Math for America Newton Fellowship
Program Capital Fellows Programs The Carroll and Milton Petrie New York City Teacher Fellowship Program Center For Career Development The East-West
Center Graduate Degree Fellowship The German Chancellor Fellowship The James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation Jane Andrews-Andrew Carnegie Fellowship Program, Indiana University Joint Program in Survey Methodology Fellowship Program Knowels Science teaching Foundation Fellowship National Association of Student Personnel Administrators' (NASPA) Minority Undergraduate Fellows Program (MUFP) National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Fellows Program National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships Roswell Park Cancer Institute State of California Executive Fellowship Program Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship Virginia Association of Broadcasters Virginia Governor’s Fellows Program The Winterthur Program in Early American Culture
Newton Fellowships are available to mathematically sophisticated individuals who are interested in using their talents to make a difference in the lives of young people. MfA seeks recent college graduates and mid-career professionals who can demonstrate a strong interest in teaching, have a bachelor's degree with substantial coursework in mathematics, and are willing to commit to a five-year program that includes one year of full-time graduate study and four years of teaching mathematics in New York City high schools.
These programs offer a unique experience in policy-making and development. Fellows actively engage in public service and prepare for future careers, while contributing to the formation and implementation of policy in California. Fellows gain first-hand experience in the governance of the most diverse state in the nation, and develop a sense of personal involvement in the leadership of California government.
Each Year the Petrie Fellowship Program will support 20 of the nation's most outstanding and accomplished recent college graduates as they pursue master's degrees at Teachers College and prepare for careers as New York City K-12 teachers. Awards are based on academic accomplishments, financial need, demonstrated potential for leadership, and a commitment to service and a career as an urban teacher. A Blue Ribbon Panel of nationally eminent scholars, educators, and leaders in business and government makes final selection of the Petrie Fellows and Finalists. Teachers College is tremendously grateful to the Board of the Carroll and Milton Petrie Foundation for their vision and generosity in establishing this national scholarship program.
The Center for Career Development advocates for ongoing professional exploration and advancement among The Cooper Union community. The Center is devoted to providing excellent career counseling and unique programming that complements the academic offerings, encourages autonomy and collaboration, enhances professional identities, and empowers enlightened contributions to society.
East-West Center Fellowship provides Master's and Doctoral funding for graduate students from Asia, the Pacific, and the U.S. to participate in educational and research programs at the East-West Center while pursuing graduate study at the University of Hawai'i. Through East-West Center affiliation awardees be part of a growing network of students and alumni forging the shape and substance of the world's most vibrant regions.
Candidates from all professions and disciplines, but especially individuals in the humanities, law, social sciences and economics, are eligible to apply to the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation directly. The Humboldt Foundation grants up to ten German Chancellor Fellowships annually for prospective leaders from each of the three countries named.
Application deadlines (date of receipt by the Humboldt Foundation):
For applicants from the People's Republic of China: June 30
For applicants from the Russian Federation: September 30
For applicants from the United States: October 15
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation
Phone: (+49) 0228-833-0
Fax: (+49) 0228-833-199
The Humane Studies Fellowship
A fellowship that grants full time juniors and seniors, who have clearly demonstrated an interest in the classical liberal/libertarian tradition of individual rights and market economies and are interested in applying the principles of this tradition in their work.
Created to honor the legacy of James Madison, the Foundation provides scholarships for graduate studies that focus on the Constitution and its contemporary relevance to the practices and policies of democratic government. The Foundation seeks applicants committed to a career in teaching American history, American government, or social studies at the secondary level. The maximum amount of each award is $24,000, covering the cost of tuition, required fees, books, room, and board.
A 10 month fellowship program is designed to benefit recent college graduates as they eventually seek careers in the nonprofit sector, government or business. Fellows will receive a stipend of $15,000 for the year to assist with housing and living costs. Tuition and all mandatory fees are waived.
JPSM is a consortium sponsored by the National Science Foundation and Federal Statistical Agencies. This unique experience combines paid research assistantships with ongoing education seminars. Successful applicants will work in one of the Federal Statistical agencies in the Washington DC area during the summer. This internship will allow you to learn how data gathered from households and economic units is used to track and identify trends. Salaries range from $19,100 to $21,370 and dormitory housing is provided. Fellowship winners will also participate in seminars on survey methodology and explore career options in survey research, which may include JPSM-sponsored graduate degree programs in survey methodology.
