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Listed below, you will find four types of experiences:

  • Educational Enrichment Experiences – here you will find descriptions and links to funded undergraduate research experiences such as the National Science Foundation-Research Experiences for Undergraduates and Amgen Scholars, as well as opportunities in other fields, such a psychology and international relations
  • Undergraduate Scholarships – here you will find descriptions and links to a range of scholarship opportunities that support undergraduates; for example, the Gilman for Study Abroad, the Udall for the Environment, the Goldwater for STEM, the Truman for Public Service, and others.
  • Post-Graduate Scholarships – here you will find descriptions and links to a range of opportunities intended to support post-graduate study or other experiences; for example, the Fulbright, Marshall, DAAD – which support a wide range of interests; NSF-GRFP for STEM students; the Pickering, Rangel, and Payne international affairs and the foreign service; and other opportunities as well.
  • Service and Teaching Fellowships – here you will find descriptions and links to opportunities for a year or longer service or teaching experience, exciting but demanding learning opportunities that can be the transition to further study, the launch of your career, or the experience that transforms your life.

A list of opportunities by field can be found here.

Typically, applications for these opportunities requires two to three (or more) months of preparation – completing the application, drafting and revising statements, arranging for letters of recommendation.  Some require a preliminary and a formal interview; others require Institutional Endorsement.  Use the month indicated for the deadline to plan ahead.  You can arrange a conference about opportunities and options by contacting Duane Smith at dusmith@ncf.edu or through Handshake.

Educational Enrichment Experiences

The Amgen Scholars Program aims to open the door to research opportunities at 24 host institutions for undergraduates from any four-year college or university in a given region. Undergraduate participants benefit from undertaking a research project under top faculty, being part of a cohort-based experience of seminars and networking events, and taking part in a symposium in their respective region where they meet their peers, learn about biotechnology, and hear from leading scientists.
Deadline: February

The American Research Institute in Turkey offers fellowships for advanced students for participation in the summer program in intensive advanced Turkish language at Boğaziçi University in Istanbul. This intensive program offers the equivalent of one full academic year of study in Turkish at the college level. The fellowships cover round-trip airfare to Istanbul, application and tuition fees, and a maintenance stipend. Applicants must be a citizen, national, or permanent resident of the United States, be currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate level academic program, and have a high-intermediate level of proficiency.
Deadline: February

Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) institutes provide fully-funded group-based intensive language instruction and structured cultural enrichment experiences for 7-10 weeks for U.S. citizen undergraduate, Master’s and Ph.D. students. Countries may include: Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Japan, Jordan, Morocco, Oman, Russia, South Korea, Tajikistan, Tunisia, Turkey, or others where the target languages are spoken. Apply in November for a fellowship the following summer. Deadline: November

DAAD German Studies Research Grant – This specialized DAAD program offers up to ten German Studies Research Grants to highly qualified undergraduate and graduate students who are nominated by their department/program chairs. The grant may be used for short-term research (1-2 months) in either Germany or North America. The program is designed to encourage research and promote the study of cultural, political, historical, economic and social aspects of modern and contemporary German affairs from an inter- and multidisciplinary perspective.
Deadline: November

DAAD-RISE (Research Internships in Science and Engineering – All RISE programs are directed at students in the fields of biology, chemistry, engineering, earth sciences, and physics. RISE programs are based on the idea of offering highly motivated students internships and funding for summer research opportunities in Germany. Different RISE program options are available depending on your academic status and your nationality. The RISE Program is for undergraduates enrolled at Canadian, U.S. and U.K. universities. The RISE professional program is for graduate and Ph.D. students, RISE program graduates, and former DAAD scholars from the U.S. or Canada. German students can apply for RISE worldwide. Deadline: January

The Eben Tisdale Fellowship offers outstanding opportunities for students to learn about high-tech public policy issues with hands-on experience in Washington, D.C.  The Fellowship provides a full scholarship of $8,695 to attend the Business + Government Relations program as well as a $1,000 stipend. Through the Business + Government Relations D.C. Summer Program, Tisdale Fellows will be placed with a high-tech company, firm or trade association, take two classes worth six credits from George Mason University, and live in furnished apartments on George Washington University’s downtown campus. Fellows will also attend weekly issues seminar lunches hosted by Tisdale sponsors, as well as briefings at institutions such as the U.S. Capitol, Department of State, World Bank and Federal Reserve.
Deadline: April – see website for details.

The Florida Gubernatorial Fellows Program is a non-partisan program that immerses students from public and private universities in key areas of state government. During their nine-month tenure in Tallahassee, Fellows receive advanced on-the-job training as well as an invaluable front-line view of the inner workings of government. This program is open to full-time undergraduate (juniors and seniors) and graduate students in Florida State. In order to maintain full-time status, students take courses at Florida State University, online courses, or fulfill internship and directed independent study requirements.
Deadline: March

The Fulbright UK Summer Institutes are three or four week programmes for US undergraduate students. Participants can explore the culture, heritage and history of the UK while experiencing higher education at a UK university.  Open to first- and second-year students with little or no previous international travel will get the opportunity to experience an exciting academic program at a highly regarded U.K. university and explore the culture, heritage and history of the United Kingdom. The fellowship covers round-trip airfare, tuition and fees at the host university/institution, accommodation and meals and in some cases a small daily allowance. Deadline: February

GeoCorps™ America is a program of the Geological Society of America, operated in partnership with government agencies and other organizations committed to science and stewardship. Current partners include the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service.  This program offers paid short-term geoscience opportunities in some of the most beautiful natural areas in the world. GeoCorps project topics include geology, hydrology, paleontology, mapping and GIS, minerals, soils, glaciology, geo-hazards, karst, education, and interpretation.
Deadline:  See website for details.

The Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship (MLEF) Program provides students with educational opportunities to gain real-world, hands-on research experience with the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Fossil Energy. The MLEF program was created in 1995 with the goal of improving opportunities for under-represented and minority students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields. All eligible candidates are encouraged to apply.  The mission of the MLEF program is to strengthen a diverse pipeline of future STEM professionals, and this program has mentored several hundred of the best and brightest students from across the nation for future careers in STEM.  As a MLEF participant, you will train under the mentorship of scientists and engineers while working on mission-focused research projects. During the 10-week appointment, you will receive a weekly stipend, and may be eligible for housing and travel allowances. You will also gain insight into how the Department of Energy is working to meet the energy challenges of the future.
Deadline: January – see website for details.

The National Science Foundation-Research Experiences for Undergraduates (NSF-REU) program supports active research participation by undergraduate students in any of the areas of research funded by the NSF. An REU Site consists of a group of ten or so undergraduates who work in the research programs of the host institution. Each student is associated with a specific research project, where he/she works closely with the faculty and other researchers. Students are granted stipends and, in many cases, assistance with housing and travel. Students must contact the individual REU sites for information and application materials.
Deadlines:  Check specific program listing for details.

