. Future leaders (Wangarni) serve as full-time teachers in disinvested early childhood schools to transform outcomes for all children, deepen their understanding of the education landscape and gain an in-depth understanding of the roots of education injustice. / Due June 30, 2021

 

  • TED Fellows: Every year, through a rigorous application process, TED selects a group of rising stars across all disciplines to be TED Fellows based on remarkable achievement, strength of character, and an innovative approach to solving the world’s tough problems. Once selected, Fellows receive transformational support. Fellows are invited to attend a TED Conference, where they meet, exchange ideas, and give their own TED Talk. They participate in a professional coaching and mentoring program, work with a public relations expert dedicated to sharing their latest projects with the world, and are active in an online network, resulting in collective problem-solving, cross-disciplinary collaborations, and resource sharing. All TED Fellows also have the opportunity to apply for a Senior Fellowship. / Due June 30, 2021

 

  • India Fellow Program: The India Fellow Program seeks to train and empower the next generation of leaders in India. The fellowship is for 18 months and includes training, working, and mentoring components. The fellow will participate in several workshops that build leadership and problem-solving skills. Fellows work with a grassroots organization brainstorming ideas and helping the organization grow. A stipend is included to cover costs while working and fellows will have access to mentors and networking opportunities throughout the fellowship. Fellows must be Indian citizens, 21-28 years of age, and have a university degree. / Due June 30, 2021
  • Active Citizenship Fellowship: The Active Citizen Fellowship is designed for civil society leaders under 45 years old in Nigeria, who have demonstrated passion and commitment in the past to promote democracy and improve the quality of life in their communities through their initiatives. The fellowship offers opportunities for the fellows to learn more about citizen engagement and advocacy from industry experts. One participant will receive an N50,000 grant and all participants will have premium access to the I Take Actions’ website for one year, worth N15,000, to run their campaigns and mobilize citizens for support. / Due June 30, 2021

 

  • Jeremiah Fellowship: Jeremiah is for 22-32, year-old Jews who live in a Jeremiah region (Los Angeles, San Francisco Bay Area, Washington, DC). The Jeremiah Fellowship gives Jews who are committed to economic and social justice the opportunity to explore how Jewish values, culture, and community support and further their goals. Throughout the program, which lasts 9 months, Fellows meet together regularly for skill-building sessions, Jewish study and reflection, and mutual support. Participants do not pay for their Fellowship, which includes nine months of training, guest speakers, and materials; as well as accommodations and meals. / Due July 1, 2021

 

  • RPB Medical Student Eye Research Fellowship: The Medical Student Fellowship (MSF) encourages gifted medical school students to consider careers in eye research and allows them to take one year off from their studies to participate in a research project at an RPB-supported department of ophthalmology. RPB-supported Chairs may nominate a medical student prior to his/her third or fourth year of medical school. Only MD students are eligible; MD/Ph.D. students are not eligible to apply. The award is $30,000. Applications received with no prior nomination will not be accepted. Two nomination deadlines per year. Check at www.rpbusa.org / Due July 1, 2021

 

  • NASA Postdoctoral Program: The NASA Postdoctoral Program (NPP) provides early-career and more senior scientists the opportunity to share in NASA’s mission, to reach for new heights and reveal the unknown so that what we do and learn will benefit all humankind. NASA Postdoctoral Fellows work on 1 to 3, year assignments with scientists and engineers at NASA centers and institutes to advance missions in earth science, heliophysics, planetary science, astrophysics, space bioscience, aeronautics, engineering, human exploration and space operations, astrobiology, and science management. Stipends start at a minimum of $60K/year and include other benefits and travel allowances.  / Due July 1, 2021

 

  • ShUM Artist in Residence: The cities of Speyer, Worms, and Mainz (ShUM) are offering up to three project fellowships for the realization of an artistic project that addresses the history of the ShUM communities and their religious, cultural, and architectural legacy. It is expected of the scholarship holders that they allow the interested public to participate in their work and their concepts in an appropriate form during their 4-6 week stay. During this time, the place of residence and work is in one of the three ShUM cities and is offered a rent-free furnished apartment, a studio/workspace, travel costs up to € 1,000, a maintenance allowance of € 250 per week of stay, and a cost-sharing ( Material or services) up to € 1,000. / Due July 1, 2021

 

  • Western University Fully Funded PhD in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering: Western University offers a fully-funded Ph.D. Program in Chemical and Biochemical Engineering. The Ph.D. is a 4-year research program working closely with an advisor. There are several fields of research to focus on including biomaterials and biochemical, environmental and green, macromolecular and materials, particle technology and fluidization, and reaction and process systems. Funding comes from a mixture of scholarships, fellowships, studentships, and grants. Minimum aid for Ph.D. students includes full tuition and a stipend of $14,000 per year. Different deadlines for domestic and international applicants in the fall, winter, and summer. / Due July 1, 2021

 

  • SchUM Artist in Residence: The cities of Speyer, Worms, and Mainz (SchUM) are offering up to three project fellowships for the realization of an artistic project that addresses the history of the ShUM communities and their religious, cultural, and architectural legacy. It is expected of the scholarship holders that they allow the interested public to participate in their work and their concepts in an appropriate form during their 4-6 week stay. During this time, the place of residence and work is in one of the three SchUM cities and is offered a rent-free furnished apartment, a studio/workspace, travel costs up to € 1,000, a maintenance allowance of € 250 per week of stay, and a cost-sharing ( Material or services) up to € 1,000. / Due July 1, 2021

 

  • NYC Civic Corps: The NYC Civic Corps, an AmeriCorps program run by NYC Service, unites a diverse group of professionals to serve full-time with partnering organizations for 10.5 months, serving full-time to build volunteer management systems and leverage over 40,000 volunteers to increase the quality and quantity of services delivered to underserved and vulnerable individuals. Corps members receive a monthly living stipend, health benefits and an end-of-service education award of $6,095. Corps Members range from age 22-72 and are placed in a wide array of non-profit organizations and City agencies throughout the five boroughs of NYC. / Due July 2, 2021

 

  • Children’s Writers-in-Residence Program: The Associates of the Boston Public Library sponsors a Children’s Writer-in-Residence program annually. The program is intended to provide an emerging children’s writer with the financial support and office space needed to complete one literary work for children or young adults. The Children’s Writer-in-Residence receives a $20,000 stipend and office space at the BPL’s Central Library in Copley Square. He or she must work a minimum of 19 hours per week at the BPL during the nine-month residency (September – May). Projects eligible for this program are fiction, non-fiction, a script, or poetry, intended for children or young adults. / Due July 2, 2021

 

  • NIF/Shatil Social Justice Fellowship: The NIF/Shatil Social Justice Fellowship is a 10-month immersive experience in Israel, where fellows work on cutting-edge social justice issues alongside veteran activists. Fellows spend four days per week working on the front lines of social change in Israel at a premiere Israeli social change organization. In addition to monthly seminars, fellows will learn about the coalition and movement building from experts. Living expenses are covered by a stipend. Fellows should have strong Hebrew language skills or proficiency in Arabic. / Due July 2, 2021

 

© Victoria Johnson / ProFellow, LLC 2021, all rights reserved.

  • 3
    Shares