Are you dedicated to making an impact? Are you passionate about public service, social justice, or nonprofit work?
These fellowship programs have early-in-the-year deadlines and might be right for you. If you’re interested please reach out to Professor Claire Kervin at email@example.com.
- The Scoville Peace Fellowship provides recent college graduates with funding and opportunity to work with one of two dozen participating institutions in Washington D.C. Annual deadline is early January.
- The Phi Beta Kappa Key Into Public Service Award connects promising liberal arts students with public service opportunities. Annual deadline is mid-late January.
- Greenlining Summer Associate Program is a 10-week program for emerging social justice leaders. Associates learn about issues impacting California and the nation and manage research and advocacy projects under the direction of a Greenlining staff member. Annual deadline is late January.
- UK Fulbright Summer Institutes are 3-to-4-week programs for students with no or little travel experience outside N. America. Explore the culture, heritage and history of the UK while experiencing higher education at a UK university! Options include “Arts, Activism, and Social Justice” at Bristol, “Climate Change and the Environment” at Exeter, and more. Annual deadline is early February.
- FAO Schwarz Fellowships offer paid positions at leading nonprofit organizations. The Fellowships are designed to jumpstart your career as a leader of social change. Annual deadline is early-mid February.
- Greenlining Institute Fellowship is an 11-month program offering hands-on policy advocacy experience and professional development to emerging leaders who are committed to equity and justice for communities of color. Annual deadline is early-mid February.
- Humanity in Action Fellowships involve immersive study and community-based action projects exploring issues of social justice, human rights, politics of memory and remembrance culture, and civic engagement. Annual deadline is early-mid February.