Fellowships for Environmental Issues
*Fellowships marked with an asterisk require US citizenship or permanent resident status.
Sophomores and Juniors
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.
FAO Schwarz Fellowship for graduating seniors interested in pursuing a career in the non-profit sector. This two-year paid fellowship places awardees at participating non-profits, and provides professional training and mentoring. This fellowship posts positions by November 1. Application deadline is February 15.