Consortium for Graduate Study in Management Fellowship
The mission of The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, an alliance of leading American business schools and some top U.S. corporations, is to enhance diversity in business education and leadership by helping to reduce the serious under-representation of African Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans and other races and ethnicities in both member schools’ enrollments and the ranks of management. The fellowship covers full tuition and required fees for more than two years of full-time master’s degree study. Please see the above website for the member schools and more information regarding the application process. The Consortium offers about 200 fellowships each year.
Critical Languages Scholarship
The United States Department of State and the Council of American Overseas Research Centers (CAORC) offer over 300 scholarships for intensive overseas summer study in the critical need foreign languages of Arabic, Azerbaijani, Bangla/Bengali, Chinese, Hindi, Korean, Indonesian, Japanese, Korean, Persian, Portuguese, Punjabi, Russian, Swahili, Turkish, and Urdu. As part of the National Security Language Initiative (NSLI), a U.S. government interagency effort to expand dramatically the number of Americans studying and mastering critical need foreign languages, the Department of State Critical Language Scholarships provides funding for U.S. citizen undergraduate, Master's and Ph.D. students to participate in beginning, intermediate and/or advanced level summer language programs at American Overseas Research Centers and affiliated partners. Programs range from 7 weeks to 10 weeks, beginning in early to mid-June with a pre-departure orientation in the U.S. All majors are encouraged to apply.
DAAD German Academic Exchange Research Internships in Science and Engineering
RISE is a summer internship program for undergraduate students from the United States, Canada and the UK in the fields of biology, chemistry, physics, earth sciences, engineering, and computer science. It offers unique opportunities for undergraduate students to work with research groups at universities and top research institutions across Germany for a period of 2 to 3 months during the summer. RISE interns are matched with doctoral students whom they assist and who serve as their mentors. The working language will be English. All scholarship holders receive stipends from the DAAD to help cover living expenses.
DAAD Opportunities for Undergraduate and Graduate Students
Every year, the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) supports well over 100,000 German and international students and researchers around the globe – making it the world's largest funding organisation of its kind. DAAD scholarships are aimed primarily at graduates, doctoral students and postdocs and are awarded for study and research visits to universities and non-university research institutions in Germany. DAAD also offers undergraduate opportunities. In some programmes, internships are also funded.
Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship
Established in 1991, the Department of Energy Computational Science Graduate Fellowship (DOE CSGF) provides outstanding benefits and opportunities to students pursuing doctoral degrees in fields that use high-performance computing to solve complex science and engineering problems. The program fosters a community of energetic and committed Ph.D. students, alumni, DOE laboratory staff and other scientists who want to have an impact on the nation while advancing their research. Fellows come from diverse scientific and engineering disciplines but share a common interest in using computing in their research. More than 425 students at more than 60 U.S. universities have trained as fellows. The program's alumni work in DOE laboratories, private industry and educational institutions.
Department of Energy Scholars Program
The DOE Scholars Program presents you with the opportunity to explore a federal career with DOE at various stages in your education and learn from top scientists and subject matter experts. The DOE Scholars Program is a summer program for students that offers unique opportunities that introduce students or post-graduates to the agency’s mission and operations. Participants in the DOE Scholars Program gain a competitive edge as they apply their education, talent, and skills in a variety of scientific research settings within the DOE complex.
Department of Homeland Security Opportunities for Undergraduates
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security offers a variety of prestigious scholarships, fellowships, internships and training opportunities to expose talented students to the broad national security mission. DHS offers several opportunities for undergraduates in areas such as health and science, intelligence analysis, law enforcement, law, and public affairs. Eligibility requirements and awards vary for each opportunity.
DOE Office of Science Graduate Student Research Program
The goal of the Office of Science Graduate Student Research (SCGSR) program is to prepare graduate students for science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) careers critically important to the DOE Office of Science mission, by providing graduate thesis research opportunities at DOE laboratories. The SCGSR program provides supplemental awards to outstanding U.S. graduate students to pursue part of their graduate thesis research at a DOE laboratory/facility in areas that address scientific challenges central to the Office of Science mission. The research opportunity is expected to advance the graduate students’ overall doctoral thesis while providing access to the expertise, resources, and capabilities available at the DOE laboratories/facilities.
Donald M. Payne International Development Graduate Fellowship
The USAID Donald M. Payne International Development Graduate Fellowship Program seeks to attract outstanding young people who are interested in pursuing careers in the Foreign Service of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). If you want to work on the front lines of some of the most pressing global challenges of our times — poverty, hunger, injustice, disease, environmental degradation, climate change, conflict and violent extremism – the Foreign Service of the U.S. Agency for International Development provides an opportunity to advance U.S. foreign policy interests and reflect the American people's compassion and support of human dignity. The USAID Donald M. Payne International Development Graduate Fellowship seeks outstanding young people interested in careers in international development as USAID Foreign Service Officers. The Payne Fellowship Program awards ten fellowships valued at up to $48,000 annually to fund a two-year master's degree, arranges internships on Capitol Hill and at USAID missions overseas, and provides professional development and support activities. Fellows who successfully complete the program become USAID Foreign Service Officers. Fellows may use the fellowship to attend a two-year master's program in an area of study relevant to the USAID Foreign Service, including international development, international relations, public policy, business administration, foreign languages, economics, agriculture, environmental sciences, health, or urban planning at a U.S. graduate or professional school approved by the Payne Program. At the end of the two-year fellowship, Fellows enter the USAID Foreign Service. Applicants must be college seniors or graduates looking to start graduate school in the fall of the year they apply, have GPAs of at least 3.2, and be U.S. citizens. The program welcomes applications from those with any undergraduate major and encourages applications from members of minority groups historically underrepresented in the USAID Foreign Service and from those with financial need.
Educational Foundation for Women in Accounting
The Educational Foundation for Women in Accounting sponsors a variety of scholarships for female students majoring in Accounting. Scholarships are available to students at all academic levels. Applicants must meet specified requirements for the scholarship(s) for which they are applying, be attending a school in the U.S., and be a U.S. citizen. Please see the website for specific criteria and eligibility information for each scholarship.
EduMed seeks to help students in healthcare and other fields achieve their college and career goals by providing supportive resources. They have recently created a resource guide specifically for women, which showcases 20 scholarship opportunities (including many in the healthcare field) that help fund higher education. For more information about these opportunities, please visit EduMed’s website.
Founded in 2001, Erasmus Mundus is designed to promote and strengthen EU-third country co-operation in higher education. The program offers scholarships for students to study in at least two European countries, while completing Erasmus Mundus Masters Courses (EEMC) or Erasmus MudusDoctorates. Scholarships are also available for students to study, conduct research, or teach in one of the partnering institutions.
Florida Campus Compact
The Florida Campus Compact award program is designed to recognize institutions, students, faculty, staff, and administrators who are in the trenches, forging sustainable campus-community partnerships that enhance the collegiate experience and help our students become stronger and more active citizens.
Florida Legislative Scholarship
A full-time, stipend supported position that will place interns with state legislative offices in support of the 2021 Florida Legislative Session. Depending on Legislative office requests, selected interns may work in local legislative offices in December/January and then go to Tallahassee in January.
Each chosen intern will be assigned to 1 or 2 members of the Central Florida Legislative Delegation and will be expected to spend at least two months in Tallahassee (apartment & utilities provided and paid for). Interns will be supporting the legislative member with research, constituent relations, bill tracking, and other duties required in the daily operations of a legislative office during the Session.
