SUMMER 2021 Southern Education Leadership Initiative

The Southern Education Leadership Initative is an eight-week, paid, summer fellowship for emerging leaders interested in in advancing racial equity and improving education across the pre-K through college continuum. Through the summer fellowship, students receive invaluable training and work experience at an assigned school district, education agency, higher education institution, or nonprofit organization in the southern region of the United States. During this experiential learning opportunity, they explore strategies for improving education, addressing community needs, and putting theory into practice. Students are assigned summer placements that pair well with their…

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The Women of Color Advancing Peace and Security Pipeline Fellowship

*Approaching Deadline* Women of Color Advancing Peace, Security and Conflict Transformation (WCAPS) is dedicated to advancing the leadership and professional development of women of color in the fields of international peace, security, & conflict transformation. They believe that issues such as these required a diverse set of perspectives, so they have created a platform so that women of color can have a strong voice and supportive network when engaing in policy discussions on an international scale.  The WCAPS Pipeline Fellowship Program provides an opportunity for junior high school, high school…

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Breakthrough Atlanta Teaching Fellowship

Breakthrough Atlanta’s mission is to increase academic opportunity for underserved students and to inspire and devleop the next generation of teachers and educational leaders.  The Breakthrough Teaching Fellowship is designed for undergraduates of all majors and for those who intend to pursue a career in education. Education coursework is not a prerequisite. They are seeking applicants from diverse backgrounds and life experiences to join them in a nine-week residency in which they will recieve over 100 hours of teaching and leadership training and over 75 hours of classroom experience. Teaching…

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FALL 2021 Federal Jackets Fellowship

The Federal Jackets Fellowship provides students with the opportunity to work fulltime with a member of Congress, Congressional Comittee, or an executive brainch office in Washington, DC.  The fall semester program lasts 16 weeks. Students will secure their own internship based on their studies and interests with assistance avaible from the Center for Career Discovery and Development, and the Office of Institute Relations.  The opportunity incudes a stipend of $7,500 to off-set expenses. The program is open to undergraduate and graduate students of all majors. International students are welcome to…

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Project Horseshoe Farm Community Health Fellowship

Project Horseshoe Farm is a non-profit organization who’s mission is to work with and build local communities to improve the heath and quality of life for vulnerable members of various communities and prepare citizen service leaders for tomorrow’s communities. They are offering an educational grant for a supported gap year (13 months) for graduating students, or recent graduates who are interested in learning about community health leadership, and participating in innnovative approches to improving local health and education systems. The deadline to apply is February 21, 2021 at 11:59pm The…

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SUMMER 2021 Data Science for Social Good Summer Projects

Data Science for Social Good is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to giving aspiring data scientist the opportunity to expand and develop their skill set through intensive training programs and by providing the opportunity to work with global non-profit organizations and government bodies. Fellows will work in small supervised teams to practice data mining, machine learning and create data science projects that will improve their services, interventions, and outreach. These summer projects allow for fellows to improve not only their skills and depth of knowledge, but to also make a real…

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INFORMATION SESSION: UK Scholarships & Fellowships

The Rhodes Scholarship The Rhodes Scholarship provides 100 awards world-wide to candidates seeking a graduate degree at the University of Oxford. Beyond funding the entirety of the candidate’s study, the Rhodes Scholarship program also includes a first and second year retreats, workshops, conferences, and discussion events hosted at Rhodes House. It would also provide the candidate with a life-long professional network of alumni. The Rhodes Scholarship is looking for young people with strong intellect, leadership abilities and character. The scholarship covers: Oxford University fees A stipend to cover living expenses…

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SUMMER 2021 Humanity In Action Fellowship

Humanity In Action provides fellowship opportunities to allow for individuals to examine how communities co-exist in order to form societies.  Each program investigates human rights, democracy, and structural injustice through local site-visits, and practice-oriented workshops. The program begins with a three week intensive case study. After completing the study portion of the fellowship, fellows will have the remaining eleven months to work on their Action Project: an independent venture focused on promoting democratic values in their own communities. Past Action projects have been documentaries, arts festivals, and new organizations that…

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SUMMER 2021 Rangel Summer Enrichment Program

The Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program provides an opportunity for students to deepen their understandings of current issues and trends in international affairs. Rangel scholars will live on campus at Howards University and throughout this six-week program they will attends classes, and gain experience through a variety of programs with foreign affairs professionals both at Howard and around the DC area. The program will also aid students in exploring post-graduate opportunities such as: graduate school, fellowship programs, scholarship programs, and internships. The program covers the cost of…

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INFORMATION SESSION: Knight-Hennesey Scholarship

The Knight-Hennessey Scholarship provides full funding for any graduate or professional degree from Stanford University. Knight-Hennessey scholars will be given the opportunity to develop a depth and range of subject expertise to prepare them to address complex global challenges, such as: the environment, healthcare, education, inequality and social justice.  The Knight-Hennessey program is looking to create a unique and supportive community of people from all backgrounds. For more information and to apply, click here. Upcoming Information Session In-Person Information Session | Thursday February 4, 2021 11:00am-12:00pm Press Rooms A&B, Bill…

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