Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: September 25 – October 2, 2021

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There are several opportunities for journalists in this week’s list

This week’s upcoming fellowship deadlines list includes many programs across the world in various disciplines. There are opportunities for academics, journalists, writers, and other professionals. There are programs for graduate students in almost every field.  Apply now!

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Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: September 25 – October 2, 2021

 

  • American Academy in Berlin Prize: The Academy welcomes applications from emerging and established scholars, writers, and professionals who wish to engage in independent study in Berlin. Approximately 24 Berlin Prizes have been conferred annually. Past recipients have included historians, economists, poets and novelists, journalists, legal scholars, anthropologists, musicologists, and public policy experts, among others. Fellowships are typically awarded for an academic semester or, on occasion, for an entire academic year. Bosch Fellowships in Public Policy may be awarded for shorter stays of 6-8 weeks. Benefits include round-trip airfare, partial board, a $5,000 monthly stipend, and accommodations at the Academy’s lakeside Hans Arnhold Center in the Berlin-Wannsee district. Fellowships are restricted to individuals based permanently in the U.S. / Due September 27, 2021

 

  • Marshall Scholarships: Marshall Scholarships finance young Americans of high ability to study for a graduate degree in the United Kingdom. Up to forty Scholars are selected each year to study at the graduate level at a UK institution in any field of study. To be eligible, candidates must be U.S. citizens and have obtained a grade point average of not less than 3.7 (or A-) on their undergraduate degree. Apply through your university and check with your university for internal deadlines. / Due September 28, 2021

 

  • ACLS Fellowship Program: ACLS invites research applications from scholars in all disciplines of the humanities or related social sciences. The ultimate goal of the project should be a major piece of scholarly work by the applicant, which can take the form of a monograph, articles, digital publication(s), critical edition, or other scholarly resources. The fellowship is intended as a salary replacement to help scholars devote 6 – 12 months to their research. A faculty appointment is not required. Stipends range from $40,000 – $70,000 depending on academic rank and career equivalent. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. / Due September 29, 2021

 

  • Wexner Israel Fellowship: The Wexner Foundation annually supports up to 10 Israeli government and public service professionals as they pursue a one-year Mid-Career Master’s Degree in Public Administration from HKS with the goal of providing Israel’s next generation of public leaders with superlative training. The Wexner Foundation supplements the Fellow’s academic curriculum with weekly seminars and institutes devoted to the exploration of professional and personal development, public service and partnerships, and engagement with the North American Jewish community. The fellowship includes all tuition and fees, living and travel stipends, and leadership training courses. / Due September 29, 2021

 

  • Master’s Degree in Public Education Management: The Master’s in Public Education Management (PEM) gives highly motivated, accomplished professionals the skills and broad perspective to grow as district leaders who make a real, lasting impact for students and families. Broad Scholars keep equity and excellence at the forefront of their work while turning persistent challenges over in a new way. This is a 14-month, tuition-free program leading to a master of management studies degree. The program is designed for early- to mid-career urban public school system leaders in the United States with extraordinary leadership potential who wish to increase their impact in key K-12 systems. / Due September 29, 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 September 30, 2021

 

  • 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 upon 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. / Due September 30, 2021

 

  • Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health Program: The Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health program at GBHI provides innovative training, networking, and support to emerging leaders focused on improving brain health and reducing the impact of dementia in their local communities and on a global scale. Fellows should demonstrate a commitment to brain health and health care policy, as well as an ability to implement effective interventions in vulnerable communities and a desire to become a regional leader in brain health. A specific level of education is not required however, applicants should have completed a “terminal degree/training,” meaning have pursued the highest degree or training they wish to obtain in their particular field. A living allowance is provided. / Due September 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 September 30, 2021

 

  • Accountability Incubator: The Accountability Incubator Lab’s flagship initiative to provide passionate and innovative young leaders from Nepal, Pakistan, Liberia, Mali, and Nigeria with catalytic support to develop and implement low-cost, high-impact solutions for accountability in their communities. The two-year intensive program provides accountapreneurs with: training and knowledge building; hands-on mentoring and management support; network and community building; media outreach; and up to $10,000 in seed funding contingent upon performance. Participants are expected to work a minimum of 20 hours per week in order to effectively develop their project. / De September 30, 2021

 

  • Radcliffe Fellowship Program: Radcliffe Fellows are award-winning artists, academics, and professionals who convene at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University for a full year to focus on individual projects and research while benefiting from a multidisciplinary community in the University setting. Stipends are funded up to $78,000 for one year with additional funds for project expenses. Fellows receive office or studio space and access to libraries and other resources of Harvard University during the fellowship year, September through May. Deadlines vary by discipline, check the website. / Due September 30, 2021

 

  • Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship: The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship is a highly competitive national fellowship program that provides college graduates with the opportunity to gain a Washington perspective on key issues of peace and security. Twice yearly, the Fellowship’s Board of Directors selects a group of outstanding individuals to spend 6-9 months in Washington. Supported by a salary, the fellows serve as full-time junior staff members at the participating organization of their choice. The program also arranges meetings for the fellows with policy experts. Application deadlines are in October and January. / Due October 1, 2021

 