In addition to having housing provided (rent & utilities paid for) in Tallahassee for the Legislative Session, and reimbursement for travel expenses for one round trip to Tallahassee, each Legislative Scholar will be given a total stipend of $3,000. Pending approval by the student’s Department Chair, it is anticipated that each Legislative Scholar will receive up to 12 hours of credit based on the student’s credit hour needs. (3 hours of credit for graduate students) Applicants must be of junior, senior, or graduate standing.
Ford Foundation Diversity Fellowships
The Ford Diversity Fellowships aims to increase the ethnic and racial diversity of the nation’s college and university faculties, and to increase the number of professors who can and will use diversity as a resource for enriching the education of all students. The predoctoral fellowships provide three years of support toward a doctoral degree for individuals committed to a career in teaching and research at the college or university level. Scholarship selection is based on superior academic achievement; potential of continuing achievement as scholars and teachers; and membership in one or more of the following groups whose under-representation in the American professoriate has been severe and longstanding: Alaska Natives (Eskimo or Aleut), Black/African Americans, Mexican Americans/Chicanas/Chicanos, Native American Indians, Native Pacific Islanders (Polynesian/Micronesian), Puerto Ricans. The program awards approximately 70 predoctoral fellowships annually.
Frank L. Greathouse Government Accounting Scholarship
The Government Finance Officers Association's Frank L. Greathouse Government Accounting Scholarship of $10,000 is available for award to one or more undergraduate or graduate students enrolled in full-time study preparing for a career in state and local government finance. The winner of the scholarship is invited to attend the Government Finance Officers Association's annual conference, where the award is presented.
Freeman - ASIA Award
Freeman-ASIA (Freeman Awards for Study in Asia) is designed to support American undergraduates with demonstrated financial need who are planning to study overseas in East or Southeast Asia. Freeman-ASIA Award recipients are expected to share their experiences with their home campuses to encourage study abroad in Asia by others, and to spread greater understanding of Asian peoples and cultures within their home communities. Applicants must currently receive need-based financial aid or demonstrate a verifiable need for financial assistance and have at least one term of enrollment remaining at the home institution in the U.S. upon returning from studying abroad in Asia.
Internal Deadline: September 17th at noon.
Institutional Endorsement/Nomination Required: Yes
There are two primary types of Fulbright Grants: Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships (ETAs) and Fulbright Study/Research Grants. English Teaching Assistants teach English language and conversation classes in select countries with ETA Programs. Requirements differ by country, but some teaching experience is typically preferred. Depending on the country, applicants may not need to be familiar with the language of the host country. Fulbright Study/Research Grants allow students to design their own programs, including university coursework, library or field research, classes in a music or art school, and independent projects in the social or life sciences.
Fulbright UK Summer Institutes
The US-UK Fulbright Commission offers nine Special Summer Programmes for US citizens to come to the UK. These summer programmes provide the opportunity for US undergraduates (aged over 18), who have completed no more than two years of university study, to come to the UK on a three-to-four week academic and cultural summer programme. Participants in these programmes will get the opportunity to experience an exciting academic programme at a highly regarded UK University, explore the culture, heritage, and history of the UK, and develop their academic ability by improving presentation, research, and communication skills.
Fund For Education Abroad
FEA is committed to increasing the opportunities for dedicated American students to participate in high-quality, rigorous education abroad programs by reducing financial restrictions through the provision of grants and scholarships. Students must be US citizens or permanent residents, be currently enrolled in a US university or college, plan to study abroad for at least four weeks in a program eligible for course credit, and support study abroad through work with the FEA and the campus upon return. Preference will be given to students who plan to study at academically rigorous programs, will study the host country's native language, apply to a program with service-learning or volunteering components, apply to a non-traditional destination, demonstrate financial need, or who represent a group traditionally underrepresented in education abroad.
Gates Cambridge Scholarships
Institutional Endorsement/Nomination Required: Yes
The Gates Cambridge Scholarship supports graduate study at Cambridge University, UK, with the aim of creating a network of future leaders from around the world who will bring new vision and commitment to improving the life circumstances of citizens in their respective countries. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of exceptional academic achievement and scholarly promise. Successful applicants will have the ability to make a significant contribution to their discipline while in Cambridge and display a strong aptitude for research, analysis, and a creative approach to defining and solving problems. Students must apply and be accepted for graduate study at Cambridge University. Approximately 100 scholarships are awarded annually.
George Mitchell Scholarships
Internal Deadline: Contact OPA by first Friday of August to be considered for nomination.
Institutional Endorsement/Nomination Required: Yes
George J. Mitchell Scholarships are intended to familiarize and connect the next generation of American leadership with the island of Ireland while recognizing and fostering intellectual achievement, leadership, and a commitment to community and public service. These scholarships support one year of graduate study in any discipline offered by an institution of higher learning in Ireland. Selection is based on a superior record of academic excellence, leadership, and public service. The scholarship provides tuition, housing, a living expenses stipend, and international travel. Twelve scholarships are awarded annually.
German Chancellor Fellowship
Since 1990, the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, with funds made available by the German Federal Foreign Office, has awarded 10 German Chancellor Scholarships annually to prospective leaders from the U.S. in the academic, economic, and political fields, enabling them to carry out projects of their own choice in Germany. During one-year stays, scholars are also given the opportunity to gain an insight into the social, cultural, economic, and political situation in Germany. German Chancellor Scholars take part in a four-week introductory seminar in Bonn and Berlin in September, a fact-finding tour of Germany, and a final meeting in Bonn. In addition to the scholarship, the Foundation bears the costs for preparatory German language tuition and an intensive course of several weeks in Bonn.
Golden Key Graduate Scholar Award
Golden Key dares its members to dream big and never, ever stop. The Society not only offers education-based scholarships to make those dreams a reality but also awards for service and leadership achievements. Golden Key grants give advisors the opportunity to develop their skills professionally, while the fellowships offer graduate students a once-in-a-lifetime chance to further their knowledge through foundation-backed research. Some scholarships target specific fields of study, allowing members to study alongside those with similar interests. Others focus on countries or regions, affording members the luxury of studying abroad or participating in a faraway internship program. Providing a means for hope, Golden Key offers $1,000,000 in scholarships and awards each year, including those for both undergraduate and graduate students. The applicant must be currently enrolled as a full-time student in a post-baccalaureate program of study at an accredited institution at the time of application OR during the academic year immediately following the granting of the award.
Government Finance Officers Associations Scholarships
The Government Finance Officers Association sponsors a variety of scholarships for students in business and government related majors. Scholarships are available to students at all academic levels. Applicants must meet specified requirements for the scholarship(s) for which they are applying and be a citizen of the U.S. or Canada. Please see the website for specific criteria and eligibility information for each scholarship.
Graduate Fellowships for STEM Diversity
Graduate Fellowships for STEM Diversity has one primary objective: Increase the number of qualified U.S.-citizen Ph.D.'s in the physical sciences and related engineering fields, emphasizing recruitment of a diverse applicant pool of women and historically underrepresented minorities. GFSD identifies tomorrow’s most promising scientists and matches them with employer sponsors who support their doctoral training. All GFSD Fellows receive two paid summers of internship at their GFSD sponsoring employer’s research facility. Employer sponsors include the nation’s top agencies, companies and laboratories, along with more than 100 public and private universities. Applicants must be of senior standing with at least a 3.0 GPA. Selection is based upon academic standing, course work, research experience, letters of recommendation, and GRE scores.
Gubernatorial Fellows Program
Governor Jeb Bush established the Gubernatorial Fellows Program in 2004. This program provides leadership training to outstanding Florida graduate and undergraduate students interested in public service. By immersing students in key areas of government, including the Executive Office of the Governor and the Governor's Agencies, these future leaders will obtain first-hand, high-level, on-the-job training as well as valuable experience and insight in government and how it works. Each of the twelve chosen Fellows is matched with projects based on their expertise and interest. Applicants will be judged based on outstanding academic achievement, including strong written and oral communication skills, leadership skills, working knowledge of government, university and community activism, and desire to serve the people of Florida.