The PPIA Junior Summer Institute (JSI) Fellowship Program is a rigorous academic graduate level preparation program for undergraduate juniors committed to public service careers. The program was started to address the lack of diversity across the spectrum of professional public service, including government, nonprofits, public policy institutions, and international organizations. The purpose of the JSI Fellowship is to prepare students to obtain a Master’s or joint degree, in public policy, public administration, international affairs, or a related field. Fellowship includes full tuition to attend PPIA Junior Summer Institute, plus a minimum $1,000 stipend. Minimum of $5,000 toward graduate school tuition.
Deadline: November

The Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program is a six-week summer program designed to provide undergraduate students with a deeper appreciation of current issues and trends in international affairs, a greater understanding of career opportunities in international affairs, and the enhanced knowledge and skills to pursue such careers.  This program encourages the application of members of minority groups historically underrepresented in the Foreign Service, women, and those with financial need. Students live at Howard University, attend classes, and participate in a variety of programs with foreign affairs professionals at Howard and at diverse locations around Washington, DC. The Program has two major components. First, in order to enhance participants’ academic preparation to work in international affairs, the Program provides two courses and a seminar that focuses on enhancing knowledge and skills related to U.S. foreign policy, economics and writing. Participants gain insight into the foreign policy-making process and international affairs careers by interacting with  government and non-government professionals who work on global issues and visit various institutions involved in international affairs. The Program also helps students explore graduate school, scholarship, fellowship, internship, and professional options in international affairs. The Program covers the costs for tuition, travel, housing, and two meals per day. It also provides a stipend of $3,200.
Deadline: February

The Summer Public Health Scholars Program (SPHSP) is designed for undergraduate students and its goal is to increase interest in and knowledge of public health and biomedical science careers. SPHSP is a partnership of the Columbia University Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons, College of Dental Medicine, School of Nursing, and the Mailman School of Public Health. Together, they represent the broad spectrum of public health practice. SPHSP was awarded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Office of Minority Health, and Health Equity (OMHHE), under the CDC Undergraduate Public Health Scholars Program (CUPS).  The program is designed for undergraduates entering their junior or senior year and recent baccalaureate degree students who are undecided about their career goals. This is a rigorous program which includes Public Health coursework at Columbia University; hands-on field experience and immersion in a diverse, economically disadvantaged urban environment; seminars and lectures with public health leaders; and mentoring by faculty members, ensuring students’ exposure to the breadth and importance of public health as a career option.
Deadline:  See website for details.

The Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP) is a gateway to graduate education at Big Ten Academic Alliance universities. The goal of the program is to increase the number of underrepresented students who pursue graduate study and research careers. SROP helps prepare undergraduates for graduate study through intensive research experiences with faculty mentors and enrichment activities.
Deadline:  See website for details.

The Tikvah Fund is offering an intensive six-week seminar for college students living in America, Canada, or elsewhere in the Diaspora. Led by preeminent professors, rabbis, educators, and intellectual and political leaders, “The Jewish Idea: Morality, Politics, and Culture” will explore some of the most foundational Jewish teachings, including biblical and rabbinic texts, the lessons of Jewish history, the insights of modern Jewish thought, and the conversation between Jewish and Western ideas.Seminars will take place at the Tikvah Center in the heart of New York City’s Midtown East district. Participants will receive a generous stipend of $4,000.
Deadline: February

Undergraduate Scholarships

Boren Scholarship – Boren Award recipients study a wide range of critical languages, including Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese, and Swahili. Boren Awards are available to students of all proficiency levels who are committed to enhancing their skills. Boren Scholars from diverse fields of study immerse themselves in the cultures in world regions underrepresented in study abroad, including Africa, Asia, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East. Boren Awards alumni are committed to public service, working in positions critical to U.S. national security throughout the Federal Government, including the Departments of State, Defense, and Homeland Security, and USAID.
Deadline: February.

DAAD Undergraduate Scholarships –  From a three-week summer course to internships, DAAD offers a variety of scholarships for undergraduates to study and research in Germany.
Deadline: January

The Freeman-ASIA program* is designed to support U.S.-based undergraduates with demonstrated financial need who are planning to study abroad in East or Southeast Asia. The program’s goal is to increase the number of U.S. citizens and permanent residents with first-hand exposure to and understanding of Asia and its peoples and cultures.
Deadline: April
* Requires Institutional Review or Endorsement

The Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship* aims to diversify the kinds of students who study and intern abroad and the countries and regions where they go by offering awards to U.S. undergraduates who might otherwise not participate due to financial constraints. It is open to U.S. citizen undergraduate students who are receiving Federal Pell Grant funding at a two-year or four-year college or university to participate in study and intern abroad programs worldwide.
Deadline: October and March
* Requires Institutional Review or Endorsement

 

The Goldwater Scholarship* awards will be made on the basis of merit to two groups of students—second and third year students—who have outstanding potential and intend to pursue research careers in mathematics, the natural sciences, or engineering. Four-year institutions are eligible to nominate up to four students who are in the sophomore or junior class.  To be considered, a student must be nominated by his or her college or university using the official online nomination process on the Foundation’s website.
Deadline: January
* Requires Institutional Review or Endorsement

Guy Harvey Scholarship Awards support undergraduate and graduate students who are enrolled full time at Florida institutions of higher education who are conducting research related to the biology, ecology, habitat or management of fish in Florida’s marine environment. In 2020, scholars will receive a certificate designed and signed by Guy Harvey, and $5,000 to support their academic program. The awards program takes into consideration the breadth of research methods needed to effectively understand and sustainably manage marine fish. Students conducting field observations, experiments, modelling or data synthesis are all eligible for this scholarship opportunity.
Deadline: January

The Hollings Scholarship Program provides selected undergraduate applicants with a scholarship award (up to a maximum of $9,500) for two academic years of full-time study and a 10-week, full-time internship ($700/week) during the summer at a NOAA or partner facility. The internship is conducted between the first and second years of the award, and provides “hands-on” multidisciplinary educational training experience involving student scholars in NOAA-related science, research, technology, policy, management, and education activities. Awards also include a mandatory NOAA orientation during the last week of May in the first year of the scholarship award; a housing allowance ($300/week) for student scholars who do not reside at home during the summer internship; round-trip travel to the internship site including reimbursement for incidentals; travel expenses for attendance and participation at the NOAA Science and Education Symposium (Final Week presentations) in Silver Spring, MD, at the completion of the internship; and conference travel to attend up to two professional conferences and present the results of the NOAA internship project.
Deadline: January

Point Foundation Scholarship – Point Foundation (Point) is the nation’s largest higher education scholarship-granting organization for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) students. Point’s multifaceted support of its scholarship recipients (“scholars”) extends far beyond direct financial contribution toward the cost of their education. Each scholar is paired with a mentor and participates in leadership development programs and events. Point Foundation considers many factors when assessing scholarship applicants, including: 1) A proven track record of leadership and community involvement; 2) Strong academic achievement; 3) Working for the betterment of the LGBTQ community; and 4) Financial need.
Deadline: January

The Science, Mathematics And Research for Transformation (SMART) Scholarship for Service Program is an opportunity for students pursuing an undergraduate, graduate or doctoral degree in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) disciplines to receive a full scholarship and be gainfully employed upon degree completion at the U.S. Department of Defense. Includes full tuition and a stipend of $25K to $38K, and other benefits. Undergraduate applicants must be currently enrolled in a U.S. college or university. Graduate applicants can be either currently enrolled in a U.S. university or awaiting notification of admission.
Deadline: December

