Career Services presents some fellowships & scholarship programs. So keep updated and look out for opportunities.
Woodrow Wilson continues to meet the nation’s need to develop leaders, in and beyond the academy, by supporting the efforts of individual scholars early in their careers.
A link to major scholarships and fellowships.
The Emerging Infectious Diseases Laboratory Fellowship Program prepares laboratory scientists for careers in public health. The two-track program (one-year training & two-year research fellowship) trains qualified candidates (Bachelor’s & Master’s) to support public health initiatives and provides opportunities for doctoral level scientists.
A program joint funded by the Newhouse Foundation & Syracuse University. It not only underwrites generous scholarships for master’s level study in newspaper journalism but also provides students and professional internships with Newhouse newspapers.
The Institute for Humane Studies assits students interested in exploring the ideas of liberty. IHS offers scholarships of up to $12,000, paid Washington, DC internships, and free summer seminars.
T. Howard Foundation– Scott Weiss Scholarship
T. Howard Foundation Interns in preparing for entry into the field of entertainment and multimedia platforms. The T. Howard Foundation expects to award scholarships on the basis of merit to students who are undergraduate incoming sophomores through seniors and graduate students at an accredited college or university who have successfully completed the T. Howard Foundation summer internship.
United States Environmental Protection Agency
EPA established the National Network for Environmental Management Studies (NNEMS) in 1986 to foster a growing interest among higher education students in environmental careers. The NNEMS program is a comprehensive fellowship program that provides undergraduate and graduate students an opportunity to participate in a fellowship project that is directly related to their field of study. The NNEMS program is sponsored by EPA’s Environmental Education Division (EED), Office of Children’s Health Protection and Environmental Education (OCHPEE).