Haas/Koshland Memorial Award
Each year, the Jewish Community Endowment Fund invites students to apply for the Haas/Koshland Memorial Award. The grant, which is given annually by the descendents of Walter A. Haas, Sr. and Daniel E. Koshland, Sr., funds a year of study and personal development in Israel. All interested students of sophomore ranking or higher who are from, or attend school in, the San Francisco Bay Area and wish to broaden their personal life, academic life, or both should apply.
Harvard Kennedy School Public Policy and Leadership Conference
The Public Policy and Leadership Conference at Harvard Kennedy School is designed to inform first and second year undergraduate students about careers in the public sector. The conference will provide students with information on graduate study in public policy and international affairs as well as information on financial support through various fellowship programs. The conference aims to attract students from groups under-represented in public policy and international affairs in an effort to increase the diversity of students receiving these professional degrees. The conference will help prepare future leaders for study in public policy, particularly those from historically under-served communities and people of color. All expenses for the conference will be covered by the Harvard Kennedy School. Eligibility: Applicants must be first or second year students, U.S. Citizens or permanent residents, have at least a 3.5 GPA, and demonstrate an interest in public service.
Herbert Scoville Jr., Peace Fellowship
The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship Program invites college graduates to apply for full-time, six-month to nine-month fellowships in Washington, DC. Outstanding individuals will be selected to work with nonprofit, public-interest organizations addressing peace and security issues. Applications are especially encouraged from candidates with a strong interest in these issues who have prior experience with public-interest activism or advocacy.
Hertz Foundations Graduate Fellowship Award
The Hertz Foundation's Graduate Fellowship seeks to support the graduate education of America's most promising technical talent, those who can be expected to have the greatest impact on the application of the physical sciences to human problems during the next half-century. The fellowship funds Ph.D. study in the applied sciences at one of approximately 45 tenable schools. Fellowship selection is based on evidence of exceptional creativity, broad understanding of physical principles, and outstanding potential for innovative research. Approximately 15 fellowships are awarded annually.
Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) Scholarships
Scholarships are available to students of a variety of majors at all academic levels. All applicants must demonstrate financial need. Please see the website for specific details on each scholarship. Applicants need not be of hispanic origin to apply.
Hispanic Heritage Scholarship Fund of Metro Orlando
The Hispanic Heritage Scholarship Fund of Metro Orlando (HHSFMO) is now offering a number of $5,000 scholarships to UCF students of Hispanic Origin. To be considered as student must be of Hispanic heritage, a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, must have filled out a FAFSA application for Federal Financial Aid, and be enrolled full or part-time in a degree-seeking program at an accredited institution in on of the seven Central Florida counties: Brevard, Lake, Orange, Osceola, Polk, Seminole, or Volusia. Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. If you're interested in applying, please feel free to contact the Office of Prestigious Awards at OPA@ucf.edu for assistance with the application process.
Humanity in Action Fellowship
Intensive and demanding, the Humanity in Action Fellowship brings together international groups of college students and recent graduates to explore different national histories of discrimination and resistance to injustice, as well as examples of contemporary human rights issues affecting minority groups. The programs are intended to instill a responsibility among Humanity in Action Fellows to recognize the need to protect minorities and promote human rights in their own communities and around the world.
IDA Science and Technology Policy Institute Science Fellowship Program
This is a two-year fellowship for the Institute for Defense Analyses that provides recent bachelor’s or master’s degree recipients a unique opportunity to use their critical thinking and analytic skills to work on a diverse set of challenges in science and technology (S&T) policy areas, including energy and the environment, innovation and competitiveness, evaluation and scientometrics, information technologies, national security, and life sciences. Fellows will be involved in collaborative research for leaders in the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) in the Executive Office of the President and for such federal agencies as the National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health.
Institute for Humane Studies Internship Program
The Internship Programs at IHS invite talented and passionate individuals into the center of the liberty movement as IHS team members. All Interns partner with their supervisor to create internships unique to them, including professional development opportunities and the ability to choose specific projects. With your initiative, interning with IHS provides experiences that can position you to succeed in future careers. Interns often find opportunities to offer program suggestions to senior staff members, brown bag lectures, and internal book discussions.
Institute for the Recruitment of Teachers (IRT) Intern Summer Workshop
Each year, 25-30 interns are selected by the IRT to participate in an intense four-week summer workshop at Phillips Academy prior to or at the completion of their senior year of undergraduate study. The workshop typically runs for the month of July; interns and faculty work together nine hours each day, six days a week. Included in the workshop are lectures, seminar discussions, small group meetings, writing conferences, films, debates, practice teaching sessions and presentations by nationally known educators, scholars, poets and artists. During the Summer Workshop, IRT interns engage a graduate-level curriculum of critical, cultural and educational theory. Students prepare for the GRE and work on their statements of purpose. At the end of the third week in July, the IRT hosts its annual Recruiters’ Weekend, attended by more than 60 academic deans and graduate admissions representatives from consortium institutions who are eager to speak with potential candidates about their graduate programs. The IRT recruits students from colleges and universities across the nation. Participants receive a $1,200 stipend, travel expenses (for those traveling by plane or train), and room and board.
International Business Scholars
The International Business Scholars Program offers study abroad scholarships with the support of the College of Business Administration and The Burnett Honors College for fall and/or spring semesters. Scholarships are awarded to Honors students on a competitive basis, up to $1,500 per student per semester.
James Madison Graduate Fellowship
The Madison Fellowship supports students who plan to seek a Master's Degree to teach American history, American government, or social studies in grades 7-12. The Madison Fellowship aims to improve teaching about the U.S. Constitution in secondary schools and provides funding for graduate study that includes a significant focus on the Constitution. Madison Junior Fellowships are awarded to students who are about to complete, or have completed, their undergraduate course of study and plan to begin graduate work on a full-time basis. Junior Fellows have two years to complete their degree. The award provides up to $12,000 per year for up to two years.
John Bayliss Radio Scholarship
The John Bayliss Broadcast Foundation was established in 1985 to perpetuate the memory of radio executive John Bayliss and his many contributions to the radio business. The underlying theme of the Foundation is the development of young talent for the radio industry so the broadcasting principles John Bayliss stood for live on in his name. To be eligible, applicants must be attending an institution in the United States and are entering their junior or senior year in college, or applying to graduate school. The student must be preparing for a career in the radio industry, preferably commercial radio. They must have maintained a 3.0 GPA or better and although financial need is a consideration, students of merit with an extensive history of radio-related activities are given preference. The applicant should be able to demonstrate a high degree of integrity and a personal sense of responsibility. Up to fifteen $5000 scholarships are awarded annually.
Kate Neal Kinley Memorial Fellowship
Founded in honor of Kate Neal Kinley, three major fellowships will be awarded to fine or applied arts students. Fellowships are awarded as follows: one of approximately $20,000 in any field of music; one of approximately $20,000 in instrumental or vocal music, architectural design and history, art and design, theatre, or dance; and one of $9,000 in art, architecture, dance, landscape architecture, theatre, or urban and regional planning. Selection is based upon the applicant’s high achievement in his/her major field of study or related cultural fields, as well as the character, merit, and suitability of the program proposed by the applicant. Seriousness of purpose and good moral character will be taken into consideration as part of each application.
Institutional Endorsement/Nomination Required: Yes
The Killam Fellowships Program allows undergraduate students from Canada and the United States to participate in a program of binational residential exchange. Killam Fellows spend either one semester or a full academic year as an exchange student in the host country. Students can apply either to the direct exchange program, which is limited to the participating university partners listed on this site, or to the open competition, allowing for participation from (and to) any accredited degree granting college or university in either country.
