Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: October 29 – November 4, 2023

Aug 28, 2023

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This list of upcoming fellowship deadlines includes programs for individuals in various careers and career stages. Fall is fellowship application season, so be sure to read through this entire list because there are nearly 40 opportunities for students, researchers, educators, engineers, scientists, policymakers, young professionals, mid-career professionals, scholars, professors, and more. These opportunities range from a few months to two years in duration and include professional development, intensive language study, work placement in government and non-government organizations (NGA), living, working, and studying internationally, including in more than 22 countries in Asia, Belgium, Canada, Japan, and in the United States. You’ve got 8 weeks to apply!

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Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: October 29 – November 4, 2023


  • VIA Global Community Fellowship: The Global Community Fellowship is a 13-15 month program for graduating seniors and young or established professionals. Fellows work at NGOs and schools across Asia to support community development and youth education programs. Candidates include starting and experienced professionals with a BA or BS degree. Although the fellowship is primarily aimed at US citizens, applications are accepted from international residents who have a previous connection to VIA or a substantial US connection. The fellowship provides a living and housing stipend, medical insurance, Intra-Asia travel, and language study grants. After the priority deadline application will be considered on a case-by-case basis. / Apply by October 29, 2023


  • Hector Research Career Development Award: The Hector Research Career Development Award (Hector RCD Award) was announced in 2020; with it, the Hector Fellow Science Academy (HFA) pursues the goal of promoting and supporting the scientific career of junior researchers in natural and engineering sciences. The award aims to nurture and encourage young scientists at a critical point in their careers. The award addresses W1 professors and junior research group leaders and is endowed with 25.000€. 50% of the awardees will be female. / Apply by October 30, 2023


  • Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellows Program: The Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellows Program is an international exchange program that offers practitioners, scholars, and journalists from around the world the opportunity to spend five months at the National Endowment for Democracy (NED) in Washington DC. The fellowship is intended primarily for individuals from developing and aspiring democracies. Distinguished scholars from the U.S. and other established democracies are eligible to apply. Practitioners and journalists should have substantial work experience, while scholars are expected to have a Ph.D., or equivalent. Fellowships include a monthly payment, health insurance and airfare. / Apply by October 31, 2023


  • BAEF Study and Research Fellowships in Belgium: The Belgian American Educational Foundation (B.A.E.F.) encourages applications for fellowships for advanced study or research during one academic year at a Belgian University or institution of higher learning. The B.A.E.F. will award up to ten fellowships as outright non-renewable grants carrying a stipend of $29,000 for Master’s or Ph.D. students and $33,000 for Post-doctoral Fellows. Applicants must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States. Applicants must also either be registered in a graduate program towards a Ph.D. or equivalent degree in the U.S., plan to register in a graduate program (Master’s or Ph.D.) in Belgium, or currently hold a Master’s, Ph.D., or equivalent degree. / Apply by October 31, 2023


  • CFR International Affairs Fellowship for Tenured International Relations Scholars: The International Affairs Fellowship for Tenured International Relations Scholars, sponsored by the Carnegie Corporation of New York, offers tenured international relations professors hands-on and practical experience in the foreign policy-making field by placing selected fellows in U.S. government agencies or at international government organizations for a period of twelve months. The fellowship is geared toward those who propose to work on peace and security issues and who have never worked at a U.S. government agency or an international organization. A stipend of 50% of the fellow’s base salary at their University is provided. / Apply by October 31, 2023


  • CFR International Affairs Fellowship (IAF) in Canada: The International Affairs Fellowship (IAF) in Canada seeks to strengthen mutual understanding and cooperation between rising generations of leaders and thinkers in the United States and Canada. The program provides for one to two mid-career professionals per year to spend six to twelve months hosted by a Canadian institution to deepen their knowledge of Canada. Fellows are drawn from academia, business, government, media, NGOs, and think tanks. The duration of the fellowship is between six and twelve months. The program awards a stipend of $95,000 for a period of twelve months as well as a modest travel allowance. / Apply by October 31, 2023