The Truman Scholarship* – Truman Scholars are “agents of change.” The Truman Scholarship is a federally funded scholarship granted to U.S. college juniors with exceptional leadership potential who are committed to careers in government, the nonprofit or advocacy sectors, education or elsewhere in the public service.  The Truman Scholarship is the most highly competitive American fellowship to support graduate education and leadership development. Truman Scholars receive up to $30,000 for graduate or professional school, participate in leadership development activities, and have special opportunities for internships and employment with the federal government. All candidates for the Truman must be nominated by their undergraduate institution.
Deadline: February
* Requires Institutional Review or Endorsement

The Udall Scholarship* – The Udall Foundation awards scholarships to college sophomores and juniors for leadership, public service, and commitment to issues related to Native American nations or to the environment. In 2020, the Udall Foundation anticipates awarding 55 scholarships of up to $7,000 each. The Udall scholarship honors the legacies of Morris Udall and Stewart Udall, whose careers had a significant impact on Native American self-governance, health care, and the stewardship of public lands and natural resources. Udall Scholars are selected on the basis of: Commitment to a career related to the environment, or to tribal public policy, or to American Indian health care; Leadership, public service, consensus building, and integrity; Academic achievement; and an understanding of the Udall legacy, demonstrated through the application essay.
Deadline: March.
* Requires Institutional Review or Endorsement

 

Post-Graduate Scholarships

Boren Award recipients study a wide range of critical languages, including Arabic, Chinese, Portuguese, and Swahili. Boren Awards are available to students of all proficiency levels who are committed to enhancing their skills. Boren Fellows from diverse fields of study immerse themselves in the cultures in world regions underrepresented in study abroad, including Africa, Asia, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East. Boren Awards alumni are committed to public service, working in positions critical to U.S. national security throughout the Federal Government, including the Departments of State, Defense, and Homeland Security, and USAID.  Boren Fellowships provide up to $24,000 to U.S. graduate students to add an important international and language component to their graduate education through specialization in area study, language study, or increased language proficiency. Boren Fellowship awards are made for a minimum of 12 weeks and maximum of 24 months.
Deadline: January

Every year, the DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) supports well over 100,000 German and international students and researchers around the globe – making it the world’s largest funding organisation of its kind. DAAD scholarships are aimed primarily at graduates, doctoral students and postdocs and are awarded for study and research visits to universities and non-university research institutions in Germany. In some programmes, internships are also funded. DAAD scholarships usually consist of a monthly scholarship payment (currently, for example, € 750 for undergraduates, € 850 for graduates and € 1,200 for doctoral/PhD students) and a flat-rate travel allowance. In many cases, DAAD also provides health, accident and personal liability insurance. Depending on scholarship programme, there are also additional benefits such as a one-off research allowance, family benefits or funds for language courses. To search the program database, click here.
Deadline: November

The Fulbright U.S. Student Program* provides grants for individually designed study/research projects or for English Teaching Assistant Programs.  A candidate will submit a Statement of Grant Purpose defining activities to take place during one academic year in a participating country outside the U.S.During their grants, Fulbrighters will meet, work, live with and learn from the people of the host country, sharing daily experiences.  The program facilitates cultural exchange through direct interaction on an individual basis in the classroom, field, home, and in routine tasks, allowing the grantee to gain an appreciation of others’ viewpoints and beliefs, the way they do things, and the way they think. Through engagement in the community, the individual will interact with their hosts on a one-to-one basis in an atmosphere of openness, academic integrity, and intellectual freedom, thereby promoting mutual understanding. Grant lengths and dates vary by country.
Deadline: October
* Requires Institutional Review or Endorsement

The Gates Cambridge Scholarship programme offers 80 full-cost scholarships to outstanding applicants from countries outside the UK to pursue a full-time postgraduate degree in any subject available at the University of Cambridge. Approximately two-thirds of these awards will be offered to PhD students, with approximately 25 awards available in the US round and 55 available in the International round. The selection criteria are: outstanding intellectual ability; reasons for choice of course; a commitment to improving the lives of others; and leadership potential. The aim of the Gates Cambridge programme is to build a global network of future leaders committed to improving the lives of others.
Deadline: October

Each year, through the James C. Gaither Junior Fellows program, the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace offers approximately 11-13 one-year fellowships to uniquely qualified graduating seniors and individuals who have graduated during the past academic year. James C. Gaither Junior Fellows provide research assistance to scholars working in Carnegie programs. You may learn more about our programs by visiting Carnegie’s homepage Gaither Junior Fellows have the opportunity to conduct research for books, co-author journal articles and policy papers, participate in meetings with high-level officials, contribute to congressional testimony, and organize briefings attended by scholars, journalists, and government officials.
Deadline:  January

The Hertz Graduate Fellowship supports graduate students working toward the PhD degree in the applied physical and biological sciences, mathematics and engineering. These fields include applied mathematics, statistics, and quantitative aspects of modern biology.
Deadline:  See website for details.

The James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation offers $24,000 James Madison Graduate Fellowships to individuals desiring to become outstanding teachers of the American Constitution at the secondary school level.
Deadline: March

Marshall Scholarships* finance young Americans of high ability to study for a degree in the United Kingdom. Up to fifty Scholars are selected each year to study at graduate level at an UK institution in any field of study. As future leaders, with a lasting understanding of British society, Marshall Scholars strengthen the enduring relationship between the British and American peoples, their governments and their institutions. Marshall Scholars are talented, independent and wide-ranging, and their time as Scholars enhances their intellectual and personal growth. Their direct engagement with Britain through its best academic programmes contributes to their ultimate personal success. Programme Objectives: 1) To enable intellectually distinguished young Americans, their country’s future leaders, to study in the UK. 2) To help Scholars gain an understanding and appreciation of contemporary Britain. 3)   To contribute to the advancement of knowledge in science, technology, the humanities and social sciences and the creative arts at Britain’s centres of academic excellence. 4)  To motivate Scholars to act as ambassadors from the USA to the UK and vice versa throughout their lives thus strengthening British American understanding. 5) To promote the personal and academic fulfilment of each Scholar. Eligibility: Open only to United States citizens who (at the time they take up their Scholarship) hold a first degree from an accredited four-year college or university in the United States with a minimum GPA of 3.7. To qualify for awards tenable from October 2021, candidates must have graduated from their undergraduate college or university after April 2018.
Deadline: October
* Requires Institutional Review or Endorsement

The George J. Mitchell Scholarship* Program is a national, competitive scholarship sponsored by the US-Ireland Alliance. The George J. Mitchell Scholarship Program, named to honor former US Senator George Mitchell’s pivotal contribution to the Northern Ireland peace process, is designed to introduce and connect generations of future American leaders to the island of Ireland, while recognizing and fostering intellectual achievement, leadership, and a commitment to community and public service. Up to twelve Mitchell Scholars between the ages of 18 and 30 are chosen annually for one academic year of postgraduate study in any discipline offered by institutions of higher learning in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Applicants are judged on three criteria: scholarship, leadership, and a sustained commitment to community and public service. The Mitchell Scholarship Program provides tuition, accommodation, a stipend for living expenses and travel.
Deadline: 28 September 2020
* Requires Institutional Review or Endorsement

The National Science Foundation – Graduate Research Fellowship Program (NSF-GRFP) recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students in NSF-supported science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM fields) and Social Science disciplines who are pursuing research-based Master’s and doctoral degrees at accredited United States institutions.
Deadlines: October 19-23, depending on field; see website for details.

