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FAPAC Scholarship

The FAPAC Distinguished Public Service Scholarship Endowment Fund, Inc. is a non-profit organization that promotes the recognition of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander (AANHPI) students. Since 2013, FAPAC has awarded scholarships to AANHPI students who exhibit academic excellence, demonstrate an interest in public service to become a future federal employee and demonstrate a… View Article Read more

OMNI Social Science Research Fellowship

The OMNI fellowship program is designed for recent undergraduates with a BA or BS degree, some exposure to social science research, and a career interest in social impact. This fellowship is a two-year program, beginning on June 3, 2024 and ending on June 27, 2026. Research Fellows are full-time employees who will receive an annual… View Article Read more

Fern Holland International Affairs Fellowship Program

Congressman Seth Moulton seeks exceptional students interested in foreign policy and national security to participate in the Fern Holland International Affairs Fellowship Program. The fellowship seeks to increase diverse perspectives while providing guidance in a field that is often underrepresented by women, minorities, and those from varying socioeconomic backgrounds. Fellowship covers the cost of housing,… View Article Read more

Microsoft Cybersecurity Scholarship Program

Microsoft and the Last Mile Education Fund support community college degree and industry certificate completion through emergency financial assistance (up to $500) and subsidies for cybersecurity certification exam costs (up to $375). The Microsoft Cybersecurity Scholarship Program is open to candidates who are residents of the United States who demonstrate financial need by providing Pell… View Article Read more

Olga May Wong Memorial Public Service Scholarship

The Olga May Wong Memorial Public Service Scholarship Fund supports Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander college students with an unpaid internship at a government office in the US (federally or locally) with a $2,000 scholarship. Applications due in June. Read more

US House of Representatives Resume Bank

For students who want to work or intern with Members of the US House of Representatives, the House Resume Bank provides job seekers with a way to submit their resumes for jobs in House offices in DC and across the nation’s congressional districts. They call it a “transparent process to build, track, and refresh a… View Article Read more

State Department Consular Fellows Program

The Consular Fellows Program enables US citizens to use their language proficiency in Mandarin, Spanish, Arabic, or Portuguese working in US embassies and consulates abroad. It is a limited time, non-career appointment of up to five years which directly supports the US State Department Bureau of Consular Affairs’ mission to provide overseas consular services that… View Article Read more

JET Sports Exchange Advisers

SEAs live and work in placements across Japan, engaging with Japanese youth to promote cultural exchange through their sport. Japanese language skill is NOT required. US Citizens for this link, but other countries can participate through their national JET office. Read more

Max Kampelman Fellowship

The Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe seeks candidates for its Max Kampelman Fellowship. The program is open to undergraduates and recent undergraduates with previous internship experience. Fellows work in political and military affairs, economic and environmental affairs, or on respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. Fellows are paid $25/hour and offered ongoing enrichment, professional… View Article Read more