  • CFR International Affairs Fellowship in Indonesia: The International Affairs Fellowship (IAF) in Indonesia, seeks to strengthen mutual understanding and cooperation between rising generations of leaders and thinkers in Indonesia and the United States. The program is intended for mid-career U.S. professionals who have had little or no prior experience in Indonesia. The fellowship runs between three and twelve months. Individuals from academia, business, government, journalism, NGOs, and think tanks are all encouraged to apply. The program awards a stipend of $100,000 for a period of twelve months as well as a modest travel grant. / Apply by October 31, 2023


  • CFR International Affairs Fellowship (IAF): Launched in 1967, the International Affairs Fellowship (IAF) is a distinguished program offered by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) to assist early to mid-career scholars and professionals in advancing their analytic capabilities and broadening their foreign policy experience. CFR awards approximately ten fellowships annually to highly accomplished individuals who have a capacity for independent work. The IAF Program is only open to U.S. citizens and permanent residents. The duration of the fellowship is 12 months and the program awards a stipend of $95,000. / Apply by October 31, 2023


  • CFR International Affairs Fellowship in Japan: Founded in 1997, the International Affairs Fellowship in Japan (IAF-J), sponsored by Hitachi, Ltd., seeks to strengthen mutual understanding and cooperation between the rising generations of leaders in the United States and Japan. The program provides a selected group of mid-career U.S. citizens the opportunity to expand their professional horizons by spending a period of research or other professional activity in Japan. The IAF-J is only open to U.S. citizens. The duration of the fellowship is 3-12 months. The program awards a stipend in yen which covers travel and living expenses in Japan. / Apply by October 31, 2023


  • GLAM Postdoctoral Fellowships: The Geballe Laboratory for Advanced Materials (GLAM) at Stanford University invites applications for the GLAM Postdoctoral Fellowships. Early-career scientists of exceptional ability who will flourish in, and contribute to, the highly interactive and collaborative research environment of GLAM are invited to apply. The appointment includes 2 years of support with a competitive salary and benefits, plus $5,000 in discretionary funds to cover research and/or travel expenses. / Apply by October 31, 2023


  • Mike Mansfield Fellowship Program: The Mansfield Fellowship Program was established to build a corps of U.S. federal government employees with proficiency in the Japanese language and practical, firsthand knowledge about Japan and its government. Through their placements, fellows develop networks of contacts in Japan and an understanding of the political, economic, and strategic dimensions of the U.S.-Japan relationship. The fellowship is for 2 years, beginning with one year in the US of full-time or part-time Japanese study, depending on the Fellows’ starting language ability, alongside a monthly seminar series covering Japan-focused topics. The second year of the program begins with a 7-week course of intensive language study and is followed by 10 months of full-time work in Japanese government offices. / Apply by October 31, 2023


  • Curtis B. Smith Cybersecurity Fellowship: The Curtis B. Smith Cybersecurity Fellowship supports high-achieving students enrolled in any degree program at the UC Berkeley School of Information who have an interest in the field of cybersecurity or a research focus on cybersecurity. The Smith Fellowship is awarded annually in the fall semester. A total of $3,000 may be awarded each year: either a single award of $3,000 or multiple smaller awards totaling up to $3,000, at the discretion of the fellowship committee. The Smith Fellowship is open to all current UC Berkeley School of Information graduate students; students in the MICS, MIDS, 5th Year MIDS, MIMS, and Ph.D. programs are all eligible to apply. / Apply by October 31, 2023


  • Georg Forster Research Award: The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation presents up to six Georg Forster Research Awards each year to internationally outstanding researchers from developing and transition countries in recognition of their academic records to date. The award amount is €60,000. Award winners are also invited to conduct a research project of their choice at a research institution in Germany. The award enables a total stay of between six months and a full year, which can be split into multiple stays. The award is intended to support the long-term promotion of outstanding scientific multipliers in transition and developing countries whose research will contribute to improving living conditions in their countries of origin. / Apply by October 31, 2023