The USAID Donald M. Payne International Development Graduate Fellowship Program seeks to attract outstanding individuals who are interested in pursuing careers in the Foreign Service of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). If you want to work on the front lines of some of the most pressing global challenges of our times — poverty, hunger, injustice, disease, environmental degradation, climate change, conflict and violent extremism – the Foreign Service of the U.S. Agency for International Development provides an opportunity to advance U.S. foreign policy interests and reflect the American people’s compassion and support of human dignity. The Payne Fellowship, which provides up to $96,000 in benefits over two years for graduate school, internships, and professional development activities, is a unique pathway to the USAID Foreign Service.
Deadline:  November

The Thomas R. Pickering Fellowship offers a unique opportunity to promote positive change in the world. Upon successful completion of a two-year master’s degree program and fulfillment of Foreign Service entry requirements, fellows have the opportunity to work as Foreign Service Officers with the U.S. Department of State, in accordance with applicable law and State Department policy, serving in Washington, DC or at a U.S. embassy, consulate, or diplomatic mission around the globe.
Deadline: September

The Rangel Graduate Fellowship is a program that aims to attract and prepare outstanding young people for careers in the Foreign Service of the U.S. Department of State in which they can help formulate, represent and implement U.S. foreign policy. The Rangel Program selects outstanding Rangel Fellows annually in a highly competitive nationwide process and supports them through two years of graduate study, internships, mentoring, and professional development activities. This program encourages the application of members of minority groups historically underrepresented in the Foreign Service, women, and those with financial need. Fellows who successfully complete the program and Foreign Service entry requirements will receive appointments as Foreign Service Officers, in accordance with applicable law and State Department policy.
Deadline: September

The Rhodes Scholarships* are the oldest and most celebrated international fellowship awards in the world. Each year 32 young students from the United States are selected as Rhodes Scholars, through a decentralized process representing the 50 states, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. territories for the opportunity to study at Oxford University. Applicants from more than 320 American colleges and universities have been selected as Rhodes Scholars. In most years, even after a century of competition, a Rhodes Scholar is selected from an institution which has not formerly supplied a successful applicant. Rhodes Scholars are chosen not only for their outstanding scholarly achievements, but for their character, commitment to others and to the common good, and for their potential for leadership in whatever domains their careers may lead.
Deadline: October
* Requires Institutional Review or Endorsement

The Schwarzman Scholars experience is anchored in a rigorous and innovative Master’s of Global Affairs degree program at Tsinghua University, one of the country’s leading universities. Drawing on the best traditions of Tsinghua and top academic institutions around the world, the curriculum bridges the academic and professional worlds to educate students about leadership and about China’s expanding role in the world. Students pursue a Masters in Global Affairs, working with an academic advisor to design an academic plan that best suits his or her academic and professional goals. Students spend a year immersed in an international community of thinkers, innovators and senior leaders in business, politics and society. In an environment of intellectual engagement, professional development and cultural exchange, they learn from one another and pursue their academic disciplines while building their leadership capacities. This experience will expand students’ understanding of the world and create a growing network of global leaders that will build strong ties between China and the rest of the world.
Deadline:  See website for details.

The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans program is intended for immigrants and children of immigrants in the United States. The Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowships for New Americans program honors the contributions of immigrants and children of immigrants to the United States. Each year, we invest in the graduate education of 30 New Americans—immigrants and children of immigrants—who are poised to make significant contributions to US society, culture or their academic field. Each Fellow receives up to $90,000 in financial support over two years, and they join a lifelong community of New American Fellows.
Deadline: November 1

Service Fellowships - National

AmeriCorps (Nationwide) AmeriCorps offers a variety of service opportunities, from the classroom to the outdoors, and everything in between. No matter what you’re passionate about, where you’re from, or why you choose to serve, AmeriCorps is your chance to be the greater good.
Deadline: See website for details.

Camphill Soltane Community Co-Workers (Glenmoore, Pennsylvania) Camphill Soltane provides opportunities for young adults and adults with special needs to discover their talents and grow their capacities so they can take their place in the world as valued contributors. Our varied residential settings offer supportive, relationship-rich environments that emphasize interdependence and shared responsibility, while our educational and vocational programs develop individuals’ practical and professional skills.
Deadline: See website for details.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  (Nationwide) We have a variety of hands-on training programs for undergraduate or graduate students still in school, and for health professionals who are in training. All offer a unique experience in one of the many exciting public health fields.
Deadline: See website for details.

Center for California Studies Capital Fellows Program (California) The Capital Fellows Programs are nationally recognized public policy fellowships which offer unique experiences in policy-making and development in each branch of government.  Capital Fellows are placed at some of the highest levels of California state government and assist state legislators, senior-level executive staff, and court administrators with a broad range of public policy issues and projects and are typically given assignments with a significant amount of responsibility and challenges.
Deadline: February

City Year (Multiple locations across the country) City Year AmeriCorps members serve in schools all day, every day, preparing students with the social, emotional and academic skills and mindsets to succeed in school and in life. City Year AmeriCorps members not only make a difference in the lives of students they serve, but also acquire valuable skills that help them and prepare them to be leaders in their communities and their careers.
Deadlines: Multiple – see website for details.

Congressional Hunger Center, Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellowship (District of Columbia) The Bill Emerson National Hunger Fellowship program trains and inspires new leaders in the movement to end hunger and poverty in the United States. Fellows gain vital first-hand experience through placements with community-based organizations across the country as well as policy-focused organizations in Washington, D.C. The program bridges gaps between local efforts and national public policy, as fellows support partner organizations with program development, research, evaluation, outreach, organizing, and advocacy projects.
Deadline: January

Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs (Los Angeles, New York City, Pittsburgh, San Francisco) The Coro Fellows Program develops emerging leaders to work and lead across different sectors by equipping them with knowledge, skills, and networks to accelerate positive change. Coro Fellows get hands-on learning experiences in real-life situations, hone communication and critical-thinking skills, and get exposure to multiple sectors by working across various industries, you directly experience whole-systems thinking that provides a tangible understanding of different paths to being effective.
Deadline: January

El Pomar Foundation Fellowship (Colorado) Candidates must have a Colorado connection. The Fellowship is a two-year program that provides a 360-degree view of the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors through exposure to a broad range of professional experiences. A full-time, salaried position in Colorado Springs, the Fellowship combines hands-on program management experience with dedicated professional development training. Fellows develop skills that prepare them for lifelong roles as leaders in their careers and communities.
Deadline: January

Environmental Health Traineeship & Fellowship Program  The Environmental Health (EH) Traineeship and Fellowship Program is designed to meet CDC’s defined prevention strategy goal of “strengthening local, state, and federal public health infrastructures to support surveillance and implement prevention and control programs” specific to environmental health initiatives. The program provides APHL-member state public health laboratories the opportunity to initiate and/or enhance environmental health testing capabilities.
Deadline: See website for details.

Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL) Intern Program (District of Columbia) Recent college graduates spend 11 months working with key staff members at FCNL to build expertise in advocacy from a public interest perspective.  The program is full-time and paid a salary at the D.C. living wage standard with benefits. Fellows work under the title “program assistant” and work directly with FCNL lobbyists and other senior staff, gaining first-hand knowledge of the legislative process and the organizing and communications work that is necessary for policy change.  Young fellows work full-time from late August through the end of the following July.
Deadline: January

Green Corps (Nationwide) Green Corps offers a yearlong, paid training program that will prepare you for a career in environmental organizing. Eight weeks of intensive classroom training conducted by environmental organizers and leaders from a wide range of organizations and campaigns, such as Bill McKibben of 350.org. Hands-on experience working on behalf of organizations such as The Wilderness Society, Oceana and Mighty Earth. After our training program, we connect graduates with organizing jobs in the environmental and social change movement. Many of these groups need trained organizers to run their campaigns, and most Green Corps graduates are able to find professional positions immediately.
Deadline: See website for details.

Lutheran Volunteer Corps (Placements in Baltimore, MD; Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN; Omaha, NE; Washington, DC; and Wilmington, DE. LVC will accept Flex Semester Placements in Chicago, IL also for the 2020 program.)  Lutheran Volunteer Corps (LVC) is a full-time service and leadership program operating in many cities across the United States. Volunteers are placed in full-time positions at social justice organizations for one year, or for a semester with our new Flex Semester program.  Volunteers serving a year live together in intentional community with other volunteers, practice living simply and sustainability, while exploring spirituality together. Flex Semesters are NEW!, and Volunteers serve where they live in one of LVC’s program cities (Twin Cities MN, Washington DC, Baltimore MD, Omaha NE, or Wilmington DE). Volunteers can serve August-December, January-May, or June-August, starting (tentatively) in summer 2020. Flex Semester housing is based on availability.
Deadlines: December 15

NPS Geoscientists-in-the-Parks (GIP) Program (Nationwide)  The National Park Service (NPS) actively seeks students and professionals in the geosciences and other natural resource fields who want to use their expertise to help the agency to better understand and manage its natural resources. The program provides participants a unique opportunity to contribute towards the conservation of America’s national parks. GIP positions can last from three months to one year. Program participants must be between 18 to 30 years old, or military veterans up to age 35. Program participants must be a U.S. citizen or permanent legal resident. Upon successful completion of a project, participants may be eligible for an AmeriCorps Education Award.
Deadline:  January.

Public Allies  (Multiple Locations nationwide) Allies are placed with with a nonprofit organization where they help address critical community needs such as youth development, education, workforce development, environmental issues, arts programming and community health. Our AmeriCorps program is a dynamic pipeline for talented young people to emerge as leaders and to strengthen the capacity of community organizations.
Deadline: See website for details.

Quaker Experiential Service and Training (QUEST) (Seattle, Washington) Founded in 1992, Quaker Experiential Service & Training (QuEST) is a service fellowship program for young adults sponsored by University Friends Meeting and South Seattle Friends Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).  QuEST provides young adults of all backgrounds with meaningful work and professional experience through full-time positions with local nonprofits; an intentional, residential community in a shared house with other participants; opportunities for training, mentorship, and reflection. During their year of service, QuEST Fellows gain experience for careers in social service and justice fields, practice community and simplicity, work for social change, explore spirituality, and build life-long friendships.
Deadline: Rolling admissions deadlines on the 1st and 15th of each month until placements are filled.

Quaker Information Center Extensive listing of gap year and internship opportunities at Quaker and Non-Quaker organizations, including Quaker Voluntary Service.
Deadline:  Varies – see website for details.

Quaker United Nations Office Program Assistants (New York & Geneva)  QUNO offers between three and five Programme Assistant (PA) positions each year, two in New York and at least two in Geneva. These are entry-level positions for recent graduates who are interested in international affairs and the United Nations, and who have a commitment to Quaker principles of peace, nonviolence and equality.
Deadline: April

Samuel Huntington Public Service Award  The Samuel Huntington Public Service Award is intended to provide an opportunity for a graduating college senior to undertake a one-year public service project anywhere in the world immediately following graduation.
Deadline: January

San Francisco Fellows (San Francisco) The mission of the San Francisco Fellows program is to foster community stewardship by preparing recent college graduates and young professionals for roles in public service and administration.  The Fellows program is a unique opportunity to learn about public administration in local government while working full time as a City employee. Competitively selected applicants will join a cohort of up to 18 Fellows for an 11.5-month full-time work experience as City employees. Fellows will earn an annualized salary of approximately $59,000, plus health, dental, retirement and other benefits.  Fellows work on various programs and projects that have a direct impact on City operations which spans a broad range of City functions and departments, involving analysis, planning, and program development.
Deadline: January

Student Conservation Association: Conservation Corps (Nationwide)  Are you interested in environmental education? Water quality monitoring? Forestry? Archaeology? Public outreach? Whatever your environmental passion, SCA has an internship that will give you the opportunity to work closely with a partner agency or organization to get firsthand experience in the field. SCA internships include thousands of unique opportunities to gain hands-on conservation and sustainability experience all across the country. SCA interns are placed individually with a partner agency. Internships range from 3 to 12 months.  Check out the opportunities for undergraduates and graduates.
Deadline: See website for details.

U.S. PIRG Fellowships (Nationwide)  Advocate for the public interest — speak out for a healthier, safer world in which we’re freer to pursue our own individual well-being and the common good.  The target annual compensation for this position is $28,000-$30,000 in the first year.  This is a one-year program, expressly designed to prepare future leaders with U.S. PIRG. We look for smarts, leadership experience, top-notch written and verbal skills, and an eagerness to learn. We value organizing experience, including building campus groups. Positions start in August 2020.
Deadline: See website for details.

Venture for America (Nationwide) VFA is a two-year salaried fellowship program for recent grads who want to work at a startup and create jobs in American cities. Fellows learn important startup skills at our month long Training Camp, apply for jobs within our company network, and work for two years as full-time, salaried employees in one of 14 cities. When Fellows are ready to start a company—be it two years after college or ten—VFA has the resources (like prize competitions, an accelerator, and seed fund) to help make that dream a reality.
Deadline: August to January – see website for details.

The Zero Hunger Internship The Zero Hunger Internships matches college students and recent graduates with Washington, D.C.-based organizations working to address hunger across the country and around the world. Over the course of your 10-week internship, you will develop your professional and leadership skills and expand your subject knowledge through on-the-job training, the Hunger Center’s leadership development curriculum, and a summer seminar series. After the internship, you will return to your home community, ready to advocate for an end to hunger.
Deadline:  Winter 2020 – see website for details.

Service Fellowships - International

American India Foundation William J. Clinton Fellowship for Service in India (India) The William J. Clinton Fellowship for Service in India is an immersive, 10-month volunteer service program matching young professionals with development organizations. Fellows work on scalable and sustainable development projects in the fields of education, livelihoods, and public health.
Deadline: January

Global Health Corps  (Africa) Global Health Corps is building the next generation of diverse health leaders. We offer a range of paid fellowship roles with health organizations in Malawi, Rwanda, Uganda, and Zambia and the opportunity to develop as a transformative leader in the health equity movement. Everyone has a role to play in the health equity movement!
Deadline: Fall – see website for details.

Leland International Hunger Fellows Program The Mickey Leland International Hunger Fellowship Program trains emerging leaders in the movement to end hunger worldwide. Each class of twelve to fifteen dedicated fellows develops the tools and skills they need to become effective change agents, advancing the goal of a hunger-free world by strengthening host organizations and building food and nutrition security at the field and policy level.
Deadline: Fall – see website for details.

