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Short-Term Post-Grad Fellowships

Calendar of Deadlines

TypeOpportunityWhat it isWho can applyDeadlineAdvisor
Choose your own adventure Boren Fellowship

Provides funding ($24,000) for overseas study of "less commonly taught languages" critical to U.S. national security for durations of 12 weeks to 1 year

U.S. citizen

Applying or accepted into a U.S. graduate program

Late January

Heather Powell Browne,

Assistant Director of Off-Campus Study

Davis Fellows for Peace

Tuition, room, and board for a summer at any Middlebury Language School

U.S. citizens

International students

Late January

Lisa Schwartz

Student Opportunities Manager

Davis Projects for Peace

Design a grassroots project for the summer  - anywhere in the world - which promotes peace and addresses the root causes of conflict among parties

Undergraduate students

Projects can be proposed by a single student or by a group of students

Block 4 (internal deadline)

Mid-February (national deadline)

Mike Siddoway,

Associate Dean of the Faculty

  Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship

Travel and living expenses to teach English for 1 year in your choice of 150 countries

Seniors and alums

U.S. citizens

Mid-September (internal deadline)

Mid-October (national deadline)

Roy Jo Sartin

Writing Center Specialist

  Fulbright Study/Research Grant Travel and living expenses to complete a 1-year research project or course of study in your choice of 150 countries

Seniors and alums

U.S. citizens

Mid-September (internal deadline)

Mid-October (national deadline)

Roy Jo Sartin

Writing Center Specialist

  Watson Fellowship $30,000 to explore an independent project abroad for 1 year Seniors 4th Monday, Block 2

Michael Sawyer,

Assistant Professor of Race, Ethnicity, and Migration Studies

Public service: abroad Clinton-AIF Fellowship Travel and living expenses to participate in a 10-month NGO project in India

Seniors and alums

U.S. and Indian citizens

Early February

Chelsea Walter,

ESL Specialist

  Humanity in Action 5 weeks developing human rights and social justice projects in Europe

Sophomores through alumni

U.S. & EU citizens

Early January

Gretchen Wardell,

Career Coach/Pre-Law Advisor

JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching) Program

Salary for 1-year contract teaching English in Japan

Seniors and alums

U.S. citizens

November

Joan Ericson,

Professor of East Asian Languages

Leland International Hunger Fellows Program

Stipend for 2-year program combining field and policy work around food security and hunger issues in Asia, Africa, or Latin America

Seniors or alums with relevant graduate degrees and/or equivalent experience

January

Lisa Schwartz

Student Opportunities Manager

Luce Scholarship

Living expenses and stipend for 13-month professional placement in Asia

Seniors and alums to age 30

U.S. citizens

October

Joan Ericson,

Professor of East Asian Languages

Princeton in Africa, Asia, or Latin America Housing and living expenses for a 12-month placement with a development organization Seniors and alums October or November

Chelsea Walter,

ESL Specialist

Public service: U.S. Coro Fellowship in Public Affairs Living expenses and stipend for 9-month urban improvement project in 1 of 5 U.S. cities

Seniors and alums

Late January

Gretchen Wardell,

Career Coach/Pre-Law Advisor

El Pomar Foundation Fellowship 2-year leadership training program focused on philanthropy in the non-profit sector Seniors and alums January

Gretchen Wardell,

Career Coach/Pre-Law Advisor

Emerson National Hunger Fellows Program Stipend for year-long program combining field and policy work around poverty and food security issues Seniors and alums January

Lisa Schwartz

Student Opportunities Manager

James C. Gaither (formerly Carnegie Endowment) Junior Fellows Program Paid 1-year research assistantship with the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, D.C.

Seniors and recent alums

U.S. citizens

Non-citizens with U.S. work eligibility

Block 4

John Gould,

Associate Professor of Political Science

Public Interest Fellowship Program (PIFP) Year-long paid internship with a Colorado non-profit Seniors Late January

Lani Hinkle,

PIFP Director

Smithsonian Internships Partial- or full-year paid internships with a museum or research institute in Washington, D.C., affiliated with the Smithsonian 

Freshmen through alums

U.S. citizens

International students

Varies

Lisa Schwartz

Student Opportunities Manager