For students of underrepresented backgrounds

Unless indicated otherwise, Prof. Cable is the first point of contact for these fellowships.

Fellowships marked with an asterisk require US citizenship or permanent residence status.

For sophomores
For juniors
For seniors

 

First-years

Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute Summer Congressional Internship* for Latino first-years, sophomores, and juniors interested in interning in a congressional office in Washington, DC. Deadline: December 10.

Critical Language Scholarship Program (CLS)* for first-years, sophomores, juniors, seniors or alumni currently enrolled in a graduate program who need to develop language and cultural skills in less-commonly taught languages. Deadline: November 16.

Dream Summer Fellowship (UCLA) for first-years, sophomores, juniors, seniors or alumni, who are immigrants, interested in working for ten weeks at immigrant rights organizations. Deadline: February 15.

Freeman Asia* for first-years, sophomores, or juniors with at least one term remaining upon returning from the program, demonstrated financial need, and limited prior experience in East and Southeast Asia, pursuing summer language study abroad. Minimum GPA 2.8. Application opens early February and closes on March 14.

Fulbright UK Summer Institutes* for first-years and sophomores with a keen interest in British culture and history to study at one of several UK institutions during the summer for 3 to 4 weeks. Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.7 required. Deadline: February 6. Campus contact: Prof. Bond.

Future Public Health Leaders Program (FPHLP)* for underrepresented sophomores, juniors, seniors or alumni pursuing careers in public health. This is a 10-week residential program at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. Deadline: January 21.

Gilman* for first-years, sophomores, juniors, or seniors receiving a Pell Grant pursuing study abroad, especially outside Western Europe. Campus contact: Dean Sue Mennicke.  

Harvard Public Policy and Leadership Conference (PPLC)* for first-years or sophomores, particularly from historically underserved communities including DACA students, pursuing studies in public policy. Deadline: November 2. Campus contact: Prof. Bond.

Leadership Alliance/Summer Research-Summer Research Early Identification Program (Humanities, Social Sciences, and STEM Summer Research)* for first-years, sophomores, and juniors, especially from populations historically underrepresented, intending to pursue a PhD or MD-PhD in the humanities, social sciences and physical sciences. Minimum GPA of 3.0 required. Deadline: February 1.
 

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Sophomores

Future Public Health Leaders Program (FPHLP)* for underrepresented sophomores, juniors, seniors or alumni pursuing careers in public health. This is a 10-week residential program at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. Deadline: January 21.

Gilman* for first-years, sophomores, juniors, or seniors receiving a Pell Grant pursuing study abroad, especially outside Western Europe. Campus contact: Dean Sue Mennicke.  

Harvard Public Policy and Leadership Conference (PPLC)* for first-years or sophomores, particularly from historically underserved communities including DACA students, pursuing studies in public policy. Deadline: November 2. Campus contact: Prof. Bond.

Humanity in Action (Europe) for sophomores, juniors, seniors, and alumni with a demonstrated interest in social justice and human rights. The locations for this fellowship are Amsterdam, Atlanta, Berlin, Copenhagen, Sarajevo and Warsaw. Deadline: January 6. Campus contact: Prof. Bond.

Humanity in Action (US)/John Lewis Fellowship for sophomores, juniors, seniors, and alumni interested in issues of diversity in the US, with a particular emphasis on Georgia and the American South. This is the American summer program of the Humanity in Action Fellowship. Deadline: January 6. 

International Leadership Foundation Civic Fellowship* for sophomores, juniors, or seniors with at least 1 parent of predominantly Asian or Pacific Islander heritage pursuing careers in civic leadership. Deadline: December 31.

Leadership Alliance/Summer Research-Summer Research Early Identification Program (Humanities, Social Sciences, and STEM Summer Research)* for first-years, sophomores, and juniors, especially from populations historically underrepresented, intending to pursue a PhD or MD-PhD in the humanities, social sciences and physical sciences. Minimum GPA of 3.0 required. Deadline: February 1.

Rangel Summer Enrichment Program* for sophomores, juniors, or seniors intending to pursue a career in international affairs. This 6-week summer program provides an overview of international affairs, related career opportunities, and the skills to pursue them. Deadline: February 1. Contact Dr. Cable for more information.

Summer Public Health Scholars Program (SPHSP)* for sophomores, juniors, seniors or alumni intending to pursue graduate studies and a career in public health. This rigorous program includes Public Health coursework at Columbia University. Deadline: January 31.

Udall Scholarship for sophomores and juniors, who are either US citizens or recognized Canadian First Nations, intending to pursue careers in environmental policy, or Native American or Alaskan students seeking careers in healthcare or tribal public policy. Deadline: March 15. Campus contact: Prof. Bond.