Peace Corps (Worldwide) The Peace Corps Volunteer program is often called life-defining by the more than 230,000 Americans who have served. Get the chance to fully integrate into a host country community, where you will live and work on projects ranging from education to business development.
Deadline: See website for details.

Princeton-in-Africa (Multiple countries in Africa) A Princeton in Africa fellowship experience is a one-of-a-kind opportunity for personal and professional development and growth. It is often described as a way to get a foot in the door of the field of development on the African continent. It is also an opportunity to join a growing community of passionate PiAf alumni.  The fellowship experience varies greatly depending on placement and organization. Some Fellows work closely with a supervisor or colleague(s); others work more independently. Some Fellows work in offices that are filled with local staff; others work with a high number of expatriates. Some Fellows live in urban areas like Johannesburg and Nairobi; others are based in very rural areas with limited resources.
Deadline: October

Princeton-in-Asia (Multiple countries in Asia)  For the 2020-2021 academic year, Princeton in Asia expects to offer approximately 130 full-year fellowships in the following locations: Cambodia, China, Hong Kong S.A.R., Macau S.A.R., Taiwan, India, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Timor-Leste and Vietnam.  Princeton in Asia Fellows teach in kindergartens, secondary schools, polytechnics and universities; they work with international and local nonprofits as well as some of Asia’s most innovative businesses and social enterprises; they write for newspapers and create content for news platforms with an international reach. Due to the size and diversity of the positions available, we encourage applicants of all disciplines and backgrounds to apply.
Deadline: October

Princeton-in-Latin America (Multiple countries in Latin America) Princeton in Latin America (PiLA) partners with NGOs and multilateral organizations and places highly qualified recent college graduates in year-long service fellowships with nonprofit, public service, humanitarian, and government organizations in Latin American and Caribbean. Placements emphasize the power of firsthand work experience to shape young people’s attitudes and mobilize them to effect positive social change. PiLA enhances the mission of its partners by building their capacity to constructively impact the communities they serve, addressing the social, economic, and political barriers to egalitarian community development. Since 2003, PiLA has placed 360 fellows with partners in 20 countries throughout the region.
Deadline: November

Teaching Fellowships - National

Americorps  (Nationwide) AmeriCorps engages more than 80,000 Americans in intensive service each year at nonprofits, schools, public agencies, and community and faith-based groups across the country.
Deadline: See website for details.

Boston Teacher Residency  (Boston, Massachusetts)  Boston Teacher Residency (BTR) is a master’s program in education that recruits talented college graduates, career changers and community members and gives them the tools they need to make an immediate impact in the classrooms of the Boston Public Schools (BPS). Teacher Residents spend the full academic year in a BPS classroom, teaching alongside an experienced mentor and applying theory to practice through rigorous coursework. Their commitment earns them a master’s degree in education from UMass Boston, a Massachusetts Initial Teacher License and credit toward a dual license in Special Education.
Deadline: See website for details.

Chicago Teaching Residency (Chicago, Illinois) The Chicago Teacher Residency is a full-time, one-year urban teacher program which provides residents with the skills and support needed to become a highly effective educator.  It is an opportunity to earn a Masters degree and gain in-classroom experience
Deadline: See website for details.

Citizen Schools National Teaching Fellowship  (California, Massachusetts, New York) National Teaching Fellows fight the opportunity gap.  They are practical activists and work to ensure all students have the skills, access and beliefs to succeed in college and beyond.  They are part of the local community and affect change from within by building connections between students, families, schools, volunteers and community resources. Teaching Fellows personally make this happen for students across an entire school or grade level by plugging in to bridge gaps and connect the people who need to work together on behalf of students.
Deadline: See website for details.

City on a Hill Urban Teaching Fellowship (Boston, Massachusetts)  The City on a Hill Urban Teaching Fellowship is an on-site licensure program focused on training effective urban educators. The fellowship is a one-year program intended to train and license individuals interested in a career teaching in urban public high schools.  Fellows are trained and mentored by veteran City on a Hill teachers while taking graduate courses at Boston University toward a Master of Education (M.Ed.) degree. They receive a stipend and significantly reduced tuition in exchange for teaching in an urban public school for two years upon completion of the program.
Deadline: SUSPENDED FOR 2020-21 SCHOOL YEAR

City Year  (Multiple locations across the country) City Year AmeriCorps members serve in schools all day, every day, preparing students with the social, emotional and academic skills and mindsets to succeed in school and in life. City Year AmeriCorps members not only make a difference in the lives of students they serve, but also acquire valuable skills that help them and prepare them to be leaders in their communities and their careers.
Deadlines: Multiple – see website for details.

Culver Academy Fellowship Program  (Culver, Indiana)  The Culver Fellows program focuses mainly on those whose interests lie in teaching, but also offers fellowships in such  areas as wellness, communications, technology, and athletics. The program provides apprenticeships through which individuals gain the knowledge and experience necessary to pursue successful careers in secondary independent schools as well as valuable work experience for dynamic and highly motivated young adults pursuing opportunities outside of the educational field.  Culver Fellows participate fully in the life of the Academies under the direction of mentor teachers, counselors, and coaches. These mentors help the Fellow learn the basics of teaching and coaching methodologies, classroom management and group dynamics, as well as parent/student relationships. In addition to working in their chosen academic field, Fellows assist with extracurricular activities, working with an impressive array of student athletic teams or in the Academies’ rich and active Fine Arts program. Fellows live in furnished dormitory apartments and assume duties that allow them to become an integral part of the residential community. The salary for the Culver fellowship is $22,000 with several “extras” in the total compensation package.
Deadline: See website for details.

Deerfield Academy  (Deerfield, Massachusetts) Deerfield’s Teaching Fellows program is based on mentoring by veteran faculty members and obtaining a Master’s Degree in Teaching from the University of Pennsylvania. The program lasts for two years and involves one week of work at Penn each summer, online work with the entire cohort of 20-25 fellows from all the schools, one weekend per term at one of the consortium schools with the Penn faculty, and coursework with a mentor at Deerfield, as well as the regular work of the Teaching Fellows. After two years the fellows earn a MSEd from Penn and have two years teaching experience.
Deadline: See website for details.

Greenwich Country Day School Co-Teacher Program (Greenwich, Connecticut)  The Greenwich Country Day School Co-Teachers Program employs 25 college graduates in a one- or two-year placement, facilitating entry into the elementary and early childhood teaching profession. The program offers opportunities to explore all aspects of an elementary classroom, while teaching under the mentorship of a lead teacher and enjoying the benefits of participation in a vibrant cohort. In addition to placement in a nursery through grade 3 classroom, co-teachers gain broad professional experience working with multiple age groups as responsibilities include coaching athletic teams in grades 6–12 or teaching in the after-school enrichment program for grades K-2. Classroom experience is supplemented with a professional development program featuring noted guest speakers and a seminar series. Greenwich, CT, is within easy commuting distance to numerous graduate programs and New York City. The Co-Teacher Program compensation package includes:
• Housing on campus or nearby
• Annual stipend of $27,000 in the first year of the program, $29,000 in the second year
• Medical and dental benefits
• Up to $5,000 annual tuition assistance for graduate school
Deadline: See website for details.

