The Hansen Leadership Institute is a three week program that strives to develop leaders and create a strong community of alum that can support each other’s projects of peace and community building.
Osprey Wilds is a private, non-profit environmental learning center. The Environmental Education Fellowship provides students the opportunity to teach ecology, wildlife, adventure, and cultural classes to small groups of all ages, lead summer camps, and learn how to provide the basic husbandry for their animal ambassadors.
The North American Language and Culture Assistants Program (NALCAP) is an opportunity for students and graduates to partner with primary and secondary schools in Spain as language assistants (TAs).
Language and Culture Assistants in Spain is an opportunity to work with teachers in Spain and assist their students in deepening their listening and conversational skills.
The Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship includes enrollment in a master’s degree program, preparation for teacher certification in STEM, placement in a high-need high school in Indiana, Georgia, Michigan, Ohio or New Jersey. STEM majors are eligible.
The Soros Fellowship for New Americans provides two years of support (up to $90,000) for any graduate or advanced degree program for “New Americans” (naturalized citizens, permanent residents, DACA recipients, child of naturalized citizens, foreign born adoptee of American citizens).
The Schwarzman Scholars Program is a one year Master’s Degree in public policy, economics and business or international studies at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China.
The Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Fellowship provides up to $42,000 for students entering a two-year graduate program in areas relevant to the work of the Foreign Service.
The Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship is for students planning careers in the US Foreign Service. Two years of support, State Department summer internships and professional development and mentoring.
The Payne International Development Fellowship provides up to $90,000 support and professional development opportunities for graduate students planning careers in the Foreign Service.