  • Robert A. Belfer International Affairs Fellowship in European Security: The Robert A. Belfer International Affairs Fellowship (IAF) in European Security seeks to strengthen mutual understanding and cooperation between rising generations of leaders and thinkers in Europe and the United States. The program enables mid-career U.S. professionals to spend up to twelve months conducting research and working in Europe at a think tank, university, government agency, or international organization on issues pertaining to European security. Individuals from academia, business, government, journalism, NGOs, and think tanks are all encouraged to apply. Applicants must be U.S. citizens. / Apply by October 31, 2023


  • AERA Minority Dissertation Fellowship in Education Research: The Council of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) established the fellowship program to provide support for doctoral dissertation research, to advance education research by outstanding minority graduate students, and to improve the quality and diversity of university faculties. This fellowship targets members of racial and ethnic groups historically underrepresented in higher education (e.g., African Americans, Alaskan Natives, American Indians, Asian Americans, Hispanics or Latinos, and Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islanders). Eligible graduate students for the AERA Minority Dissertation Fellowship in Education Research will be at the writing stage of their dissertation by the beginning of the fellowship. Include a $19,000 stipend to study education, teaching, learning, or other education research topics. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • Earth Institute Postdoctoral Fellowships: The Fellows Program provides innovative postdoctoral scholars with the opportunity to build a foundation in one of the core disciplines represented within the Earth Institute ((sustainability, the environment, social justice, and the geosciences), and cross-disciplinary expertise related to sustainable development. Specific areas of research include carbon neutral economy, adapting to future climate, earth fundamentals, resilient ecosystems, climate, and social systems, and climate justice and equity. Earth Institute fellowships will ordinarily be granted for a period of 24 months and include a $12,000 research allowance for the two-year appointment and carry an annual salary of about $71,640. / November 1, 2023


