What is a Fellowship? Traditionally, fellowships are paid positions given to Graduate Students and PhD candidates in their field of study. Increasingly, however, fellowships are being developed for recent college graduates with a 4 year degree. These opportunities are similar to full-time internship experiences for undergraduates. They are short term opportunities - usually lasting 6 months to 1 year. They focus on professional development and leadership within the field.
This page will have information on available fellowships as we learn of them. This is NOT an all inclusive list and should not replace your own research.
**Geneseo has a Fellowship & Scholarship advisor available. Contact Melanie Blood at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment.
Fulbright Program - US Department of State Sponsored
The George J. Mitchell Postgraduate Scholarship - one year of study in Ireland
The Greenlining Institute - advocacy for low income and minority communities
Dart Training Institute (Congregation based community organizing)
Green Corps (Field School for Environmental Organizing)
James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation - current or aspiring Secondary Social Studies teachers
Math for America- Secondary Ed Math
El Pomar Fellowship (Colorado)
AVODAH (Jewish Service Corps)
U.S.PIRG (US Public Interest Research Group)
Mountbatten Internships (London)