Knight-Hennessey Scholars Stanford University
Each year up to 90 high-achieving students who are independent thinkers, display purposeful leadership, and have a civic orientation will receive full funding to pursue a graduate education at Stanford. Funding includes tuition, stipend, graduate program and related academic expenses, with additional financial support available. Pursue a graduate degree in any of Stanford's seven schools, from PhDs in arts, education, engineering, humanities, or social sciences to professional degrees in business, law, or medicine. Students who earned a bachelor's degree in 2014 or later are eligible to apply to the 2020 cohort of Knight-Hennessy Scholars. U.S. military (active or veteran) applicants are eligible if you earned your bachelor's degree in 2012 or later.
Knowles Science Teaching Foundation Teaching Fellowships
The Knowles Science Teaching Foundation Teaching Fellowships offers financial support to recent graduates in the sciences, engineering, or mathematics who wish to teach high school. Fellows receive tuition assistance and a stipend while completing a teaching preparation program. Fellows also receive support, networking, and ongoing professional development opportunities. Applicants must be within five years of their most recent degree in science, engineering, or mathematics. Those who already hold teaching certifications are not eligible.
KSC Pathways Intern Employment Program
The Kennedy Space Center Pathways Program provides qualified interns with employment experience in the federal civil service. This program offers a short-term and long-term internship option that allows qualified applicants to transition from their internship to permanent employment after graduation. The two options are the temporary and the permanent internships. Temporary internships are postings with NASA that last about 10 weeks and are usually offered during the summer semester. However, temporary interns are not eligible for non-competitive employment transition. Permanent internships are expected to last more than one year and these candidates are eligible to convert (non-competitively) to a career within the federal civil service. Traditional permanent interns will be expected to alternate semesters between work and school (one semester working with NASA, the next in school) until graduation. Non-traditional interns will work full-time throughout the year and be allowed to take courses online or at night to stay in good standing with their university. Non-traditional internships are often reserved for non-engineering interns. These internships are paid based upon the federal government's GS pay scale. To be considered for these internship opportunities, you must pass a background check and medical screening.
LabCitoyen is a program dedicated to major human rights topics. It welcomes to France around sixty socially-engaged young people aged 20 to 26, who love France and are learning French, to learn about these issues through a series of conferences and debates. Over the course of around ten days, participants from five continents think together about the major topics of international discourse. The LabCitoyen endeavours to address the major issues of our time by promoting the French language as a tool for debate and action. The cultural network abroad, based on the recommendations of the Institut français, rigorously selects participants through interviews, competitions and public debates.
Lawrence Livermore Summer Internship Program
The Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) in Livermore, California holds an annual national competition for the prestigious Lawrence Livermore Summer Internship Program. Summer terms usually run for twelve weeks between mid May and mid September. Typically, students gain hands-on experience and the opportunity to apply learned theory to real life problems that support their education and career goals. Applicants must be college seniors with intent to pursue a Ph.D. and a 3.8 minimum GPA. At least one GRE score must be a 790. Applicants must be students who are willing to support cutting-edge science and engineering in the interest of national security. Selections and assignments are based on academic achievements, prior experience, technical interest and funding availability.
Math for America Teacher Fellowship Program
The MƒA Master Teacher Fellowship offers a powerful community for public school mathematics and science teachers who are experts in their fields, dedicated to their students, and seek to hone their craft. Bringing together highly accomplished teachers creates an inimitable community of educators committed to continued professional enrichment, learning, and reflection. As a result, MƒA Master Teachers find opportunities for leadership and growth. This opportunity is open to 2nd or 3rd year teachers who teach science or math and teachers with at least 4 years of experience teaching science and math.
Math in Moscow
The Independent University of Moscow (IUM) is a small, elite institution of higher learning focusing primarily on mathematics. The IUM offers U.S. and other foreign undergraduate mathematics or computer science majors the chance to spend a semester in Moscow studying within its MATH in MOSCOW program. The MATH in MOSCOW program will provide a fifteen-week-long research experience for students with some of the world's leading mathematicians. Students will be learning mathematics in an environment similar in spirit to that of a Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program, but with broader representation from the international community. All instruction is in English. Applicants may also apply for a special scholarship in the amount of US $5,000 to cover some of the costs associated with attendance. Five of these scholarships are available per semester, with funding provided by the National Science Foundation and administered by the American Mathematical Society.
Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship
The Matthew Isakowitz Fellowship Program connects exceptional current college juniors, seniors, and graduate students with paid, summer internships in the field of commercial spaceflight, as well as with notable aerospace leaders for mentorship. The summer ends with a two-day networking summit.
McKnight Doctoral Fellowship
The McKnight Doctoral Fellowship program is designed to address the under-representation of African American and Hispanic faculty at colleges and universities in the state of Florida by increasing the pool of citizens qualified with Ph.D. degrees to teach at the college and university levels. As a by-product, it is expected that employment opportunities in industry will also be expanded.
Morris K. Udall Scholarship
Internal Deadline: First Friday of February
Institutional Endorsement/Nomination Required: Yes
The Udall Foundation awards scholarships to college sophomores and juniors for leadership, public service, and commitment to issues related to Native American nations or to the environment. The Foundation expects to award around 50 scholarships of up to $7,000. These scholarships fall into three categories: Tribal Policy, Native Health Care, and Environment. Candidates for the Tribal Policy category should be of Native American and Alaskan Native descent and interested in working on an array issues in Indian country. Those applying for the Native Health Care category should also be of Native American or Alaskan Native descent and be pursuing a health-related career. Candidates interested in the Environment category should be undergraduates interested in conservation and environmental issues.
National Black MBA Association MBA Scholarship
The National Black MBA Association (NBMBAA) MBA Scholarship Program identifies students who have demonstrated potential to make significant contributions in the field of business in the public and private sectors. Applicants must demonstrate academic excellence, exceptional leadership potential and be actively involved in their local communities through service to others. Each year a minimum of 25 students receive these scholarships up to $5,000. Recipients must be enrolled in a full-time graduate business program in a college or university in the United States accredited by the AACSB at the time of award in September.
National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship
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 500 new three-year graduate fellowships. The DoD will offer these fellowships to individuals who have demonstrated ability and special aptitude for advanced training in science and engineering. Applicants should be of senior standing. The evaluation of applicants is based on review of their academic records, personal statements, recommendations, and Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores. Fellows are required to enroll in full-time programs leading to doctoral degrees.
National Institute of Health Postbaccalaureate Intramural Research Training Award
The NIH Postbac IRTA program (CRTA, Cancer Research Training Award, in the National Cancer Institute) provides recent college graduates who are planning to apply to graduate or professional (medical/dental/pharmacy/nursing/veterinary, etc.) school an opportunity to spend one or two years performing full-time research at the NIH. Postbac IRTAs/CRTAs work side-by-side with some of the leading scientists in the world, in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research. The NIH consists of the 240-bed Mark O. Hatfield Clinical Research Center and more than 1100 laboratories/research projects, located on the main campus in Bethesda, MD and the surrounding area as well as in Baltimore and Frederick, MD; Research Triangle Park, NC; Hamilton, MT; Framingham, MA; Phoenix, AZ; and Detroit, MI.
