Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: March 3 – 9, 2024

Jan 01, 2024
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The Udall Scholarship offers awards to undergraduate Native American students interested in tribal policy and healthcare.

This list of upcoming fellowship deadlines includes programs for undergraduates and young professionals interested in American politics, theory of war, and constitutional studies with summer programs in DC. There are also programs for students from historically underrepresented groups in law school and Alaskan and Native American students wanting to pursue tribal public policy and health care. One program even offers teachers of English as a second or foreign language the opportunity to work abroad in Taiwan, teaching at the grade school and university levels. You’ve got 8 weeks to apply! Apply now!

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Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: March 3 – 9, 2024

 

  • Hertog Political Studies Program: Hertog Fellows study classic texts in political thought and some of the seminal documents of American politics with an outstanding faculty. In addition, students study selected public policy issues with some of those who helped formulate and implement those policies. Fellows participate in a seven-week summer program in Washington, DC, and receive housing and some meals, plus a stipend. Undergraduates and recent graduates are eligible. All fellows receive residential accommodations and a $2,500 stipend for travel and living expenses. / Apply by March 4, 2024

 

  • Hertog War Studies Program: The Hertog War Studies Program is an intensive two-week program run by the Institute for the Study of War in Washington DC. The program aims to educate advanced undergraduate students about the theory, practice, organization, and control of war and military forces. Students will learn from and interact with distinguished senior leaders in the national security and military communities. This course bridges the civil-military divide and teaches students at the start of their careers how to assess military decision-making. All students will receive a stipend of $1,500 in addition to housing, meals, and subsidized transportation to and within Washington, DC. This is a full-time commitment. / Apply by March 4, 2024

 

  • Hertog Summer Fellowships: Hertog offers residential summer programs that allow their fellows to study in an intensive seminar setting with outstanding faculty and engaged peers. This series of one- to three-week summer seminars in Washington, DC allows students to create their own individualized course of study. Younger students are encouraged to apply for these seminars, as are upperclassmen who have other obligations during the summer. Topics include Political Studies, War Studies, and others that change annually and can be found on their website. Fellows receive housing and some meals, plus a stipend. Undergraduates, gap-year students, young professionals, and graduate students are all eligible to apply. / Apply by March 4, 2024

 

  • SEO Law Fellowship Program: The SEO Law Fellowship is the only program of its kind to offer talented incoming law students from historically excluded backgrounds the opportunity to work at a top law firm the summer before law school. Law students begin the year-long Fellowship with a 10-week summer experience and receive supplemental academic tutoring during their first year of law school. / Apply by March 4, 2024

 

  • New York Public Library Short-Term Research Fellowships: The New York Public Library offers Short-Term Research Fellowships to support visiting scholars from outside the New York metropolitan area engaged in graduate-level, post-doctoral, and independent research. Fellowship stipends are $1,000 per week for up to 4 weeks and researchers must be in residence at the Library for a minimum of 2 weeks between July and June. Supports on-site research in the Library’s special collections for projects in the humanities including art history, cultural studies, history, literature, performing arts, and photography. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. / Apply by March 4, 2024

 

  • Hoover Institution Veteran Fellowship Program (VFP): The Hoover Institution Veteran Fellowship Program (VFP) is a nonresidential, year-long program for 10 military veterans. The program seeks participants who desire to address critical challenges in the public sector with actionable solutions. Focus areas should align with Hoover’s research priorities and seek to inform the formation and implementation of policy. The program is building an effective and enduring network of successful veteran practitioners who confront real-world challenges alongside Hoover fellows with support networks at the Hoover Institution and Stanford University. / Apply by March 4, 2024

 

  • Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program: The Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship Program (CADFP) is a scholar fellowship program for educational projects at African higher education institutions. To be eligible for the CADFP, a scholar must: Have been born in any African country, as evidenced by the biographical data in the scholar’s passport; Live in the United States or Canada; Hold a terminal degree; and be employed at an accredited college or university. African Diaspora Fellows receive the following: a $150/day stipend; visa costs (if required); supplemental health insurance coverage; round-trip international air travel and ground transportation; potential opportunities to apply for supplemental funding to cover knowledge production activities and workshop attendance. / Apply by March 4, 2024

 

  • Gulf Research Program: Early-Career Research Fellowships: The Gulf Research Program’s Early-Career Research Fellowship supports emerging scientific leaders as they take risks on research ideas not yet tested, pursue unique collaborations, and build a network of colleagues who share their interest in improving offshore energy system safety and the well-being of coastal communities and ecosystems. The program provides a grant of $76,000 to support the fellow for 2 years of research which can be used to cover costs, salaries, and other professional expenses. Applicants must have received their final degree within the last 10 years and be employed at a research organization. / Apply by March 6, 2024

 

  • Udall Undergraduate Scholarship: The Udall Scholarship identifies future leaders in environmental, Tribal public policy, and healthcare. Students participate in their schools’ internal competitions before receiving consideration from the Udall Foundation. Undergraduate Udall Scholars receive an award of up to $7,000 for eligible academic expenses. Udall Scholars are undergraduates interested in conservation and environmental issues, and undergraduate Native Americans and Alaska Natives working on an array of policy issues in Indian country or pursuing health-related careers. Applicants must be a sophomore or junior college student at a 2 or 4-year accredited institution in the U.S. pursuing a bachelor’s or associate’s degree. / Apply by March 6, 2024

 

  • FSE English Teacher Trainer Program in Taiwan: The FSE English Teacher Trainer scholarship program provides qualified TEFL teachers or professors with the opportunity to spend one year as Academic Advisors for Fulbright English Teaching Assistants (ETA) and English Teaching Flagship (ETF) participants who serve at K-9 & university levels. Advisors work with the Americans and their counterparts Taiwanese Local English Teachers (LETs). The program provides a monthly stipend of up to NT$90,000 or about $2,932 US, as well as airfare, relocation payment, and health insurance. Applicants with a graduate degree and TEFL teaching experience are eligible. After the deadline, accept applications on a rolling basis. / Apply by March 8, 2024

 

  • Fulbright Specialist Program: The Fulbright Specialist Program is a unique opportunity for U.S. academics and established professionals to engage in two- to six-week, project-based exchanges at host institutions in over 150 countries. Specialists, who represent a wide range of professional and academic disciplines, are competitively selected to join the Fulbright Specialist Roster based on their knowledge, skill sets, and ability to make a significant contribution to projects overseas. Specialists receive full funding to participate in Fulbright Specialist projects, including travel, stipend, and lodging. Applications are accepted throughout the year. Peer review panels evaluate applications approximately every eight weeks. / Apply by March 8, 2024

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