  • AAAS Science & Technology Policy Fellowships: Fellows select assignments in Congressional offices or federal agencies. This is a year-long opportunity, beginning September 1 and ending August 31. AAAS seeks candidates from a broad array of backgrounds and a diversity of geographic, disciplinary, gender, and ethnic perspectives, as well as disability status. Fellows have ranged in age from late 20s to early 70s. They represent a spectrum of career stages, from recent PhD graduates to faculty on sabbatical to retired scientists and engineers. Receive a stipend of $89,000 to $116,000 per year, along with other support including reimbursement for health care insurance. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • German Studies Research Grant: This specialized DAAD program offers up to ten German Studies Research Grants to highly qualified undergraduate and graduate students who are nominated by their department/program chairs. The grant may be used for short-term research (1-2 months) in either Germany or North America. The program is designed to encourage research and promote the study of cultural, political, historical, economic, and social aspects of modern and contemporary German affairs from an inter- and multidisciplinary perspective. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • Princeton in Asia Fellowships: Princeton in Asia (PiA) is an independent, non-profit organization affiliated with Princeton University. Founded in 1898, the program has long been driven by a mission to foster mutual appreciation and cultural understanding by connecting service-minded graduates and partner organizations in Asia through immersive work experiences. PiA offers year-long, service-oriented fellowships in 22 countries and regions of Asia in the fields of education, public health, economic development, environmental sustainability, and peace, justice, and access to information. PiA fellowships are open to graduates or graduating seniors of any university. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • DAAD Research Grant: Research Grants are awarded to highly qualified candidates who have completed either: a Master’s degree or Diploma, a Bachelor’s degree (by the time they begin their grant-supported research), or a  Ph.D. (postdoctoral candidate). Applications for long-term grants (7-10 months) are accepted annually in November. Short-term grants (1-6 months) accept applications in November and May. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • Leo Baeck Institute – DAAD Fellowship: The Leo Baeck Institute is a research, study, and lecture center whose library and archives offer comprehensive documentation for the study of the history and culture of German-speaking Jewry. Fellowships are awarded for research in New York or Germany on the social, communal, and intellectual history of German-speaking Jewry. Financial assistance is provided to doctoral students for dissertation research and to young academics for the preparation of a scholarly essay or book. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • 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. Applications are accepted on November 1, February 1, and May 1.  / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • Asia Pacific Leadership Program (APLP): The Asia Pacific Leadership Program is a cohort-based leadership learning and development opportunity for mid-career professionals (5+ years of work experience) from the United States and the Asia Pacific region. Through place-based, experiential learning, APLP fellows learn and practice leadership strategies to enhance personal, team, and community effectiveness. The APLP is a 9-month program with a minimum 5-month residency requirement. During the first five months, all participants are based at the East-West Center in Honolulu and live on campus. All APLP participants are granted an Entry Fellowship by the East-West Center to cover the majority of program fees. The value of these fellowships is approximately US$15,000. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • Winston Churchill Scholarship Program: The Churchill Scholarship Program enables young Americans to pursue graduate study in science, mathematics, and engineering at Churchill College, Cambridge University. A total of 15 one-year Churchill Scholarships are offered each year. The scholarship covers living expenses in addition to tuition and fees. Candidates must be US citizens who have earned a bachelor’s degree but not a doctorate. Applicants must be nominated by their undergraduate institution. The Churchill Foundation’s deadline is in November. Each college may have earlier deadlines. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals (CBYX): A full-year, reciprocal work-study fellowship providing 75 Americans, aged 18-24, with an understanding of everyday life, education, & professional training in Germany. Includes RT transatlantic flight, university tuition, language training, living stipend, & program-related travel costs in Germany: 2 months of language training in Germany, 4 months of study at a German university, and a 5-month internship in a German-speaking work environment. Also Accommodation in a German home/student residence, seminars, in-country support during the program & health & accident insurance. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • Harkness Fellowships in Health Care Policy and Practice: The Commonwealth Fund’s Harkness Fellowships in Health Care Policy and Practice provide a unique opportunity for mid-career health services researchers and practitioners from Australia, Canada, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom to spend up to 12 months in the United States, conducting original research and working with leading U.S. health policy experts. Each Harkness Fellowship provides up to U.S. $119,000 plus a supplemental allowance for families. Check deadlines which vary by nationality. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • ARIT Fellowships in Humanities and Social Sciences in Turkey: The ARIT fellowships support research in Turkey for the academic year. Scholars and advanced graduate students engaged in research on ancient, medieval, or modern times in Turkey, in any field of the humanities and social sciences, are eligible to apply. Non-U.S. applicants who reside in the U.S. or Canada are expected to maintain an affiliation with an educational institution in the U.S. or Canada. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • Alfred D. Chandler Jr. International Visiting Scholar in Business History Program: The Alfred D. Chandler Jr. International Visiting Scholar in Business History Program invites established scholars in business history based outside the United States to spend a period of time in residence at Harvard Business School. The Chandler International Visiting Scholar is expected to interact with faculty and researchers, present work at research seminars, and conduct business history research. Recipients will be given a $7,000 stipend (payable at the end of their visit). The program requires a two-month minimum length of stay. Scholars may stay up to a maximum of six months. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • Vanier Canada Graduate Fellowship: The Government of Canada launched the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships (Vanier CGS) program in 2008 to strengthen Canada’s ability to attract and retain world-class doctoral students and establish Canada as a global center of excellence in research and higher learning. Vanier Scholars demonstrate leadership skills and a high standard of scholarly achievement in graduate studies in the social sciences and/or humanities, natural sciences, and/or engineering and health. Up to 166 scholarships are awarded annually. Fellows receive $50,000 per year for three years. See the website to learn more about the nomination process. Internal Deadline varies by institution. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • University of Michigan President’s Postdoctoral Fellowship Program: The University of Michigan offers postdoctoral research fellowships in science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM), economics, and political science, coupled with faculty mentoring, professional development, and academic networking opportunities. The University seeks applicants whose research, teaching, and service will contribute to diversity and equal opportunity in higher education. The fellowship provides a salary of $50-60,000, depending on the field and level of experience, and $10,000 for research and professional development. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • SBE Postdoctoral Research Fellowships (SPRF): The goal of the SBE Postdoctoral Research Fellowship (SPRF) program is to promote fundamental research in the Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences; enhance the participation of underrepresented groups in science and engineering; provide an opportunity for independence and advanced training under the direction of a sponsor; and encourage doctoral-level scientists (who are not yet in full-time positions) to take advantage of the two-year fellowship to prepare for scientific careers in academia, industry or private sector, and government. Support may be requested for up to 24 months at a level of $69,000 per year and may be prorated accordingly. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • George A. and Eliza Gardner Howard Foundation Fellowships: Howard fellowships support early mid-career artists and scholars to pursue proposed projects of their choosing. Support is particularly intended to augment paid sabbatical leaves. In the case of independent artists or scholars, or those without paid leaves, the Howard Fellowship would enable them to devote a substantial block of time to the proposed project. Fellowships are for $40,000 and open to any applicant who can legally live and work in the U.S. Fellowships support projects in the fields of Emerging Arts and Science and Technology Studies. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • NYU Cyber Fellows Program: The NYU Cyber Fellows program is a master’s degree initiative designed to respond to concerns over the growing shortfall in the number of cybersecurity professionals.  NYU Cyber Fellows receive scholarships that cover roughly 75% of tuition for US residents, and as a part-time program, that offers much of the course work online, it is also an accessible program for those currently working full-time. Among the many advantages of the NYU Cyber Fellows program is that the students are given access to NYC3’s Cyber Range — a virtual training network designed to prepare students to respond to real-life threats in real time. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • ASF Fellowships for Americans in the Nordic Countries: The American-Scandinavian Foundation (ASF) offers year-long fellowships of up to $23,000 and short-term (1-3 months) fellowships of up to $5,000 to graduate students (preferably conducting dissertation research) and academic professionals interested in pursuing research or creative-arts projects in the Nordic region (Denmark, Greenland, Faroe Islands, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sámpi, and Sweden). ASF’s award program for study and research abroad has been the Foundation’s most long-standing commitment to educational exchange. Awards are made in all fields. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • ASA Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants (ASA DDRIG): The ASA Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants (ASA DDRIG) program supports theoretically grounded empirical investigations to advance understanding of fundamental social processes. Up to 25 awards of a maximum of $16,000 will be given each year. Any doctoral student at an institution accredited and having a campus in the U.S. who is working on a scientifically rigorous project that is grounded in sociology and will help advance sociology is eligible to apply. Proposals must be submitted by a research scholar with support from a research sponsor. Grant funds can be used for costs directly associated with conducting research including living expenses and dependent care. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • AHRQ Grants for Health Services Research Dissertation Program: The AHRQ Grants for Health Services Research Dissertation Program (R36) provides dissertation grants for doctoral candidates. This program supports dissertation research that addresses AHRQ’s mission and priorities and welcomes any areas of health services research as dissertation project topics. Candidates must be U.S. citizens and full-time academic students in good standing, who are enrolled in an accredited research doctoral program in such fields as behavioral sciences, health services research, nursing, social sciences, epidemiology, biostatistics, health policy, health informatics, engineering, and mathematics. The award project period minimum of 9 months up to 17 months and the award budget is up to $40,000 in direct costs. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • The Newberry Collection Fellowships: The Newberry Collection, based in Chicago, IL, considers research projects that utilize the Newberry’s collection to advance scholarship in the humanities, in particular American history and culture, American Indian studies, genealogy, history of books, maps and postcards, Medieval, Renaissance, and Early Modern Studies, and religion. Graduate students and scholars can apply for Short-Term Fellowships of 1-2 months ($3000 stipend/month). PhD holders can apply for Long-Term Fellowships of 4-9 months ($5000 stipend/month). The Newberry also offers an $8,000 Publication Subvention award to subsidize the publication of a scholarly book.. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) Fellowships: The Smithsonian Environmental Research Center offers a variety of fellowship opportunities to graduate and postgraduate students. Scientists at the SERC conduct environmental research in temperate, tropical, and polar ecosystems across the globe. The SERC community recognizes the value of diversity in promoting innovative science and creative solutions, and candidates are strongly encouraged from all backgrounds to apply. Three types of fellowships are Graduate Student Fellowships, Predoctoral Fellowships, and Postdoctoral Fellowships that can support graduate and postdoctoral research. The appointment term is 10 weeks to 1 year providing stipends and other benefits. The Smithsonian Institution is an equal opportunity employer, committed to a policy of nondiscrimination. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • Women’s International Study Center (WISC) Fellowships: The Women’s International Study Center (WISC) in Santa Fe, New Mexico inspires and enables women to achieve their goals through residence to create new projects and engage with the community through a public presentation. Residencies are typically four weeks long, although shorter and longer options are possible. Writers, artists, scholars, scientists, professionals, innovators, and entrepreneurs are encouraged to apply. WISC seeks proposals aligned with our focus areas – the arts, sciences, cultural preservation, business, and philanthropy. All projects must be relevant to the interests and experiences of women. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • HBNU Fogarty Global Health Training Program: The Fogarty Global Health Training Program offers opportunities in global health research training for pre-and post-doctoral candidates from the U.S. and lower-middle-income countries (LMICs), sponsored by the Fogarty International Center (FIC) and several collaborating Institutes and Centers at the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The program supports specific areas of interest in HIV/AIDS, non-communicable diseases, mental health, maternal and child health, and nutrition. The fellowship is 12 months in length and has location assignments throughout Africa and Asia. The fellowship includes a stipend, health insurance, roundtrip travel, and other benefits. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • Harry Ransom Center Research Fellowships: The Ransom Center will award 10 dissertation fellowships and up to 50 postdoctoral fellowships for projects that require the substantial on-site use of its collections. The collections support research in all areas of the humanities, including literature, photography, film, art, the performing arts, music, and cultural history. There are 1 to 3-month fellowships for independent and postdoctoral scholars, travel stipends for short-term visits, and dissertation fellowships available at the center. Applicants from any nation are eligible and visa support will be given to international applicants. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • AIP State Department Science Fellowship Program: This Fellowship is intended to enhance the science & technology capacity of the U.S. Department of State by enabling at least one scientist annually to work at the Department’s Washington, DC headquarters for a one-year term. Fellowships are for one year, usually running September through August, and include a stipend of $82,400. Scientists at all career stages, including mid and late-career professionals, are encouraged to apply. If you are a U.S. citizen and have a Ph.D. or equivalent research background in physics or a closely related field you may be eligible to apply. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • RWJF Health Policy Fellows: The RWJF Health Policy Fellows program seeks to build and maintain strong and diverse leadership and a workforce skilled in health policy. Fellows have the opportunity to work hand-in-hand with key players in federal health policy and use that leadership experience to improve health, health care, and health policy. Since 1973, this non-partisan fellowship has offered direct, hands-on policy experience with the most influential congressional and executive offices in the nation’s capital to exceptional mid-career health professionals, behavioral/social scientists, and others with an interest in health and health care. / Apply by November 1, 2023


