What is a Fellowship? Traditionally, fellowships are paid positions given to Graduate Students and PhD candidates in their field of study. Increasingly, however, fellowships are being developed for recent college graduates with a 4 year degree. These opportunities are similar to full-time internship experiences for undergraduates. They are short term opportunities - usually lasting 6 months to 1 year. They focus on professional development and leadership within the field.
Contact Melanie Blood, SUNY Geneseo Fellowship & Scholarship Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org with your questions or to arrange an appointment.
This is NOT an all inclusive list and should not replace your own research.
Fulbright Program - US Department of State Sponsored
The George J. Mitchell Postgraduate Scholarship - one year of study in Ireland
The Greenlining Institute - advocacy for low income and minority communities
Dart Training Institute (Congregation based community organizing)
Green Corps (Field School for Environmental Organizing)
James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation - current or aspiring Secondary Social Studies teachers
Math for America- Secondary Ed Math
El Pomar Fellowship (Colorado)
AVODAH (Jewish Service Corps)
U.S.PIRG (US Public Interest Research Group)
Mountbatten Internships (London)