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Topic: Professional Development

Future Trade Leaders Fellowship

The CT Strategies Future Trade Leaders Fellowship supports the education and professional development of the next generation of women in international trade. Fellows receive funding for undergraduate studies, mentorship opportunities, and a paid summer internship at CT Strategies. Applicants must identify as female, be a rising junior or senior currently enrolled at an accredited university… View Article Read more

Transatlantic Mobility Program

The Transatlantic Mobility Program aims at increasing Franco-American student mobility by supporting American and French Higher Education Institutions in developing study-abroad opportunities. Eligible institutions can receive a grant of up to $20,000 to expand and diversify study-abroad programs on both sides of the Atlantic. Proposals will be evaluated on how projects can effectively and concretely… View Article Read more

Japan-U.S. Global Partnerships Small Grants

Two categories are eligible for consideration: projects that create/develop network(s) between Japan and US organizations on the grassroots level or collaborative projects that contribute to resolving an issue of common global concern and support individuals who organize and participate in these projects (ex: conference, workshop, etc). Maximum of $10,000. Deadline: Rolling (A concept paper must… View Article Read more

APPAM Equity & Inclusion Fellowship Program for Undergraduates

The Association for Public Policy Analysis & Management seeks to introduce the field of public policy to undergraduates who might not otherwise be familiar with it. Applicants must be undergraduates enrolled at an institution of higher education. They must be individuals whose background or life circumstances indicate they have overcome substantial obstacles (e.g., disabled individuals,… View Article Read more

MEXT Scholarships for Study in Japan

The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) of Japan offers scholarships to non-Japanese students who wish to study at Japanese universities as undergraduate students under the MEXT Scholarship Program. Applicants must have the nationality of any country that has diplomatic relations with Japan, be 18 years of age or older, be willing… View Article Read more

beGirl.world Study Abroad Scholarships

Two scholarships will be awarded in the amount of $2,000 (each) to black female-identifying college students who have been accepted to a study abroad program. One scholarship is for a black female identifying college student from the Philadelphia area who is enrolled at an accredited Metro-Philadelphia college/university. The other is for one black female identifying… View Article Read more

John Lewis Young Leaders (JLYL) Fellowship

Applicants should be self-starters, human rights defenders, impact-minded, and not afraid to go against the grain. Most importantly, JLYL seeks students who come from backgrounds most often targeted by systemic issues that have not afforded them the opportunities and resources needed to become human rights advocates. Applicants must be undergraduates enrolled in a 2 or… View Article Read more

Rachel Carson Council Fellowship Program

The RCC Fellowship Program is designed to identify students with a passion for environmental education, organizing, and advocacy and provide them with training, mentorship from RCC environmental staff, and financial support to do the valuable work they care about and become life-long advocates for the environment. Fellows also have the opportunity to publish and speak… View Article Read more

Summer Liu Xiaobo Fellowships

Fellows are paid $18/hour. Fellows must be US citizens. Fellows should have completed at least some China-related coursework. It is also desirable that they have some background in human rights and/or rule of law issues within the CECC legislative mandate. Fellows should be able to read Chinese well enough to assist with research in newspapers,… View Article Read more

Study Abroad Scholarships

FEA invests in US undergraduates who are least likely to study abroad. They consider financial need, demographic factors, and academic plan and preparedness to decide scholarship recipients. Demographic factors that are considered include minority background, first-generation college student status, and community college experience. Candidates must be: US citizens or permanent residents, currently enrolled as an… View Article Read more