The Knowles Science Teaching Foundation offers fellowships to young men and women who have degrees in science and want to teach high school physics, chemistry or related physical sciences. Fellowship includes tuition assistance, a stipend and more.
Program is offered to ethnic-minority and disabled undergraduate students who have an interest in a career in student affairs or higher education.
The program introduces college students in the humanities to programs, policies, and operations of the NEH, the federal agency charged with promoting scholarship, education, and public programs in the humanities in the United States. The program runs during the summer for 9 1/2 weeks. Fellows will be assigned, in most cases, to one office of the agency to assist in daily work and to undertake a special project. Eligible students are those entering their junior or senior year. Applicants must have declared a major in one of the disciplines of the humanities or have a strong background in the humanities; including, but not limited to, history, philosophy, languages, linguistics, literature, archaeology, comparative religion, etc. The NEH will provide a fellowship of $4,000 to each winning fellow. The fellow will be responsible for travel to and from Washington DC, as well as for housing and board expenses during the tenure of the fellowship.
Fellowships are awarded for graduate study leading to research-based master's or doctoral degrees in field supported by the NSF, including the mathematical, physical, biological, behavioral and social sciences, engineering, etc. Applicants must be US citizens or nationals, or permanent resident aliens of the US. $20,500 stipend for 12 month tenure; cost of education allowance of $10,500 per tenure year, and a one team $1,000 International Research Travel Allowance.
The annual summer Research Experience for Undergraduates is a program for college juniors who will benefit from an intensive pre-graduate research experience. The program is partially funded by the National Science Foundation and the National Institutes of Health. Ten fellowships are available through the National Science Foundation for qualified applicants. Eligibility factors include: current junior standing, career goals focus on achieving a Ph.D. and a research/teaching career, US citizen or permanent residents only. Ten fellowships are available through the National Institutes of Health. Eligibility factors include: current junior standing, career goals focus on achieving a graduate degree in the biomedical or natural sciences field, US citizen or permanent residents only. Selected participants receive a $2500 stipend plus room and board.
Based at California State University, Sacramento, the Program is sponsored jointly by the Center for California Studies and the Office of the Governor. Fellows receive a 11 month experience while working as a full-time professional in the Executive Branch and completing 12 united of graduate studies.
Program seeks outstanding college sophomores who represent all ethnic and social backgrounds, and who have a strong interest in pursuing a Foreign Service career in the US State Department. The number of fellowships will be determined by funding.
Offers one scholarship in the amount of $1000 and three scholarships in the amount of $500 to entering junior or seniors who are receiving training in the fields of broadcasting, communications, journalism, advertising, etc. In order to qualify, the student, among other criteria, be a Virginia resident or a non-resident attending a Virginia college or university.
Is a fellowship opportunity offered to approximately 15 qualified students form colleges and universities across the Commonwealth. The Virginia Governor’s Fellows Program offers invaluable opportunities for exceptional young people to acquire first hand experience in the operations of sate government as well as the intricacies of public policy development and implementation. Participants are place in positions throughout the Governor’s Office and in various Cabinet offices and state agencies. State funds are not allocated for the operation of this program. In past years a modest stipend has been provided to the fellows by their respective institutions.
The Program provides a multidisciplinary approach to the study of American material life with special emphasis on decorative arts and household furnishings. The Program approaches the study of material culture through interpretation of objects and the social context in which they were made and employed. The curriculum involves coursework at both the University of Delaware and the Winterthur Museum. The two year course of study leads to a Master of Arts degree in Early American Culture from the University of Delaware. Entrance to the Program is only by appointment as a Winterthur Fellow. Up to ten MA fellowships are awarded each year. All admitted candidates will receive a two year fellowship (stipend and tuition).
Math for America Newton Fellowship
Capital Fellows Programs
The Carroll and Milton Petrie New York City Teacher Fellowship Program
Center For Career Development
Center Graduate Degree Fellowship
The German Chancellor Fellowship
The James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation
Jane Andrews-Andrew Carnegie Fellowship Program, Indiana University
Joint Program in Survey Methodology Fellowship Program
Knowels Science teaching Foundation Fellowship
National Association of Student Personnel Administrators' (NASPA) Minority Undergraduate Fellows Program (MUFP)
National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Fellows Program
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships
Roswell Park Cancer Institute
State of California Executive Fellowship Program
Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship
Virginia Association of Broadcasters
Virginia Governor’s Fellows Program
The Winterthur Program in Early American Culture