  • CASBS Residential Fellowship Program: The Center offers a residential fellowship program for scholars working in diverse disciplines that contribute to advancing research and thinking in social science. Fellows represent the core social and behavioral sciences (anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology, and sociology) and the humanities, education, linguistics, communications, and the biological, natural, health, and computer sciences. For 2023-24, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, the National University of Singapore, and Stanford-Taiwan Social Science fellowships will be offered through CASBS. / Apply by November 3, 2023


  • National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowships: As a means of increasing the number of U.S. citizens and nationals trained in science and engineering disciplines of military importance, the Department of Defense (DoD) plans to award approximately 200 new three-year graduate fellowships. The DoD will offer these fellowships to individuals who have demonstrated the ability and special aptitude for advanced training in science and engineering. National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowships are awarded to applicants who will pursue a doctoral degree in, or closely related to, an area of DoD interest. The Fellowship covers, full tuition and mandatory fees, health insurance, and a stipend. / Apply by November 3, 2023


  • 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 November 3, 2023


  • CHLI Global Leaders Internship Program: During the Fall and Spring semesters, selected college students complete a paid internship in congressional and corporate offices to strengthen their understanding of public policy while interacting with top leaders in the nation. This semester-long internship affords’ rising Hispanic and Latino college students invaluable knowledge and skills while laying a foundation of contacts for their future. CHLI Global Leaders are welcomed to the CHLI Alumni Association where they can continue benefitting from their experience after completing the program. / Apply by November 4, 2023


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