National Institutes of Health Undergraduate Scholarship Program for Individuals from Disadvantaged Backgrounds
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Undergraduate Scholarship Program (UGSP) offers competitive scholarships to students from disadvantaged backgrounds who are committed to careers in biomedical, behavioral, and social science health-related research. The program offers scholarship support, paid research training at the NIH during the summer, and paid employment and training at the NIH after graduation. For each scholarship year, you are committed to two NIH service obligations, a 10-week Summer Laboratory Experience and employment at the NIH after graduation. You must be a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident, enrolled as a full-time student at a 4-year undergraduate institution in the U.S., have a grade point average of at least 3.5 or within the top 5 percent of your class, and have exceptional financial need as determined by the undergraduate institution.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Ernest F. Hollings (Hollings) scholarship program is designed to increase undergraduate training in oceanic and atmospheric science, research, technology, and education and foster multidisciplinary training opportunities; increase public understanding and support for stewardship of the ocean and atmosphere and improve environmental literacy; recruit and prepare students for public service careers with NOAA and other natural resource and science agencies at the federal, state and local levels of government; and recruit and prepare students for careers as teachers and educators in oceanic and atmospheric science and to improve scientific and environmental education in the United States.
The Hollings Scholarship Program provides successful undergraduate applicants with awards that include academic assistance (up to a maximum of $9,500 per year) for full-time study during the 9-month academic year; a 10-week, full-time internship position ($700/week) during the summer at a NOAA facility; and, if reappointed, academic assistance (up to a maximum of $9.500) for full-time study during a second 9-month academic year. The internship between the first and second years of the award provides the Scholars with "hands-on"/ practical educational training experience in NOAA-related science, research, technology, policy, management, and education activities. Awards also include travel funds to attend a mandatory NOAA Scholarship Program orientation, conferences where students present a paper or poster, and a housing subsidy for scholars who do not reside at home during the summer internship.
National Science Foundation Innovation Graduate Education Program
The Innovations in Graduate Education (IGE) program is designed to encourage the development and implementation of bold, new, and potentially transformative approaches to STEM graduate education training. The program seeks proposals that explore ways for graduate students in research-based master’s and doctoral degree programs to develop the skills, knowledge, and competencies needed to pursue a range of STEM careers. IGE focuses on projects aimed at piloting, testing, and validating innovative and potentially transformative approaches to graduate education. IGE projects are intended to generate the knowledge required for their customization, implementation, and broader adoption. The program supports testing of novel models or activities with high potential to enrich and extend the knowledge base on effective graduate education approaches. The program addresses both workforce development, emphasizing broad participation, and institutional capacity building needs in graduate education. Strategic collaborations with the private sector, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), government agencies, national laboratories, field stations, teaching and learning centers, informal science centers, and academic partners are encouraged.
National Oceanicc and Atmospheric Administration Educational Partnership Program Undergraduate Scholarship Program
The goal of the Undergraduate Scholars Program is to increase the number of students who undertake course work and graduate with degrees in targeted academic fields integral to NOAA's mission. This program targets students who have completed their sophomore year, attending minority serving institutions (MSIs), and have recently declared, or about to declare a major in atmospheric, oceanic, or environmental disciplines that support these sciences.
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships
The National Science Foundation (NSF) recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in science, technology, engineering, social science, and mathematics disciplines who are pursuing research-based master’s and doctoral degrees. NSF Fellows are expected to become knowledge experts who can contribute significantly to research, teaching, and innovations in science and engineering. The fellowship carries a stipend of $34,000 per year plus cost-of-education allowance for up to three years. Approximately 2,000 fellows are named each year.
Naval Academy Foreign Affairs Conference
Each year since 1960, the U.S. Naval Academy has hosted a gathering of undergraduates from around the United States and the world who come together in the spring to discuss a theme from current global affairs.
NIH National NIAID Summer Internship Program
The Summer Internship Program at NIAID offers students the opportunity to conduct research at the forefront of immunologic, allergic, and infectious diseases in NIAID laboratories located in Maryland (Bethesda, Rockville, and Frederick) and Montana (Rocky Mountain Laboratories in Hamilton). Summer interns spend a minimum of eight consecutive weeks performing full-time biomedical research in basic, translational, and clinical research areas under the guidance and direction of an NIAID principal investigator. Students participate and engage with other trainees and scientists in a wide variety of research and professional development events during their time at NIH. The summer internship program strives to offer a stimulating and highly rewarding experience for interns, with the aim of encouraging ambitious and academically talented students to pursue a career in biomedical research.
NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)
The Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program is a paid summer research experience for students interested in working in an ongoing research program. The REU program supports active research participation by undergraduate students in any of the areas of research funded by the National Science Foundation. REU projects involve students in meaningful ways in ongoing research programs or in research projects specifically designed for the REU program. Students majoring in the sciences, math, engineering, and the social sciences should visit the REU website for the listings for REU universities and research programs. Students apply directly to REU Program Sites and should consult the directory of active REU Sites
for each Site's specific deadlines and requirements.
Nuclear Age Peace Foundation Internships
The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation initiates and supports worldwide efforts to abolish nuclear weapons, to strengthen international law and institutions, and to inspire and empower a new generation of peace leaders. Founded in 1982, the Foundation is comprised of individuals and organizations worldwide who realize the imperative for peace in the Nuclear Age. The Nuclear Age Peace Foundation is a non-profit, non-partisan international education and advocacy organization. It has consultative status to the United Nations Economic and Social Council and is recognized by the UN as a Peace Messenger Organization. The Foundation's internship programs bring together top level students to work on current global issues at the headquarters in downtown Santa Barbara, California. Possible projects include working on the Turn the Tide and UC Nuclear Free campaigns, national Think Outside the Bomb conferences, high school Peace Leadership Clubs project, Nuclear Free Universities, and summer movie nights. Candidates from anywhere in the world are encouraged to apply, provided that they are students currently enrolled in an accredited college or university in the United States.
ORISE Summer Student Research Participation Opportunity at NCTR
Summer research opportunities are available at the National Center for Toxicological Research (NCTR), U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in Jefferson, Arkansas. This program is designed for science and mathematics students preparing for future careers in toxicology, regulatory science, or related scientific disciplines. Selected individuals will participate in research projects on the biological effect of potentially toxic chemicals and the solutions to toxicology problems that have a major impact on human health and the environment.
Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans
Institutional Endorsement/Nomination Required: No
The purpose of The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans is to provide opportunities for continuing generations of able and accomplished New Americans to achieve leadership in their chosen fields. A New American is an individual who (1) is a resident alien, i.e., holds a Green Card, (2) has been naturalized as a U.S. citizen, or (3) is the child of two parents who are both naturalized citizens. Fellows must have shown potential in the fields for which they seek further education, the capacity for creativity, persistence, and work, and the commitment to the values of the United States Constitution and the Bill of Rights, which protect the American dream. The fellowship carries a maintenance grant of $25,000 and a tuition grant of one-half the tuition cost of the graduate program attended by the Fellow (up to $20,000 per annum). Students from all majors are eligible to apply. Note: some eligibility requirements (please visit website for more requirements): NEW AMERICAN STATUS
- Born in the U.S.: U.S. citizen by birth and both of your parents were born abroad as non-U.S. citizens.
- Naturalized Citizen: Have been naturalized as a U.S. citizen either on your own or as a minor child under the application of one of your parents.
- Green Card: You are in possession of a valid green card.
- Adopted: You were born outside of the U.S. or one of its territories, were subsequently adopted by American parents, and were awarded U.S. citizenship as a result of your adoption.
- DACA: One of the following must be true:
- You have been granted deferred action under the government’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and your status is currently active.
- You are awaiting renewal of your DACA status.
- You had DACA status, but because the program was rescinded by the U.S. Government, you no longer have DACA status.
The Peace Corps is a service opportunity for motivated changemakers to immerse themselves in a community abroad, working side by side with local leaders to tackle the most pressing challenges of our generation.
