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Scholarship and Fellowship Information

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Additional Scholarship Resources

Scholarship Support For Short Eligibility Description
AAUW Educational Foundation from Focus Professions Group Fellowships masters / first professional (graduate) degree completion in business administration, law, or medicine Women from minority groups who are US citizens, entering one-year graduate programs in year after application,
AAUW Educational Foundation from Science and Technology Group Fellowships masters / first professional (graduate) degree completion in science and technology Women from minority groups who are US citizens, entering one-year graduate programs in year after application
Bridging Scholarships for Study in Japan study abroad in Japan U.S. citizens or residents, planning to study in Japan. 
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace from Junior Fellows Program research assistantships at Carnegie Center Graduating seniors or recently graduated, must be eligible for employment
Citizens Schools from Teaching Fellowships two-year teaching fellowship, an intensive professional development program working with urban middle-school children in Boston College graduates or recent alumni, launching careers as teachers, educational leaders, two-year commitment
Compton Foundation Mentor Fellowship graduating seniors to promote creativity and support their commitment to engage in projects that focus on the environment or environmental concerns with peace and conflict resolution. Traditional age graduating senior with an interest in environmental issues, conflict resolution, and peace
Freedom Forum $3,000 scholarship for current juniors to assist them in their senior year; program designed to foster freedoms of speech and press while promoting quality sports journalism Current juniors with career goals in sports journalism, majors in journalism or experience in campus sports journalism
Ford Foundation from Dissertation Fellowships for Minorities completing a Ph.D. or a Sc.D. dissertation in a variety of disciplines Minority group members, US citizens, enrolled or planning to enroll in a graduate program, aspiring to teach in college
Ford Foundation from Post-Doc Fellowships for Minorities one year of post-doctoral research Minority group members, US citizens, doctoral degree earned within last 6 years, aspiring to teach in college
Ford Foundation from Pre-Doc Dissertation Fellowships for Minorities engaging in graduate studies leading to a Ph.D. or a Sc.D. in a variety of disciplines Minority group members, US citizens, enrolling in a graduate program, aspiring to teach in college
Fulbright Foundation from Grants, Travel Grants, Teaching Opportunities recent graduates, Master's and Doctoral candidates to teach, study, and engage in research abroad and domestically US citizens, recent graduates, Master's or Doctoral candidates, requirement vary by program
Gates Cambridge Scholarships Covers full cost of studying in Cambridge University.  Scholarships may be held for one to three years. Bachelor's degree; excellent GPA and GRE scores; must be admitted to Cambridge through the normal admissions procedure.
Gates Millennium Scholarship from Millennial Scholars Program undergraduate studies for degree-seeking entering freshmen in any discipline Minority group members, US citizens or residents, 3.3/4.0 GPA, financial nee, demonstrated leadership abilities
Goldwater Scholarship from Excellence in Education Program undergraduate studies (3rd, 4th year) in Mathematics, Natural Sciences, or Engineering US citizens or residents, 2nd or 3rd year college standing now, 3.0/4.0 GPA, upper 25% of class ranking
Heinz School of Public Policy and Management from Carnegie Mellon University Heinz Fellowships graduate studies (Masters and Doctoral Programs) at Heinz School of Public Policy and Management, CMU Bachelor's degree, social science background, academic achievements, pursuing a career in public interest
The Hertz Foundation for Graduate Fellowships graduate studies in applied physical sciences at a number of approved institutions Exceptional creativity and research potential, US citizens or residents, willingness to commit skills in case of a national emergency.
Howard Hughes Medical Institute for Predoctoral Fellowships in Biological Sciences graduate studies toward a Ph.D. or Sc.D. in the biological sciences Must be at or near beginning of graduate studies
Jacob K. Javits Fellowship Program graduate studies leading to a Ph.D./M.F.A. degree in Social Sciences, Arts, or Humanities Individuals entering graduate program or completing first year, US citizens or residents, demonstrated financial need
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation graduate or professional degree studies Current college seniors planning to enroll in a graduate or professional program; GPA of 3.0 or above
Madison Memorial Fellowship Program from Junior Fellowship master's degree studies for future/current secondary school teachers US citizens or nationals, being/planning to become a social studies teacher, bachelor's degree, demonstrated interest in Constitution
Marshall Scholarship up to 2 years of studies in the United Kingdom leading to a graduate/second undergraduate degree in any discipline US citizen or national, within two years of undergraduate matriculation, GPA of 3.7 for post-freshmen years, not a holding / studying for a UK degree currently
Mitchell Foundation from George J. Mitchell Scholarships one academic year of graduate study / research at universities in Ireland and Northern Ireland in a number of areas US citizens, aged between 18 and 30, nominated by their undergraduate institution, graduating from college
National Endowment for the Humanities from Fellowships pursuing a project in humanities College / university teachers, independent scholars, US citizens or residents
National Endowment for the Humanities from Summer Stipends pursuing a project in humanities College / university teachers, independent scholars, US citizens or residents, institutional nomination
The National Security Education Program from David L. Boren Graduate Fellowships graduate study of languages and cultures, diverse range of other fields of study US citizens, enrolled in or applying to a graduate degree program in an accredited US college or university located within the US; agree to work for a US agency or higher education institution in the future
The National Security Education Program from David L. Boren Undergraduate Scholarship unique opportunity for US undergraduates to study abroad; awards scholarships for study of world regions critical to US interests US citizen, matriculated as a freshman/sophomore/junior/senior in a regionally accredited US college, applying to engage in study abroad experience, will seek employment with a federal agency involved in national security affairs
New York City Urban Fellows Program recent graduates interested in career in local government and public service. Must be a recent (within past two years) college graduate at start of program; must participate in program on a full-time basis for one academic year; stipend of $25,000.
The Herbert Scolville Jr. from Peace Fellowship 6-9 months' fellowship experience in a number of organizations in Washington DC College juniors and seniors, graduate students, with excellent academic accomplishments and interest in issues of peace and security
The Paul and Daisy Soros from Fellowships for New Americans graduate studies in a program chosen by a fellow Must be a "new American", be a senior / possess a bachelor's degree / be in starting stages of a graduate program, be not over 30 years of age, show exceptional promise
The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation students who plan to pursue careers in government or elsewhere in public service, and wish to attend graduate or professional school to help prepare for their careers. College junior committed to career in public service; in upper quarter of class; US citizen.
The Morris K. Udall Foundation Undergraduate Scholarships undergraduate studies in environment, healthcare, or tribal public policy College juniors or seniors with environment-related majors, or Native American or Alaska Native sophomores or juniors studying healthcare/tribal public policy
White House Fellows White House Fellowships offer exceptional young men and women first-hand experience working at the highest levels of the federal government. Must be U.S. Citizen; Applicants should be finished with their undergraduate education and working in their chosen professions.

If you have questions about scholarship or fellowship opportunities, please contact Kevin McKenna, Associate Dean of the College and Director of Academic Advising.

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Last Updated on August 10, 2011