This list of upcoming fellowship deadlines includes programs for junior undergraduates, graduate students, law school students, lawyers, performing artists, and primary school teachers. There are also specific opportunities for international students in Norway, mid-career professionals, and young American and French professionals. You’ll also find opportunities relevant to journalism, social work, language study, literature, public policy, leadership, theater arts, and food and nutrition. You’ve got 8 weeks to apply! Apply now!
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Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: March 17 – 30, 2024
- John D. Solomon Fellowship for Public Service: The New York City Office of Emergency Management is accepting applications for the John D. Solomon Fellowship for Public Service. Fellows will complete a nine-month, paid fellowship in a New York City government agency or nonprofit focusing on emergency management. Graduate students in the fields of emergency management, public safety, journalism, social work, law, or a related field are eligible. For further eligibility requirements and to learn more about participating agencies, visit the fellowship Web site. / Apply by March 17, 2024
- 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 March 17, 2024
- Eagleton Science and Politics Fellowship: Rutgers University is offering the Eagleton Science and Politics Fellowship, which will place Ph. Ph.D.-level scientists and engineers into New Jersey State legislative or executive offices as science aides for a full year. Supported by a stipend, selected Fellows will participate in an intensive summer training seminar focused on New Jersey state politics and government. All scientists and engineers with a PhD-level degree can apply and students in their final year of study however, they must complete their defense and all degree requirements by July 1 of the fellowship period. (after Priority Deadline, applications are reviewed on a space-available basis) / Apply by March 17, 2024
- Weil Legal Innovators Program: The Weil Legal Innovators Program engages incoming law school students in addressing some of the most pressing social and legal challenges in our communities today. Weil Legal Innovators are incoming law school students who plan to attend one of eight WLI Law School Partners. Innovators defer their first year of law school to work at a WLI partner nonprofit organization for a paid public service fellowship. Fellows receive $50,000 in compensation for the fellowship year, plus benefits and a one-time $10,000 law school scholarship awarded upon starting the first year of law school at a WLI partner institution. / Apply by March 18, 2024
- Mobility Grant for Norwegian Language and Literature: Mobility Grant for Norwegian Language and Literature shall facilitate shorter study/research stays in Norway for foreign students. The grant must be used for fieldwork in Norway in connection with the thesis for a Master’s or PhD in Norwegian language and Norwegian literature. The scholarship is awarded for a study stay of 1-3 months at a Norwegian higher education/research institution. The grant will cover expenses in connection with the research stay in Norway. The grant is currently NOK 10 092 per month. Fieldwork is one of the three northernmost counties in Norway will in addition imply an extra travel grant of NOK 1,000. Grants for travel to and from Norway are not awarded. / Apply by March 18, 2024
- 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 nationwide. 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. / Apply by March 20, 2024
- 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 leaders in their community. / Apply by March 21, 2024
- French-American Foundation Young Leaders Program: The Young Leaders program convenes a vibrant and highly selective group of French and American professionals whose common link is their demonstrated leadership and passion for forging bonds in a globalized world. Young Leaders, hailing from a diverse array of sectors, attend two 5-day seminars over two years, one year in France and one year in the United States. Participants come together to engage in pertinent dialogue around issues of common concern for France and the US, meet with local and global experts, and get to know one another. The Foundation covers the travel and lodging expenses of the Young Leaders for the two seminars. / Apply by March 22, 2024
- Eisenhower Global Scholars: Eisenhower Global Scholars are American college graduates who go abroad for an academic year. They experience intensive study and hands-on work experience, leading to a Master of Public Policy degree from the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford in England or a Master’s in International Relations degree at the School of Global and Public Affairs at IE University in Spain. Candidates must be US citizens or residents between 20 and 30 years old, with a strong academic record, commitment to community involvement, proven leadership potential, and a concrete project proposal that the year of study will advance. / Apply by March 22, 2024
- Halcyon Incubator Fellowships: The Halcyon Incubator program equips early-stage social entrepreneurs with the support they need to transform audacious ideas into scalable and sustainable ventures and change the world. Fellows learn many aspects of running a business, receive mentorship throughout the entire process, and make connections that will benefit them as they move forward with their ideas. The fellowship includes a 14-week residency at the Halcyon House in Washington, DC, workspace after the initial training, and a stipend. Available to social entrepreneurs from around the world who are fluent in English and have legal work status in the U.S. during the time of the fellowship. / Apply by March 22, 2024
- Young Professionals Programme for Legal Empowerment (YPPLE): The Young Professionals Program for Legal Empowerment (YPPLE) aims to equip young legal professionals to become powerful change agents. The program teaches fellows to develop a holistic understanding of how grassroots legal empowerment plays a catalytic role in bringing social change. The 2-year fellowship is open to young law graduates/legal professionals in India who wish to pursue a career in the field of human rights as lawyers, practitioners, researchers, or academics. Fellows will engage in field-based research and contribute to the advocacy work of their assigned organization. A monthly stipend of Rs. 30,000 is provided. YPPLE starts accepting applications in March. / Apply by March 24, 2024
- Equal Justice America Legal Service Fellowships: Equal Justice America is pleased to offer fellowships of up to $5,000 to students at select law schools in the U.S. who work full-time during the summer for organizations providing direct civil legal assistance for the poor. Interning under the supervision of experienced attorneys, fellows provide crucial assistance to low-income clients struggling through the complexities of the civil justice system. Law students must secure a full-time (35 hours per week) placement for at least 10 weeks at a non-profit organization providing direct civil legal services to the poor. Placements can be anywhere in the United States. / Apply by March 25, 2024