Phi Kappa Phi Fellowship
Each year, Phi Kappa Phi awards 51 scholarships of $5,000 each and six scholarships of $15,000 each to active members entering their first year of graduate or professional school. The Phi Kappa Phi chapter at UCF will select one of its members to compete for the Society-wide fellowships. Award recipients are selected based on their academic accomplishments, leadership and service involvement, personal statement and career goals, letters of recommendation, and acceptance at an approved graduate or professional program. If you are interested in applying or would like more information, please contact the UCF Phi Kappa Phi chapter or the Office of Prestigious Awards at OPA@ucf.edu.
Phi Kappa Phi Study Abroad Grants
The Phi Kappa Phi chapter at UCF will select one of its members to compete for the Society-wide fellowships. Award recipients are selected based on their academic accomplishments, leadership and service involvement, personal statement and career goals, letters of recommendation, and acceptance at an approved graduate or professional program.
Point Foundation Scholarships
The Point Foundation provides scholarships for students who have demonstrated involvement and activism in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community. Point Scholars are selected based on social, emotional and financial need, scholastic aptitude, and leadership potential. Particular attention is paid to those students who have lost the financial and social support of their families and/or communities as a result of revealing their sexual orientation or gender identity. Point Scholars are those who are physically, intellectually, and morally capable of leadership within their chosen fields, and who have demonstrated involvement in the LGBT community. You do not have to be LGBT to apply but you should have a history of leadership in the LGBT community and plan to be a LGBT leader in the future.
Presidential Management Fellowship
Bearing the Presidential moniker, the PMF Program is a flagship leadership development program at the entry level for advanced degree candidates. It was created more than three decades ago by Executive Order and has gone through many changes over the years. The Program attracts and selects the best candidates possible, but is really designed with a more narrow focus - developing a cadre of potential government leaders. It provides some sustenance during the first years of employment and encourages development of leadership capabilities. The PMF Program inculcates a lasting bond as well as a spirit of public service, ultimately encouraging and leading to a career in the government.
Prospective Secondary Teacher Course Work Scholarships
Supported by Texas Instruments Demana-Waits Funds, up to two scholarships, with a maximum value of $10,000 each, will be awarded to students currently completing their sophomore year of college and pursuing a career goal of becoming a certified teacher of secondary school mathematics. The scholarship will be awarded in two phases, with $5,000 for the recipient’s third year of full-time study, and $5,000 for the recipient’s fourth year of full-time study. To apply for the scholarship, a written proposal must be submitted that includes evidence of the applicant’s past academic achievement in a college or university and the applicant’s commitment to pursue a teaching career in secondary school mathematics. Additionally, students must be current members of the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics (on or before the deadline).
Prospanica Foundation Scholarship
The Prospanica Foundation’s scholarships are designed for undergraduate and graduate students who want to achieve their full educational potential and make meaningful contributions to society. They are looking for entrepreneurial thinkers who know that true accomplishment is much more than individual success, it uplifts the entire Hispanic community. Prospanica scholarships target students who see the big picture and are eager to share their influence across the Hispanic community. Students should have at least a 3.0 GPA.
Public Policy and International Affairs Junior Summer Institutes
The Public Policy and International Affairs (PPIA) Junior Summer Institute JSI is an intensive seven-week summer program that focuses on preparing students for graduate programs in public and international affairs and careers as policy professionals, public administrators and other leadership roles in public service. The JSI curriculum includes economics, statistics, domestic/international policy issues and leadership topics, all designed to sharpen the students' quantitative, analytic and communication skills. Extracurricular activities are also included. The program is open to juniors who will have one or two semesters remaining after completing the summer institute.
Named in honor of the 1950 Nobel Peace Prize winner and former APSA President, Ralph J. Bunche, the Ralph Bunche Summer Institute (RBSI) program goal is to encourage students to pursue academic careers in political science by helping to: Enhance participants' writing, research, and analytical skills and make them more competitive applicants for graduate school admissions and financial assistance; Improve the students' use of computers for statistical analysis of research data used in the study of political science; Expose interested and engaged students to issues in the discipline and profession of political science; Introduce participants to leading political scientists; Inform promising students about political science career opportunities and encourage applications to Ph.D. programs in political science. Each summer, the Institute gives 20 students a look at the world of graduate study with a program of two transferable credit courses at Duke University, one in quantitative analysis and one in race and American politics, to introduce the intellectual demands of graduate school and political science research methods.
Internal Deadline: Contact OPA by first Friday of August to be considered for nomination.
The most prestigious and selective of all postgraduate awards, the Rhodes Scholarship covers tuition, fees, and a maintenance allowance for two years of study at Oxford University. The scholarship aims to support the graduate study of future leaders in their fields, individuals who will play an influential part in the betterment of society, wherever their careers might lead them. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of: literary and scholastic attainments; energy to use one’s talents to the full; truth, courage, devotion to duty, sympathy for and protection of the weak, kindliness, unselfishness and fellowship; and a moral force of character and instincts to lead and to take an interest in one’s fellow beings. Thirty-two awards are made annually.
Rotary Global Grants
Global grants support large international activities with sustainable, measurable outcomes in Rotary’s areas of focus. By working together to respond to real community needs, clubs and districts strengthen their global partnerships. Global grants can fund: Humanitarian projects, scholarships for graduate-level academic studies, and vocational training teams, which are groups of professionals who travel abroad either to teach local professionals about their field or to learn more about it themselves. Grant applications should propose projects that are sustainable, include measurable goals, align with one of the Rotary's areas of focus, respond to real community needs, and actively involve Rotarians and community members.
Rotary World Peace Scholarship
The Rotary Foundation has partnered with eight leading universities around the world to establish the Rotary Centers for International Studies in peace and conflict resolution. Rotary selects up to 70 fellows each year to study at one of the seven Rotary Centers worldwide. The selected Rotary World Peace Fellows will begin two-year master's-level degree programs in conflict resolution, peace studies, and international relations. Rotary World Peace Scholars must meet all requirements for admission into their chosen university. Applicants must have proficiency in a second language (including the language of the proposed host university); possess excellent leadership skills; and demonstrate a commitment to peace and international understanding through service, academic, or professional achievements. Competitive candidates will have relevant work or volunteer experience in fields related to peace or conflict resolution.
Scotland’s Saltire Scholarships is a programme of scholarships offered by the Scottish Government in collaboration with Scottish universities in the areas of science, technology, creative industries, healthcare and medical sciences, and renewable and clean energy. The scheme offers up to 50 awards, each worth £8000, towards tuition fees for any one year of full time study on a postgraduate Masters programme at any of Scotland’s higher education institutions. Scholarships are available to citizens of the following countries: Canada, China (including Hong Kong), India, Japan, Pakistan and USA. Saltire Scholars will also have the opportunity to take part in a programme of activities over and above their studies, including dialogue with the academic and business community in Scotland. As a Saltire Scholar, you’ll act as an ambassador not only for the Saltire Scholarships programme, but also for Scotland.
Samuel Huntington Public Service Award
The Samuel Huntington Public Service Award provides a $15,000 stipend for a graduating college senior to pursue one year of public service anywhere in the world. The award allows recipients to engage in a meaningful public service activity for one year before proceeding on to graduate school or a career.
Each new cohort of Schwarzman Scholars will join a global network of the world's most talented young leaders, helping to build stronger links between China and a rapidly changing world. The Schwarzman Scholars experience is anchored in a rigorous and innovative master's degree program at Tsinghua University, one of the country's leading universities. Drawing on the best traditions of Tsinghua and top academic institutions around the world, the curriculum bridges the academic and professional worlds to educate students about leadership and about China's expanding role in the world. The program also provides Scholars with unparalleled learning opportunities with leaders from China and the world through high-level interactions at lectures, an internship program, a mentors network, and intensive deep-dive travel seminars.
Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
The Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) is the largest science and energy laboratory in the Department of Energy system, which includes research in materials, neutron sciences, energy, high-performance computing, systems biology, and national security. The program offers fall, spring, and summer internships to students each year in which students engage in a 16 week (fall/spring) or 10 week (summer) research project under the direction of a laboratory scientist/engineer, and they are able to enrich themselves with career development and lab tours.
Science, Mathematics And Research for Transformation
The SMART Scholarship-for-Service Program was established as a concentrated effort to enhance the Department of Defense (DoD) workforce with talented, innovative and brilliant scientists, engineers and researchers. For over a decade, SMART Scholars have been working within labs and agencies of the Army, Navy, Air Force and Additional DoD to support the warfighter and create an impact to secure our nation. SMART Scholars enter the program to pursue their education in some of the leading STEM fields currently in high demand by the United States Government. The program offers scholarships for bachelors, masters and PhD students pursuing STEM. While in school, students will receive full tuition, monthly stipends, health insurance and book allowances, as well as summer internships that range from 8 to 12 weeks. Upon degree completion, scholars begin working in a civilian position with their sponsoring facility. The internships and work experience allow scholars the opportunity to learn from the greatest minds in STEM and defense. Not only do scholars pursue their passions in their respective field during their educational phase, but they begin a journey towards an empowering career to protect national security.
Scripps Research Institute Skaggs Oxford Program
The Skaggs Oxford Scholarships allow highly qualified students to gain a broader and deeper interdisciplinary research experience than is possible from a single institution’s doctoral program. This scholarship consists of a joint five-year program of study in biology or chemistry at The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California, and biochemistry at the University of Oxford in Britain leading to the award of a joint Ph.D./D.Phil. degree. It provides diversity in curriculum, scientific approaches, and research training with access to facilities and expertise at both locations. It also offers students the experience of the distinct cultures of the United States and Britain. The Skaggs Oxford Scholarships are open for competition to all students who meet the minimum requirements for entry to both TSRI and Oxford. Up to two students will be admitted to the program each year.
Student Conference on U.S. Affairs (SCUSA)
Internal Deadline: Contact OPA if you are interested in being considered for nomination
Institutional Endorsement/Nomination Required: Yes
The Student Conference on U.S. Affairs (SCUSA) is designed for undergraduates working in the disciplines of international relations, economics, political science, and related social science fields. The Conferences goals are: 1) To produce an informative examination and discussion of selected aspects of United States public policy. SCUSA has primarily been a conference on foreign relations. 2) To facilitate an increased appreciation for the complex nature of the policy-making process among a group of outstanding college students. 3) To broaden the student participants' contact with their contemporaries in an academic endeavor. The United States Military Academy sponsors SCUSA in the belief that it can foster the growth of mutual understanding among the potential civilian and military leaders of the country and thus make a significant contribution toward the future security of the United States.
Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research
Summer programs at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) provide an opportunity to work side-by-side with some of the leading scientists in the world, in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research. The NIH consists of the new 240-bed Mark O. Hatfield Clinical Research Center and more than 1200 laboratories located on the main campus in Bethesda, MD as well as in Baltimore and Frederick, MD; Research Triangle Park, NC; Phoenix, AZ; Hamilton, MT; and Detroit, MI. Participants are selected by scientific mentors from the Intramural program and are expected to spend between 8 to 12 weeks, full-time (during May through September) working on a research project that entails exposure to the latest biochemical, molecular, and analytical techniques in that field. Some of the scientific disciplines include bioinformatics, biophysics, cancer biology, clinical research, computer modeling, DNA repair, epidemiology, gene regulation, genetics, molecular toxicology, neuroscience, pharmacology, pulmonary biology, reproductive and developmental biology, risk assessment, signal transduction, and statistics. Successful applicants are selected by the individual laboratories and branches at the NIH on a rolling basis from November through May. Applications are reviewed and selections are made by scientists in the Institutes and Centers of the NIH. The research mentoring experience is supplemented by a series of seminars and workshops featuring some of the Institute’s leading researchers and staff. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents in good academic standing. Graduating seniors must be enrolled in an upcoming fall semester at the next higher level of education. Approximately 1000 students are selected NIH-wide including those returning from previous summers.
Summer ORISE Fellowship Opportunity at CDC
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH), Division of Laboratory Sciences (DLS), is seeking Summer ORISE Fellows to focus on public health issues related to the environment. The program is designed for chemistry and biology students to join projects associated with developing and applying new methods to characterize and quantitate biochemical markers that are relevant in environmental exposures and chronic diseases. The fellowship carries a stipend of approximately $2,700 per month for full-time undergraduate student fellows and $3,300 for full-time graduate student fellows.
Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups
The objective of the Summer Transportation Internship Program for Diverse Groups (STIPDG) is to provide college/university students with hands-on experience and on-the- job training, working on current transportation-related topics and issues. Participants work on specific transportation projects related to their career interests/majors, at a transportation office and/or transportation facility. All work is completed under the direct supervision of an assigned mentor. During this time frame student interns may also have an opportunity participate in and attend, where appropriate, high-level, decision-making meetings, national/regional conferences, workshops, seminars, and other activities specific to the assignment or major areas of study. The STIPDG is open to all qualified applicants but is designed to provide qualified women, persons with disabilities, and members of diverse groups with summer opportunities in transportation where these groups have been under represented. Priority will be given to those with GPA's of 3.0 or better (for the major or cumulatively) and all application packages will be reviewed, scored, and evaluated based on the merit and completeness of the required application materials. 60 to 100 students are selected to participate.
Teach for America
Teach For America's mission is to enlist the United States' most promising future leaders in the movement to eliminate educational inequality. This is accomplished by building a diverse, highly selective national corps of outstanding recent college graduates - of all academic majors and career interests - who commit two years to teach in urban and rural public schools in the nation's lowest-income communities. It is through the combined efforts of corps members and alumni, and by working alongside others in the communities that are served, that Teach For America hopes to achieve their vision: One day, all children in the U.S. will have the opportunity to attain an excellent education. Applicants must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents, have at least a 2.5 GPA, and have a bachelor’s degree before the start of the program. After successfully completing a term of service for Teach for America, the Americorps partnership will provide up to $4,725 per year to pay for graduate school or repayment of student loans.
The Bank of America Merrill Lynch MBA Diversity Fellowship Program
Merrill Lynch awards merit-based full-tuition fellowships with a paid summer internship opportunity to African American, Native American, Hispanic, and female students interested in financial services and entering graduate business school. Applicants should be interested in pursuing careers in Investment Banking, Global Markets (Sales & Trading), and Capital Markets. The opportunities for Merrill Lynch summer internships will be in New York City at the world headquarters in the World Financial Center. Applicants are judged based on quantitative and analytical abilities, oral and written communication skills, the ability to work independently while functioning as part of a team, and commitment to achieving excellence. To be eligible, applicants must be accepted to one of the following graduate schools of business and be nominated by the school's Office of Admissions to enter the MBA program: Chicago, Columbia, Darden, Harvard, Kellogg, Stern, or Wharton.
The Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration Stewardship Science Graduate Fellowship
The Department of Energy National Nuclear Security Administration Stewardship Science Graduate Fellowship (SSGF) Program provides outstanding benefits and opportunities to students pursuing a Ph.D. in areas of interest to stewardship science, such as high-energy density physics, nuclear science, or properties of materials under extreme conditions. Fellows also participate in research at a DOE laboratory.