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Juniors

Future Public Health Leaders Program (FPHLP)* for underrepresented sophomores, juniors, seniors or alumni pursuing careers in public health. This is a 10-week residential program at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. Deadline: January 21.

Humanity in Action (Europe) for sophomores, juniors, seniors, and alumni with a demonstrated interest in social justice and human rights. The locations for this fellowship are Amsterdam, Atlanta, Berlin, Copenhagen, Sarajevo and Warsaw. Deadline: January 6. Campus contact: Prof. Bond.

Humanity in Action (US)/John Lewis Fellowship for sophomores, juniors, seniors, and alumni interested in issues of diversity in the US, with a particular emphasis on Georgia and the American South. This is the American summer program of the Humanity in Action Fellowship. Deadline: January 6. 

International Leadership Foundation Civic Fellowship* for sophomores, juniors, or seniors with at least 1 parent of predominantly Asian or Pacific Islander heritage pursuing careers in civic leadership. Deadline: December 31.

Leadership Alliance/Summer Research-Summer Research Early Identification Program (Humanities, Social Sciences, and STEM Summer Research)* for first-years, sophomores, and juniors, especially from populations historically underrepresented, intending to pursue a PhD or MD-PhD in the humanities, social sciences and physical sciences. Minimum GPA of 3.0 required. Deadline: February 1.

Public Policy & International Affairs Fellowship (PPIA) for juniors intending to pursue graduate school for public and international relations. Successfully completing the summer program puts you in position to substantial tuition assistance as a graduate student. Deadline: November 1. Campus contact: Prof. Bond.

Rangel Summer Enrichment Program* for sophomores, juniors, or seniors intending to pursue a career in international affairs. This 6-week summer program provides an overview of international affairs, related career opportunities, and the skills to pursue them. Deadline: February 1. Contact Dr. Cable for more information.

Summer Public Health Scholars Program (SPHSP)* for sophomores, juniors, seniors or alumni intending to pursue graduate studies and a career in public health. This rigorous program includes Public Health coursework at Columbia University. Deadline: January 31.

Udall Scholarship for sophomores and juniors, who are either US citizens or recognized Canadian First Nations, intending to pursue careers in environmental policy, or Native American or Alaskan students seeking careers in healthcare or tribal public policy. Deadline: March 15. Campus contact: Prof. Bond.

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Seniors and alumni

Fulbright U.S. Student Program* for seniors or alumni interested in either teaching English abroad or pursuing study or research in one of a 140+ countries. Applications opens in April and the campus deadline for the 2019-2020 cohort: Tuesday, August 27, 2019. To learn more, see the F&M Fulbright website.

Future Public Health Leaders Program (FPHLP)* for underrepresented sophomores, juniors, seniors or alumni pursuing careers in public health. This is a 10-week residential program at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. Deadline: January 21.

Gilman* for first-years, sophomores, juniors, or seniors receiving a Pell Grant pursuing study abroad, especially outside Western Europe. Campus contact: Dean Sue Mennicke.  

Humanity in Action (Europe) for sophomores, juniors, seniors, and alumni with a demonstrated interest in social justice and human rights. The locations for this fellowship are Amsterdam, Atlanta, Berlin, Copenhagen, Sarajevo and Warsaw. Deadline: January 6. Campus contact: Prof. Bond.

Humanity in Action (US)/John Lewis Fellowship for sophomores, juniors, seniors, and alumni interested in issues of diversity in the US, with a particular emphasis on Georgia and the American South. This is the American summer program of the Humanity in Action Fellowship. Deadline: January 6. 

International Leadership Foundation Civic Fellowship* for sophomores, juniors, or seniors with at least 1 parent of predominantly Asian or Pacific Islander heritage pursuing careers in civic leadership. Deadline: December 31.

Rangel International Affairs Graduate Program* for seniors or alumni, particularly of minority groups historically underrepresented in the Foreign Service, to pursue a 2-year master’s degrees in international affairs or another area relevant to work in the US Foreign Service. Deadline: September 19.

Rangel Summer Enrichment Program* for sophomores, juniors, or seniors intending to pursue a career in international affairs. This 6-week summer program provides an overview of international affairs, related career opportunities, and the skills to pursue them. Deadline: February 1. Contact Dr. Cable for more information.

Summer Public Health Scholars Program (SPHSP)* for sophomores, juniors, seniors or alumni intending to pursue graduate studies and a career in public health. This rigorous program includes Public Health coursework at Columbia University. Deadline: January 31.

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