- Partners for Justice Professional Fellowship: Partners for Justice Professional Fellowship offers a unique opportunity to drive meaningful change while gaining hands-on experience within the criminal legal system. The PFJ Professional Fellowship offers access to professional development support, funding, training, coaching, mentorship, and assistance in professional and academic applications. As a Client Advocate Fellow, you’ll serve as a full-time, in-person, entry-level employee within a public defender office for up to two years. Annual compensation ranges from $40,000 to $55,000, depending on office placement. / Apply by March 25, 2024
- OnRamp Fellowship: The OnRamp Fellowship, powered by Diversity Lab, is a re-entry platform that matches experienced lawyers returning to the workforce after a career hiatus with law firms and legal departments in the U.S. for year-long paid positions. To facilitate successful Fellowship placements, applicants are rigorously screened and matched with organizations based on cultural fit and the success traits that are essential for advancement. Lawyers interested in applying must have at least three years of full-time, post-licensure legal practice experience at one or more mid-sized to large legal organizations; have taken a hiatus from the practice of law for at least two consecutive years; and have an active license to practice law in the U.S. / Apply by March 27, 2024
- Voyager Scholarship for Public Service: The Voyager Scholarship was created by the Obamas and Brian Chesky to help shape public service leaders. This scholarship gives college students financial aid to alleviate the burden of college debt, meaningful travel experiences to expand their horizons, and a network of mentors and leaders to support them. Students will receive up to $25,000 per year, a $10,000 summer stipend and free Airbnb housing. After graduation, Airbnb will provide the students with a $2,000 travel credit every year for 10 years. The Voyager Scholarship is open to students entering their junior year of college at an accredited four-year college or university in the US. / Apply by March 27, 2024
- McKnight Theater Artist Fellowships: The McKnight Theater Artist Fellowships at the Playwrights’ Center recognize theater artists other than playwrights. The program intends to recognize and support mid-career artists living and working in Minnesota who demonstrate a sustained level of accomplishment, commitment, and attributes of artistic merit. The $25,000 fellowships are intended to significantly advance recipients’ art and careers. Selection is based on a commitment to theater arts, evidence of professional achievement, and a sustained body of work over multiple years. The Theater Artist Fellowship is open to actors, directors, dramaturgs, stage managers, and theatrical designers (including puppetry). / Apply by March 28, 2024
- RSE Personal Research Fellowships: RSE Personal Research Fellowships allow eligible applicants to take up to twelve months to focus on a research project of their choice. The award provides funding for the appointment of a temporary replacement to enable the awardee to take research leave, either in their institution or elsewhere, while remaining in continuous employment with their present employer. In addition to funding the salary, this grant funds research costs for the awardee. Fellowships are open to early and mid-career researchers. Applicants must be existing members of academic staff on open-ended or continuing contracts in a Higher Education Institution (HEI), Research Institution (RI), or Cultural Institution (CI) in Scotland. / Apply by March 28, 2024
- Beinecke Scholarship Program: The Beinecke Scholarship Program is open to college juniors who intend to pursue graduate study in the arts, humanities, and social sciences at any accredited university. Each scholar receives $5,000 before matriculating in graduate school and $30,000 while attending graduate school. The funding must be used within five years of completing undergraduate studies. A total of 18 new scholarships are awarded each year from among more than 100 nominations. Nomination by a participating college or university is required. The nomination deadline is in late February or early March and each college can nominate only one student for the award. / Apply by March 29, 2024
- Blossom Hill Foundation Fellowship: Blossom Hill offers fellowships to social entrepreneurs who have developed an innovative approach, program, or product that positively impacts war-affected Middle Eastern communities, either in-country or displaced due to conflict. These solutions are spearheaded by individuals who hail from the region or are deeply connected to the Middle East. Fellowships are up to $50,000 a year and are renewable every year depending on the assessment and evaluation of the project’s impact. Before applying check the website for the pitch video submission deadline. / Apply by March 29, 2024
- Food Corps Program: Food Corps members teach children about food and nutrition in the classroom by developing and teaching lesson plans to grades ranging from kindergarten through high school, integrating activities into subjects such as math, science, and history, working with teachers and school administrators to increase food and nutrition education in curricula, and more. You will be placed with one service site for your year-long term. FoodCorps service sites operate under 12-15 host sites, each located in a different state. Fellows receive a $17,500 living allowance, a $5,730 AmeriCorps Segal Education Award, health insurance, and other benefits. / Apply by March 29, 2024
- Dog Tag Inc. Fellowship: Dog Tag Inc. (DTI) runs a living business school for transitioning veterans with service-connected disabilities, military spouses, and caregivers, empowering them to rediscover purpose through an entrepreneurship-focused fellowship program. Throughout the five-month program, fellows gain business skills in both the classroom and in practice at Dog Tag Bakery. The Fellowship program combines coursework, workshops, wellness techniques, guest speakers, and experiential learning to help fellows find what they want to do next beyond their military-connected service. Fellows graduate with a certificate in business administration from Georgetown University and receive a monthly stipend. / Apply by March 29, 2024
- McGraw Fellowship for Business Journalism: The McGraw Fellowship provides editorial and financial support to journalists who need the time and resources to produce a significant story or series that provides fresh insight into an important business or economic topic. Awards are $5,000 a month for 1-3 months; in exceptional cases, longer grants are provided based on specific proposals. Applicants have a proven ability to report and execute a complex project in their proposed medium and a strong background or reporting expertise on the subject of their piece. Applications are accepted twice a year. / Apply by March 29, 2024
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