Office of Fellowships
Fellowship Opportunities

Teaching

  • K - 12

    • James Madison Graduate Fellowship: Gives up to $24,000 to post-baccalaureates interested in careers in teaching the American Constitution
    • Math for America Fellowship: Gives full tuition to a master's level teacher preparation program at Bard College, New York University, or Teachers College/Columbia University, a $100,000 stipend, mentoring, professional development, and a paid position as a secondary school math teacher in a New York City public school. Similar programs available in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and San Diego
    • Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation: A listing of Woodrow Wilson National Fellowships that support the development of future leaders in teaching, foreign affairs, conservation, women & gender, religion & ethics, and access & opportunity
    • NEA: National Education Association Foundation: Grants for educational projects and professional development
    • Match Corps: One-year, full-time professional tutoring fellowship, where elite college graduates work intensively with students in small groups
    • TNTP Teaching Fellows Program: Prepares people without formal education backgrounds to be effective in challenging school environments
    • Urban Prep Fellows Program: Brings recent college graduates to serve full-time in a unique role as in-school mentors, tutors, and advocates for students at Urban Prep Academies
       

    Higher Education

  • Upcoming Deadlines

    Please note that Seattle University campus deadlines may be one to two months prior to the official scholarship deadline. Application processes generally begin six months in advance of official scholarship deadlines. Check with the Office of Fellowships to obtain campus-specific deadline information.
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  • Announcements

    Thinking of pursuing a career in international affairs? Check out our upcoming information session for the Rangel and Payne International Affairs programs! This event will take place on October 29th from 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. and will be located in Pigott 101. The three main programs that will be discussed are the USAID Donald M. Payne International Development Graduate Fellowship, the Rangel International Affairs Graduate Fellowship Program, and the Rangel Undergraduate Int’l Affairs Summer Enrichment Program.
  • Social Media

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