Fellowships for recent college graduates

Fellowships for recent college graduates

Public service fellowships for recent graduates

A gap year is a period of time after graduation where students take a break from school to work or volunteer before returning to graduate or vocational school or beginning a longer-term career. Students can learn about different career opportunities and gain experience by participating in these short-term experiences. In certain situations, these encounters can transform into long-term relationships.
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Research opportunities for recent graduates

This nine-month fellowship program provides 20 US professionals with a comprehensive understanding of Germany’s political, economic, and cultural environments. Bosch Fellows are selected through a competitive process from the fields of business administration, economics, law, public affairs/public policy, journalism/mass communications, and public affairs/public policy. Applicants must be US people between the ages of 23 and 34, have at least two years of relevant job experience, and have a graduate degree. Candidates without a graduate degree are encouraged to apply if they have significant work experience in one of the fields of application. At the time of application, no knowledge of German is needed.
The Assembly, Executive, Judicial Administration, and Senate Fellowship Programs (Assembly, Executive, Judicial Administration, and Senate Fellowship Programs) are nationally recognized public policy fellowships that provide college graduates with unique policy-making and growth opportunities with California state government. Fellows earn a $1,972 monthly stipend, as well as comprehensive medical, vision, and dental coverage. Fellows are usually recent college graduates, mid-career, or re-entry professionals with a keen interest in public policy and government, excellent written and verbal communication skills, well-developed analytical and organizational abilities, and a strong academic background.

Environmental fellowships for recent graduates

Fellowships are excellent ways to gain on-the-job experience and establish valuable connections with professionals in the media industry. Many prestigious media organizations and foundations offer paid fellowships for students from all walks of life. Take a look at some of the life-changing fellowships that are currently open. The Department of Journalism and Public Relations strongly encourages you to apply for fellowships that pique your interest and could help you start your dream career.
We hope that not only the participants and The New York Times, but also other newsrooms, will benefit from this new immersive curriculum. We anticipate that the majority of our fellows will move on to other publications.
We hope that by including speakers, reviews, and training programs, the fellowship can better serve aspiring journalists. Many of the same applicants would be targeted for the fellowship as for the internship: trained recent college graduates and postgraduates. Our summer internship program in business departments will not be affected by these changes.

Biology fellowships for recent graduates

Scholarships from the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences Foundation

Journalism fellowships for recent graduates

Sunday, May 31, 2020 is the deadline.

Public health fellowships for recent graduates

Several scholarships are available for students interested in pursuing a career in digital entertainment or game production.
Grants for African Studies Research (SITG)
Friday, February 5, 2021 (11:59 p.m.) is the deadline for applications.
Students in their third year who will spend at least eight weeks performing research in Africa will be eligible for up to four $5,000 grants.
Scholarships for Alumni and Friends of the London School of Economics (AFLSE) in the United States
The deadline is still open.
End of March 2020
At least one student will be supported for a year of graduate study at the London School of Economics.
International Fellowships – American Association for University Women
Monday, November 15, 2021 is the deadline.
Funds full-time study or dissertation for foreign students pursuing an MA or PhD at US institutions.
Undergraduate Research Diversity Fellowships in Law and Social Science from the American Bar Foundation
Monday, February 1, 2021 is the deadline.
Summer research fellowship for students interested in pursuing graduate degrees in the social sciences from a variety of backgrounds.