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Fellowships and Summer Opportunities

ProFellow
A database of professional and academic fellowships worldwide.

Fulbright US Student Program
Grants for individually-designed research, study, or English teaching abroad for recent graduates.

APSA Ralph Bunche Summer Institute
Summer program for juniors from ethnic/racial groups underrepresented in political science. Designed to prepare them for graduate study through intensive summer courses. All expenses paid, small stipend.

Council on Legal Education Opportunity
Highly competitive programs for students seeking to attend law school. Some preference given to under-represented racial/ethnic groups, low income students, etc. Expenses covered.

Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs Junior Summer Institute
Competitive summer program designed to prepare students for future studies in public policy and international affairs. All expenses paid, small stipend.

Internship and Activism Opportunities

Stirring the Fire
A great database of internship, volunteer, and study abroad opportunities related to addressing issues facing women and girls worldwide.

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Last Updated: 11/10/14