Groton School Teaching Fellow Program (Groton, Massachusetts) The Charles C. Alexander Teaching Fellow Program serves recent college graduates interested in working under supervision to develop the varied skills required of secondary boarding school teachers. The program offers as wide an exposure as possible to all aspects of boarding school life.  The teaching fellow’s responsibilities will include teaching two classes under the supervision of an experienced member of the department as well as observation of other classes. The fields open to fellows are English, History, Mathematics, Classics, French, Spanish, Chinese, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Religion, and the Arts (not Art History), but the departments with openings vary from year to year. Openings will be listed on this page. Fellows also help coach athletics during at least two but preferably three seasons, assist in dormitory supervision one or two evenings per week and every fourth Saturday evening (or as needed), and participate in other areas of school life commensurate with their interests and talents.  Teaching fellow appointments are one-year, salaried positions. Also provided are living quarters, meals in the school’s Dining Hall, and full utilities, except for telephone. Medical insurance is offered, with recipients paying a small percentage of the premium for the plan chosen.
Deadline: January

Knowles Science Teaching Fellows Program  (Nationwide) Knowles Science Teaching Fellowships are awarded based on three criteria: the potential to develop the content knowledge needed for teaching, the potential to develop exemplary teaching practices, and the potential to develop the qualities of a teacher leader. As part of the five-year Teaching Fellowship, Knowles Teaching Fellows are required to: obtain a full-time, high school science or mathematics teaching position, participate in the Knowles community and adhere to Knowles policy guidelines. Fellowship responsibilities will typically require a time commitment of four to six hours per month, over and above the time spent in in-person meetings and preparing proposals to submit for benefits.
Deadline: January

MATCH Corps (Boston, Massachusetts)  Match Corps, an AmeriCorps program, is a one-year urban education fellowship. Recent college graduates from top universities across the country commit a year to closing the achievement gap in Boston, one student at a time. Match Corps Members tutor small groups of students in grades 6-12 and partner closely with families. Tutors are integral members of high-performing school teams in some of the best schools in America and discover what it takes to change the lives of kids.
Deadline: EARLY SPRING DEADLINE: MARCH 30, 2020

Noble & Greenough School Teaching Fellow Program  (Dedham, Massachusetts)  Each year, Nobles seeks to hire Teaching Fellows in various academic disciplines for a one or two-year position. Designed for early-career educators and recent college/university graduates, a Teaching Fellowship is a full-time commitment that goes from late August until early June. Compensation is paid to Teaching Fellows on a twelve-month basis and includes a salary and health and dental insurance. Housing is often a part of the compensation package.  Fellows usually teach one course, work with a mentor teacher, become fully immersed in the academic life of the school and their academic department, as well as coach and mentor students in our afternoon and residential programs: athletics, community service, and the arts. Some Teaching Fellowships involve progressively increased teaching opportunities over the course of the year, depending on the Fellow’s qualifications and the needs of their department. Fellows are assigned a faculty mentor within their academic department and are also supported, observed and evaluated by a member of the Faculty Evaluation Team. Thus, while working in the classroom throughout the year as teachers, our Fellows are also students of education, learning not only from their faculty mentors but also from self-examination of their own work.
Deadline: See website for details.

NYC Teaching Fellows  (New York City)  The NYC Teaching Fellows program is one of the country’s largest and most selective alternative teacher preparation programs. As a Fellow, you’ll train in NYC classrooms, working one-on-one with experienced coaches to get the feedback you need to become a talented teacher, ready to make a profound difference for NYC’s students.Your experience as a Teaching Fellow begins with a rigorous pre-service training program, where you’ll focus on the core skills all teachers need to lead a classroom on day one—and for years to come. With a cohort of Fellows, you’ll learn and practice essential classroom techniques to prepare for your first day of teaching. Next, you’ll work in a real NYC classroom, where you’ll practice how to set a vision for student success, build a student-centered classroom, and support student learning and growth.  After successfully completing pre-service training, you’ll go where you are needed most: teaching full-time in one of our city’s highest-need neighborhoods. Using the skills that you honed during training, you’ll bring your school, its families, and the surrounding community together to help students reach their potential.  While teaching full-time, you’ll work towards a master’s degree at one of our partner universities and attend professional development sessions to continue building your knowledge and skills.  For most Fellows, university coursework takes two to three years to complete. Once you’ve met all the university and state requirements for certification, you’ll be eligible to earn New York State Initial Certification and continue your career helping NYC students meet their goals.
Deadline: See website for details.

Phillips Academy Andover Teaching Fellowship Program (Andover, Massachusetts)  The Teaching Fellow program offers those yet to begin a professional career a program of guided classroom work, professional seminars, and exposure to the theories and methods of experienced teaching faculty. In considering candidates for the Andover Teaching Fellowship, the school values academic excellence together with competencies complementary to the school’s Constitution and Statement of Purpose and to the Academy’s commitment to fostering a global, diverse, and inclusive academic community. While the teaching fellow appointment is for a single year, reappointment as a fellow is available to those with the desire to teach at the Academy for a second year. Those reappointments are based on a high level of performance in the classroom, athletic coaching and residential life work as well as particular needs of the Academy in those three areas. Teaching Fellows receive a stipend of $30,000 plus insurance benefits and campus housing.
Deadline: See website for details.

St. Paul’s School Teaching Fellow Program (St. Paul, New Hampshire) The Saint Paul’s School Teaching Fellows program is an innovative collaboration between the Graduate School of Education of the University of Pennsylvania and a consortium of the nation’s leading boarding schools. With an innovative and comprehensive curriculum designed specifically for the boarding schools’ unique setting, the program provides aspiring teachers a two-year opportunity to receive a Master’s in Science of Education in concert with the exceptional fellowship program offered by St. Paul’s School.
Deadline:  See website for details.

Teach for America  (Nationwide) As a Teach for America corps member, you’ll be assigned to teach one or more subjects from pre-K through grade 12 in one of our 50 regions. Your subject and grade may change during the hiring process as well as after you are hired, depending on the individual needs of the schools or districts in your region. You will interact closely with many different people and groups on a daily basis. This includes other teachers in your school and district, partner organizations in your community, your TFA coach, TFA alumni, and of course, your students and their families and caregivers.  In your classroom you’ll build relationships with students who will show you what’s possible to achieve, even while they face incredible challenges.
Deadline: See website for details.

TNTP Teaching Fellows  (Baltimore, Indianapolis, Los Angeles*, Minnesota, Nevada, and New Orleans.* Roots LA Teaching Pathway is available to current college juniors) TNTP Teaching Fellows is dedicated to providing the best and most affordable teacher training in the country⁠—so that every student can have great teachers who prepare them for the lives they want to lead. We help current college students, recent graduates, and professionals with no prior teaching experience become exceptional teachers. TNTP Teaching Fellows Program works hard to keep tuition as low as possible without compromising on the quality of our training. Teaching Fellows can earn their teaching certification in as little as one year, while they earn a full teacher’s salary and benefits.
Deadline:  See website for details.

