Bundeskanzler/German Chancellor Scholarships
These scholarships offer one year of study/research or a one-year internship in Germany for U.S. citizens aged 30 and under who demonstrate leadership potential. See web site or email Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Overseas Press Club Foundation Scholarships
Offers twelve $2,000 scholarships to graduate and undergraduate students for a winning essay on an area of the world or an international issue that is in keeping with the applicant's interest. Application consists of a resume, cover letter and essay of 500 words.
Deadline: Early December
Fascell Fellowship Program
Fellows serve at U.S. diplomatic or consular missions in Eastern Europe, Russia or the Newly Independent States (NIS). Applications should be requested from and submitted to the US Department of State. Fellowships are granted for 1 year. Housing and several other benefits will be provided. Eligibility: Must be US citizens 21 years of age, have language proficiency in one or more of the following languages: Czech, Romanian, Slovak, Hungarian, or Russian, currently enrolled in or have completed a program focused on Romanian or Slavic languages or area studies of the aforementioned countries. Amount: $19,081. Contact Information: Fascell Fellowship Program, Recruitment Division, US Department of State, P.O. Box 9317, Rosslyn Station, Arlington, VA 22219 Phone: 703-875-7490.
Deadline: Early June
The National Security Education Program (NSEP) David L. Boren Graduate Fellowships
They encourage U.S. graduate students to add an international dimension to their curricula. Students already enrolled in internationally oriented programs are encouraged to intensify their study of areas, languages, and cultures. It is hoped that recipients of Boren Fellowships will comprise an ever-growing cadre of experts whose enriched educational and professional experiences will enable them to provide leadership and direction in our national commitment to economic growth, international peace and security, and promotion of democracy abroad. Seniors applying to grad school or current grad school students may apply; Since the purpose of NSEP is to promote study of under-represented languages and areas critical to U.S. national security, study of Western Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand is excluded.
Deadline: Late January
Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship
This is a six-month professional internship in Washington, D.C. Fellows are supported by a monthly stipend and serve as full-time project assistants at one of the nineteen participating organizations. For more information, contact the program director via the web site or at The Herbert Scoville, Jr. Peace Fellowship, 110 Maryland Avenue, N.E., Suite 409, Washington, D.C. 20022, 202-543-4100.
Deadline: Mid-October for spring, mid-January for fall, annually
Winston Fellows Program
They will provide two or more individuals per year with professional training at the Summer Peacebuilding Institute of Eastern Mennonite University's Conflict Transformation Program. An internship of two months minimum with a non-governmental organization will follow the coursework at EMU. Individuals from the U.S. and other countries will be eligible to apply. Winston Fellows Program, Institute for Peacebuilding, Eastern Mennonite University, 1200 Park Road, Harrisonburg, VA 22802, 540-432-4490, email@example.com.
Deadline: Late December - Contact CTP office directly for application
Institute for Advanced Strategic & Political Studies
The Institute (Jerusalem and Washington DC) invites top college graduates in strategic studies, international relations, political science and related fields to apply for a fellowship program in Washington, DC, beginning October. The program consists of three parts: 1.The first part is eight weeks of seminars (October 23 to December 31) taught by recognized scholars in their fields, including Dr. Angelo M. Codevilla, the Program's director. During this portion of the Program the Fellows are trained in substantive areas including the fundamentals of missile defense, geopolitics, and an introduction to security and strategy. A comprehensive examination is given in each course at the end of this rigorous portion of the Program. 2.Part two is subsequent placement in a Congressional committee, subcommittee, or Member's office as a research fellow. During the Congressional portion of the Program, IASPS Strategic Fellows concentrate on areas particularly important to the Committee staff or their Member of Congress. 3.The third part of the Program is the most challenging. Beginning in December, Fellows will begin to prepare a proposal for a piece of original research that they will submit for publication in our series: IASPS Research Papers in Strategy. After having the topic approved, the Fellow must produce a paper of 25 -35 pages that will serve as a model for the work they might do at the highest levels of policy making. Successful applicants who are offered enrollment in the program may apply for a modest monthly stipend ($1,000).
Deadline: Unknown - Check website and contact Institute for updated information on the fellowship