The Elie Wiesel Prize in Ethics Essay Contest
Since 1989, The Elie Wiesel Foundation for Humanity has sponsored the Prize in Ethics Essay Contest. This annual competition is designed to challenge college students to analyze the urgent ethical issues confronting them in today's complex world. Students are encouraged to write thought-provoking personal essays that raise questions, single out issues, and are rational arguments for ethical action. Students must be full-time juniors or seniors the fall prior to the deadline.
Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship
The Pickering Graduate Fellowship aims to attract outstanding students who have an interest in pursuing a Foreign Service career in the U.S. Department of State. The program seeks to recruit talented students in academic programs relevant to international affairs, political and economic analysis, administration, management, and science policy. At time of application, candidates must be seeking admission to graduate school for the following academic year. Winners are expected to enroll in a two-year full-time master's degree program in international affairs or another area of relevance to the work of the Foreign Service (such as public policy, international affairs, public administration, or academic fields such as business, economics, political science, sociology or foreign languages). U.S. graduate institutions only.
Internal Deadline: Second Friday of January.
Institutional Endorsement/Nomination Required: Yes
Established in honor of our 33rd President, the Truman Scholarships are awarded to students who wish to attend graduate school in preparation for careers in public service. The Foundation defines public service as employment in: government at any level, uniformed services, public-interest organizations, non-governmental research and/or educational organizations, and public-service oriented nonprofit organizations such as those whose primary purposes are to help needy or disadvantaged persons or to protect the environment. A wide variety of fields of study can lead to careers in public service. Scholars are eligible to receive $30,000 for graduate work. Candidates must be juniors, rank in the top quarter of their class, and be endorsed by a campus committee. Up to 85 scholarships are awarded annually.
TUSA Global Ambassador Scholarship
TUSA wants to create closer friendships and understanding between the people of the United States and the people of Taiwan by offering a unique program to university undergraduate/graduate students who are interested in studying Mandarin (Chinese) language and learning about Taiwanese culture. The scholarship offers a study period during the summer from June 10th to August 7th, 2019 (eight weeks). Six credit units will be awarded by NCKU after successful completion of the program. Each U.S. student will be assigned a Taiwanese study partner to facilitate learning Chinese language and culture. Applicant must be a U.S. citizen, full-time student and have a GPA of 3.0 or above. No requirement of prior language experience.
UAS7 Study and Internship Program
UAS7 offers the possibility to experience the practice-oriented education at our seven member universities of applied sciences for U.S. and Candadian undergraduates, as well as students from our partner universities in Brazil. UAS7 offers two competitive scholarship programs in addition to the Study and Internship Program (SIP). The Study Program (SP) includes a semester on one of the UAS7 member campuses, and our Internship Program (IP) includes a 2-6 month research internship at a laboratory or research institute on one of the UAS7 campuses.
U.S. Department of State Student Internship Program
The U.S. Department of State Student Internship Program offers U.S. citizen undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to participate in 10-week, unpaid internships that provide intensive educational and professional experience within the environment of America's principle foreign affairs agency. The unpaid internships are available at many of the over 265 U.S. embassies, consulates and missions to international organizations around the world, as well as at the Department of State in Washington, D.C. and other locations throughout the U.S. Participants gain first-hand, hands-on experience, and learn the realities of working in - and with - Foreign and Civil Service professionals who are at the forefront of America's diplomatic efforts. As an unpaid intern, you may have the opportunity to: * Participate in meetings with senior level U.S. government or foreign government officials; * Draft, edit, or contribute to cables, reports, communications, talking points, or other materials used by policy makers in furthering U.S. foreign policy objectives; * Help organize and support events, including international and/or multi-lateral meetings and conferences on critical global issues; * Contribute to the management and administration of the Department of State and America's foreign policy; and * Engage directly with U.S. or foreign audiences to promote U.S. foreign policy and improve understanding of U.S. culture and society.
United Nations Internship Program
If you are thinking of entering the world of diplomacy and public policy, an internship at the United Nations could be the ideal start for you. The objective of the internship is to give you a first-hand impression of the day-to-day working environment of the United Nations. You will be given a real chance to work with our people. As part of our team, working directly with outstanding and inspiring career professionals and senior management, you will be exposed to high-profile conferences, participate in meetings, and contribute to analytical work as well as organizational policy of the United Nations. Initially you will take on the amount of responsibility you can shoulder; the potential for growth, however, is yours to develop.
Virtual Student Foreign Service Internship
The Virtual Student Foreign Service is part of a growing effort by the State Department to harness technology and a commitment to global service among young people to facilitate new forms of diplomatic engagement. Working from college and university campuses in the United States and throughout the world, eInterns (American students working virtually) are partnered with our U.S. diplomatic posts overseas and State Department, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) and the U.S. Commercial Service domestic offices to conduct digital diplomacy that reflects the realities of our networked world. VSFS eIntern duties and responsibilities will vary according to the location and needs of the VSFS projects identified at the sponsoring domestic or overseas diplomatic office. VSFS projects may be research based, contributing to reports on issues such as human rights, economics or the environment. They may also be more technology oriented, such as working on web pages, or helping produce electronic journals. Selected students are expected to work virtually on an average of 5-10 hours per week on VSFS eInternship projects. Students apply in the summer and if selected, begin the eInternship that fall lasting through spring. Most work and projects are internet-based and some have language requirements. Past projects asked students to: · Develop and implement a public relations campaign using social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, YouTube, etc. to communicate and reach out to youth · Conduct research on the economic situation, prepare graphic representations of economic data, and prepare informational material for the U.S. Embassy website · Create a system to gather and analyze media coverage on a set of topics including environment, health, and trade · Research IT-based interventions that have been successful in higher education, particularly in teacher training · Write and contribute biweekly articles to the U.S. Embassy's Facebook page on topics such as internet, computer science/technology, history, and literature · Develop a series of professional instructional video clips to be published by the U.S. Embassy · Survey social media efforts of U.S. diplomatic posts, NGOs, and private companies around the world to help establish best practices in a U.S. Embassy’s social media outreach business plan. Apply on usajobs.gov
Washington Internships for Students of Engineering
Each year, 8-10 outstanding engineering students are selected to spend nine weeks in a special summer program in Washington, D.C. to learn how government officials make decisions on complex technological issues and how engineers can contribute to legislative and regulatory public policy decisions. Throughout the internship, students interact with leaders in the Congress and the Administration, industry, and prominent non-governmental organizations. Meetings with congressional Committees, executive office departments, and corporate government affairs offices are daily activities. Applicants must be of junior or senior standing and display evidence of leadership skills with a keen interest in public policy.
White House Internship
The White House is accepting applicants for interns for the fall, spring, and summer semesters. The internship is unpaid. Interns can select a department within the White House to work for and will be responsible for an array of tasks. Applicants must be U.S. citizens and at least 18 years old on the day the internship is to start. Further, an applicant must meet one of the following qualifications to be considered: 1) Currently enrolled in a University (undergraduate or graduate) or a Community College, 2) Graduated from a University (Graduate or Undergraduate) or Community College no more than two years before the start of the internship, 3) A veteran of the American Armed forces who possesses a high school diploma or the equivalent and has served on active duty, for any length of time, in the last two years leading up to the first day of the internship.
White House Fellowship
The White House Fellows program is one of America's most prestigious programs for leadership and public service. White House Fellowships offer first-hand experience working at the highest levels of the federal government. Selected individuals typically spend a year working as a full-time, paid Fellow to senior White House Staff, Cabinet Secretaries and other top-ranking government officials. Fellows also participate in an education program consisting of roundtable discussions with renowned leaders from the private and public sectors, and trips to study U.S. policy in action both domestically and internationally. Fellowships are awarded on a strictly non-partisan basis. Applicants must be U.S. citizens.