Urban Teachers (Baltimore, Dallas, and Washington, DC) Join one of our cohorts in a city full of opportunity and rich with culture! When you join Urban Teachers at any of our locations, you’ll have access to a thriving network of education professionals and a collection of exciting new experiences, restaurants, museums, and events. Urban Teachers has programs in Baltimore, Dallas, and Washington, DC. Each of our locations offers programs of study in Elementary, Secondary Math, and Secondary English Language Arts; and each program of study includes preparation in Special Education. Additionally, in each of our partner cities, we work with school districts and charter management organizations that have some of the highest starting teacher pay in the nation. Learn more about Urban Teachers and see if we are the right fit for you.
Deadline:  April 13, 2020.

Teaching Fellowships - International

Cultural Ambassadors: North American Language and Culture Assistants (Spain) The Language and Culture Assistants program is sponsored by the Spanish Ministry of Education in collaboration with the Spanish Regions (Comunidades Autónomas) and the Education Offices of the Embassies of Spain to the United States and Canada.  It gives Junior and Senior College students, as well as College and Community College graduates, an opportunity to visit Spain and become acquainted with the Spanish education system, teachers and students, while sharing with them aspects of their own language and culture.  The assistants will also have the opportunity to learn about the Spanish language and culture and use their experience upon their return to the United States and Canada, thus helping to develop cultural understanding between the citizens of Spain and the USA / Canada.
Deadline: April

English Opens Doors Program in Chile (Chile)  The English Opens Doors Program is a fee-free Program serving the students, teachers, and school communities of Chile’s public education system. EODP volunteers make a lasting impact on the lives of their students, motivating them to improve their English and participate in cross cultural exchange. We are seeking committed volunteer teachers who wish to make a significant impact on the English language level of their students for periods of one to two semesters at a time. The English Opens Doors Program is not seeking volunteers whose principal motivations are to travel or learn Spanish. A volunteer’s primary focus must be on teaching and supporting their students.
Deadline: See website for details.

English Program in Korea (EPIK)  (South Korea)  Responsibilities include assisting Korean teachers with their English classes, and/or jointly conduct English classes with Korean teachers, and/or extracurricular activities or English camps. Students will also conduct English conversation classes for Korean students and teachers. Those who have a teaching license/certificate, B.Ed., M.Ed., or who majored in Teaching, TESOL, Second Language Studies (University of Hawai’i), or any other of Education-focused major (Physical Education, Math Education, etc.) are not required to have a TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certificate. Those not meeting these requirements will need to obtain a 100 hour or more TEFL/TESOL/CELTA/etc. certificate of at least 100 hours or more from an accredited program to be eligible.
Deadline: See website for details.

The Teaching Assistant Program in France (France)
The Teaching Assistant Program in France offers you the opportunity to work in France for 7 months, teaching English to French students of all ages. Each year, over 1,500 American citizens and permanent residents teach in public schools across all regions of metropolitan France and in the overseas departments of France such as French Guiana, Guadeloupe, Martinique and Réunion. The American cohort is part of the larger Assistants de langue en France program, which recruits 4,500 young educators from 60 countries to teach 15 languages annually in France. The Assistants de langue en France program is managed by France Éducation international.
Deadline: January

Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships (Worldwide)  The English Teaching Assistant (ETA) Programs place Fulbrighters in classrooms abroad to provide assistance to the local English teachers. ETA’s help teach English language while serving as cultural ambassadors for the U.S. The age and academic level of the students varies by country, ranging from kindergarten to university level. Applicants for English Teaching Assistant Programs can apply to only one country.  Some countries require strong second language skills, others do not require any second language skills.  See website for specific requirements in each country.
Deadline: October

Interac Assistant Language Teacher (ALT) (Japan)  Interac’s ALTs work in elementary, junior high, and high schools throughout Japan, with many teachers assigned to teach in at least two school levels. The most common situation is working as an ALT in elementary and junior high schools, with more time teaching spent at the junior high school level. You can expect to teach classes on your own, with a Japanese teacher present to help manage the classroom. With rare exception, you will work under the guidance of Interac as our employee and are not a member of the schools’ staff.  Your job as an ALT is two-fold: language instructor and cultural ambassador. These two aspects are inseparable, and you will become an expert in both after a comprehensive initial training program. Preference for candidates who have a driver’s license, teaching experience, a teaching qualification, e.g., CELTA, DELTA, and TEFL, have studied a second language at school or university, and can speak some basic Japanese.
Deadline:  See website for details.

Japan Exchange and Teaching (JET) Programme  (Japan)  Each year the JET Programme, with the aid of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs, recruits around two thousand new JET participants to come to Japan and work at either Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs) who provide language instruction in elementary, junior and senior high schools, Coordinators for International Relations (CIRs) who work in communities on international exchange activities, or Sports Exchange Advisors (SEAs) who promote international exchange through sports.  JET participants are placed with local government organisations (contracting organisations) throughout Japan in every imaginable locality, including large cities, small and medium-sized towns, and rural farming and fishing villages.  A one-year appointment on the JET Programme could be just what you are looking for to broaden your horizons and take a different step in life.  Preference for candidates who have language teaching experience or qualifications, have general teaching experience or qualifications. Japanese language skills not required, but must have strong interest in Japan and Japanese culture.
Deadline: See website for details.

Teach and Learn with Georgia (Republic of Georgia) Teach and Learn with Georgia (TLG) is a progressive education movement initiated by the Georgian government and administered under the Georgian Ministry of Education and Science. We recruit native English, French, Italian and German language speakers to co-teach alongside local teachers in public schools throughout the beautiful and historic country of Georgia. TLG aims to improve Georgia’s nationwide foreign language proficiency in an effort towards further participation in the global community.  Volunteer teachers will stay in Georgia for at least one year and experience once in a lifetime opportunities, such as getting familiarized with amazing Georgian customs and traditions by living with local families, experiencing unique Georgian folklore and cuisine by socializing with local communities, and learning the Georgian language, one of the 14 existing alphabets in the world, should they wish to do so. Benefits: monthly stipend, housing, insurance, round-trip airfare, local cell phone.
Deadline: See website for details.

Teach Thailand Corps  (Thailand) Volunteer abroad with Teach Thailand Corps (TTC) to empower underserved youth and future leaders through English instruction.  TTC teachers have a special opportunity to help lay a solid foundation in the education of children that will shape the life trajectories of students and their communities—and impact Thailand’s development—in profound ways.  In return, volunteers spend an enriching and life-changing time living, contributing, and learning in Thailand as they gain invaluable experience toward future career endeavors. Teach Thailand Corps volunteers have come from all over the United States and various fields of study. Our alumni have gone on to do remarkable things in graduate school (e.g., London School of Economics, Johns Hopkins SAIS, Fletcher School at Tufts, UNC MBA), and professionally (e.g., Fulbright Program, Presidential Management Fellows, US Foreign Service, global law firms, Silicon Valley). TTC will provide housing, a monthly stipend, domestic work-related travel, and work permit and visa.
Deadline: December and March

U.S. Teaching Assistantships at Austrian Secondary Schools (Austria)
Each year, more than 140 college graduates from the United States teach in Austria under the auspices of the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education (BMB) Foreign Language Teaching Assistantship Program.  The purpose of this program, which draws assistants not only from the English-speaking world but also from France, Italy, Russia, and Spain, is to bring talented and enthusiastic young people from abroad into the classrooms of secondary schools in communities large and small all over Austria. Ultimately, it is the job of these native speakers as teaching assistants to make learning a foreign language a lively cross-cultural encounter for their students.
Deadline:  January