  • Fellowships at the Wilson Center: Through an international competition, the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars offers 9-month residential fellowships to outstanding scholars, practitioners, journalists, and public intellectuals to take part in its non-partisan dialogue. Fellows conduct research and write in their areas of interest. The Center accepts non-advocacy, policy-relevant, fellowship proposals that address key challenges of past, present, and future issues confronting the United States and the world. Academic applicants must have a doctorate. For other applicants, an equivalent level of professional achievement is expected. Offers a max stipend of $85K. / Due October 1, 2021

 

  • Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program: A year of professional enrichment in the United States for experienced professionals from designated countries undergoing development or political transition. Humphrey Fellowships are awarded competitively to candidates who are mid-career professionals in many fields. Applicants are required to have an undergraduate degree, a minimum of five years of substantial, full-time, professional experience, limited or no prior experience in the United States, demonstrated leadership qualities, a record of public service in the community, and strong English skills. Application deadlines vary by country. Embassies and Commissions must submit their nominations to the Institute of International Education office in Washington, DC by October 1. / Due October 1, 2021

 

  • APS/British Academy Fellowship for Research in London: Since 1933, the American Philosophical Society (APS) has awarded small grants to scholars in order to support the cost of research leading to publication in all areas of knowledge. The APS offers an exchange postdoctoral fellowship for a minimum of 1-2 months’ research in the archives and libraries of London. This award includes travel expenses between the United States and the United Kingdom and a monthly subsistence paid by the APS. Applicants are expected to have a doctorate or to have published work of doctoral quality. Funding is offered up to a maximum of $6,000. / Due October 1, 2021

 

  • Morehead-Cain Scholars: The Morehead-Cain is a four-year merit scholarship to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. It promises 4 years of full tuition, student fees, housing, meals, books, and a laptop and a four-year Summer Enrichment Program made up of diverse, customized experiences that begin the summer before freshman year. To be eligible, you must be a competitive applicant to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, on track to graduate high school in the spring, and unmarried and without children. Admission to UNC is a separate process from applying for the Morehead-Cain and the Morehead-Cain application is varied by location but all deadlines in October. / Due October 1, 2021

 

  • Title VIII Research Scholar Program: The program offers support for graduate students, faculty, Ph.D. candidates, post-doctorate, and independent scholars to conduct policy-relevant research for 3-9 months in Central Asia, Russia, the South Caucasus, Ukraine, Southeast Europe, and Moldova. The total value of Title VIII Research Scholar fellowships ranges from $5K to $25K each. Typical awards include international roundtrip airfare from the scholar’s home city to his/her host city overseas, academic affiliation at a leading local university, visa(s), opportunity for housing with a local host family, and a living stipend. Scholars in the social sciences and humanities are eligible. / Due October 1, 2021

 

  • Alicia Patterson Fellowships: Alicia Patterson Fellowships are one-year and six-month grants awarded to working journalists to pursue independent projects of significant interest and to write articles based on their investigations for The APF Reporter, a web-published magazine by the Foundation. The fellowships are open only to U.S. citizens who are fulltime print journalists, or to non-U.S. citizens who work full-time for U.S. print publications, either in America or abroad. Reporters, writers, photographers, and editors are all eligible to apply. The fellowship stipend is $40,000 for twelve months and $20,000 for six months and must cover your travel and research costs. / Due October 1, 2021

 

  • NNSA Graduate Fellowship Program: The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is offering year-long assignments to qualified graduate students to work across the National Nuclear Security Administration’s nuclear security mission space in areas such as infrastructure, stockpile stewardship, and nonproliferation. Eligible applicants must be enrolled in a graduate program at the time of application or have completed a graduate degree within 18 months prior to the time of application. Preferred areas of study include international relations, accounting, mechanical engineering, physics, etc. Fellows will be placed at a specific site and will receive an annual salary of $52,000 with benefits. / Due October 1, 2021

 

  • German Historical Institute Doctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowships: The GHI awards short-term fellowships of 1-5 months to European and North American doctoral students as well as postdoctoral scholars to pursue research projects that draw upon primary sources located in the United States. We are particularly interested in research projects that fit into the following fields: German and European history; The history of German-American relations; The role of Germany and the USA in international relations; American history (European doctoral and postdoctoral scholars only). The fellowship is open to both doctoral and postdoctoral scholars based in North America and Europe. The monthly stipend is €2,000 for doctoral students and €3,400 for postdoctoral scholars. / Due October 1, 2021

 

  • 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. / Due October 1, 2021

 

  • Title VIII Combined Research and Language Training (CRLT) Program: Funded by the U.S. Department of State’s Program for Research and Training on Eastern Europe and the Independent States of the Former Soviet Union (Title VIII), the CRLT Program serves graduate students and scholars who, in addition, support for research in the independent states of the former Soviet Union, require supplemental language instruction. Applicants must conduct research and language study for 3-9 months in the field. Participants must have at least an intermediate level of language proficiency. Fellowships ranges from $7,000 to $25,000. / Due October 1, 2021

 

  • City Year Corps: City Year Americorps Members are as diverse a group as the communities they serve. We’re looking for individuals to commit to one year of service to work alongside teachers and their peers to support the students who need that extra attention, to work on a diverse team, and who are ready to make a difference through a challenging and fulfilling experience. City Year Corps members are focused on helping students stay in school and on track to graduate. To participate, you must have a high school diploma, GED, some college, or a college degree; be able to dedicate 11 months to full-time service; be between age 18 and 25, and be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident alien. City Year operates in 24 locations in the U.S. Multiple deadlines. Check the deadline here / Due October 2, 2021

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