Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: March 8 – 14, 2020

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The Artist Trust Fellowship provides $10,000 of funding to artists of all disciplines, including music composition

You’ve got 8 weeks to apply! This week’s shortlist has opportunities for health professionals, creative artists, and writers to pursue independent projects. There are also postdoctoral fellowships and programs that would let you collaborate with legislators and community members. Apply now!

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Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: March 8 – 14, 2020


  • Y&S Nazarian Center for Israel Studies Postdoctoral Fellowships: The Y&S Nazarian Center at UCLA invites postdoctoral scholars for a 1-year fellowship to pursue research on the modern state of Israel. Fellows will teach 1 undergraduate course during their stay and participate in other events at UCLA as they work on their projects. Applicants with accredited PhDs in a wide range of disciplines are invited to apply and a salary, health insurance and other UCLA amenities will be provided to the fellow. / Due March 9, 2020


  • Artist Trust Fellowship: Artist Trust Fellowships are designed to recognize artistic achievement, dedication to an artistic discipline and potential for further professional development. 8 grants at $10,000 each will be awarded in Music, Media, Literary and Craft disciplines are awarded in even-numbered years and Emerging Fields & Cross-Disciplinary, Performing, Visual and Traditional & Folk Arts in odd-numbered years. Applicants must be a practicing artist, age 18 or older by application deadline date, a generative artist, and a resident of Washington State at the time of application and when the award is granted. / Due March 9, 2020


  • Carman International Fellowship at Mosaic: This is a year long, paid fellowship that provides recent graduates interested in disability and international development an opportunity to work full time with Mosaic’s local partner at the grassroots level in Moshi, Tanzania. Fellows are provided a monthly stipend, housing allowance and and round-trip travel to Tanzania. The fellowship is seeking candidates with a Bachelor’s degree in International Studies, International Relations, Global or Public Health, or related field and previous field experience in an international setting. / Due March 10, 2020


  • NEA Literature Fellowships: Creative Writing: The NEA Literature Fellowships program offers $25,000 grants in prose (fiction and creative nonfiction) and poetry to published creative writers that enable recipients to set aside time for writing, research, travel, and general career advancement. The program operates on a two-year cycle with fellowships in prose and poetry available in alternating years. Only citizens or permanent residents of the United States are eligible to apply. Candidates must meet the fellowship’s publication requirements. / Due March 11, 2020


  • Health Policy Research Scholars: Health Policy Research Scholars is a national change leadership development opportunity for full-time doctoral students from underrepresented populations or historically disadvantaged backgrounds, entering the second or third year of their doctoral program, from any academic discipline who are training to be researchers and are interested in health policy research. Participants complete their doctoral programs at their home institutions across the U.S. Participants will attend at least one annual gathering (travel funded by the program), participate in leadership development training, coursework and mentoring, and receive an annual stipend of up to $30,000 for up to four years. Participants are also eligible for a competitive dissertation grant of up to $10,000. / Due March 11, 2020


  • Clinical Scholars: This fellowship is for health professionals seeking to build stronger, healthier, more equitable communities through work in their chosen professions. The 3-year program provides substantial grant funding (ranging from $315,000-$525,000) for a project in fellows’ local communities that directly addresses the root causes of inequity in health. The fellowship includes intensive learning, mentoring and networking to help fellows become more effective leaders of transformational change. Applicants should have completed their clinical training five years before the start of the program. / Due March 11, 2020


  • Interdisciplinary Research Leaders: Fellows in this national leadership development program are researchers and community partners working together in three-person teams. Some are advancing existing projects; others represent new and unexpected collaborations that bring many perspectives to a critical issue. Individuals must apply as part of a team of three—two researchers and one community partner (teams can be newly formed or already existing). Researchers must have a terminal degree (PhD, MD, DrPH) or a master’s degree with extensive professional experience. The time commitment is approximately one day per week–approximately 20% FTE — for three years. To support the fellows’ time to participate in the program, each fellow will receive financial support of $25,000 per person for each year of the three-year program. / Due March 11, 2020


  • Food Corps: 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. / Due March 13, 2020


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