Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Fellowship
The Thomas R. Pickering Graduate Fellowship is a U.S. Department of State program run by Howard University that aims to recruit and train exceptional young people who represent racial, gender, religious, and regional diversity and are interested in seeking a Foreign Service career in the United States Department of State. Members of previously underrepresented ethnic communities in the Foreign Service, women, and others in financial need are encouraged to apply.
Tom Steel Fellowship — Pride Law Fund
The Tom Steel Post-Graduate Fellowship provides funding for a new lawyer to work in the United States on an innovative, public interest law project that serves the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
The Steel Fellowship is the first fellowship of its kind anywhere in the country. In typical years, the annual Fellowship is a $30,000 award for an individual to complete full-time work for twelve (12) months. Pride Law Fund seeks to fund "cutting edge" projects with the potential to make a lasting impact.
Fund II Foundation UNCF STEM Scholars Program
The Fund II Foundation UNCF STEM Scholars Program will identify 500 African American high school students who are determined to pursue careers in STEM fields. These students will receive scholarships, internships, mentoring and other tools to help them reach their goals. The Fund II Foundation is contributing $48 million for the STEM Scholars Program.
The UNCF STEM Scholarship provides last-dollar funding. The total amount owed to your institution is subtracted with scholarships, grants, and aid in your package along with your expected family contribution (EFC). Your financial aid office calculates your financial package and reports the remaining amount to us. The STEM Scholarship then provides funding up to $2,500 each academic year for freshman and sophomore years and $5,000 for junior and senior years. A $5,000 stipend is available for an approved STEM related internship.
Kosciuszko Foundation Tuition Scholarship
Kosciuszko Foundation Tuition Scholarships fund Polish-speaking American students for graduate studies, such as master's and Ph.D. studies, at U.S. colleges and universities. Scholarships vary from 1,000 to 7,000 dollars. Support is only available for full-time studies in the United States and for English Medical Schools in Poland.
Conservation Internship for Broadening Access (CIBA)
CIBA aims to help diversify the field of museum conservation by introducing students to the field who come from varied economic, cultural, social, and educational backgrounds. Students and recent graduates from Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs) of higher education such as Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs), Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs), and Asian American and Native American Pacific Islander-Serving Institutions (AANAPISIs) are encouraged to apply to this program.
CIBA Interns will: Gain a deeper understanding of museum conservation through multi-disciplinary experiences involving the conservation of objects, paintings, textiles, paper, time-based media, and/or other materials; Increase their knowledge of advanced technology in the field of museum conservation; Learn about topics in museum conservation practices, industry standards, and educational requirements through weekly seminars curated by institutional experts; Hone their research, laboratory, and professional skills through their internship and weekly skill-building seminars..
Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Initiative Internship to Fellowship (I2F) Program
The Smithsonian’s Internship to Fellowship (I2F) Program is a two-tiered learning experience designed to introduce recent college graduates to the diversity of career opportunities within the fields of museum sciences and support. Selected candidates will embark on a 15-week internship in Fall 2019 where they will be placed with a mentor and spend time learning about the Smithsonian, it’s facilities, collections, staff, and it’s role in the global museum and research fields.
This program is made possible through federal support received from the Asian Pacific American Initiatives Pool, administered by the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center and the Smithsonian’s Office of Fellowships and Internships’ Webb Endowment. This program was established to promote the diversity and inclusion of Asian Pacific Americans in the fields of museum studies and support.
During their internship, interns will participate in bi-weekly cohort programming that will give them a broader understanding of where their placement sits in the larger context of the Smithsonian, and explore the many facets of the museum profession through seminars, other cohort members, and site visits.
As part of the program, all interns will learn to develop a fellowship proposal. Interns will work with their mentors and programming staff to conceive a project, research Smithsonian resources needed to complete the project, and write a proposal. Interns interested in continuing with the second half of the program will submit their proposals to a review committee.
James E. Webb Internship
James E. Webb Internship is for Minority Undergraduate and Graduate Students in Business and Public Administration.
These opportunities are intended to increase participation of minority groups who are under-represented in the management of scientific and cultural organizations. Interns are placed in offices, museums, and research institutes throughout the Smithsonian Institution.
The Lunder Fellowship provides opportunities to conduct research and work with the Lunder Consortium for Whistler Studies on programs and publications focusing on James McNeill Whistler and art of the Aesthetic movement. Both emerging and established scholars are invited to apply. The fellowship is offered through the generosity of the Lunder Foundation and administered through the Lunder Consortium for Whistler Studies (comprising the Freer Gallery, the Colby College Museum of Art, the University of Glasgow, and the Art Institute of Chicago). Fellowships are awarded for twelve- to eighteen-month terms.
Scholarships in the College of Communication, Information, and Media
Various scholarships available in the College of Communication, Information, and Media in Ball State University:
Jeff Smulyan College of Communication, Information, and Media Scholarship:
- For incoming first-year students within the College of Communication, Information, and Media (CCIM).
- Supports exceptional students in multi and transmedia fields.
- Recipients represent CCIM at VIP events and gain networking opportunities.
- Requires demonstrated commitment to innovating media.
CICS LGBTQIA+ Scholarship:
- Awarded to students majoring in CICS who identify as LGBTQIA.
- Scholarships of $500 and $1,000 are awarded annually based on fund availability.
- Requires a minimum GPA of 2.75 for application.
Jerry and Krishna Walker Scholarship:
Supports students from traditionally underrepresented minority groups in CICS.
Scholarships of $500 and $1,000 are awarded annually based on fund availability.
Dr. Henry A. Loats Scholarship:
Provides a minimum of $4,000 per year as two $1,000 awards to two students per semester.
Requires a cumulative GPA of 3.5 and can be renewed for the subsequent semester.
Computer Technology Scholarship:
A merit-based scholarship for Computer Technology majors.
Application information is available in the Computer Technology Datacenter community on Canvas.
Communication Studies Scholarships:
- Communication Studies Scholarships ($1,000 each)
- Up to four scholarships are awarded annually.
Communication Studies Scholarships
- Communication Studies Scholarships ($1,500 each):
- Two scholarships are awarded annually.
Robert L. and Sherles K. Barnet Scholarship:
- Renewable scholarship for incoming freshman journalism majors.
- A $500 scholarship can be renewed for three additional years if funding is available.
Freshman Achievement Scholarship:
- One-time, non-renewable award from the School of Journalism and Strategic Communication.
- One-time award of $750 if funding is available.
Holmes-McFadden Journalism Scholarship:
- Renewable award, preference given to incoming minority students.
- A $1,000 scholarship can be renewed for three additional years if funding is available.
- A minimum GPA of 2.7 is required.
Louis E. Ingelhart Scholarship:
- Recognizes outstanding high school journalistic achievement.
- One-time award of $1,500 if funding is available.
Bona Cress Press and Lawrence Press Journalism Scholarship:
- Renewable award for incoming freshman journalism majors.
- Preference for students from traditionally underrepresented groups, non-Indiana residents, and bilingual students.
- A $2,500 scholarship may be renewed for up to three years if funds are available.
Michael Smith Scholarship:
- Renewable scholarship for incoming freshman journalism majors or transfer students with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
- Minimum SAT/ACT scores are required.
- A $1,000 scholarship may be renewed for up to three additional years if funds are available.
Theresa C. and Leonard S. Sowar Journalism Student Scholarship:
- One-time award of $500 if funds are available.
- Incoming freshmen with financial need, preference to Muncie residents.
Continuing Student Scholarships:
- Available for current or returning students.
- Amounts vary between $500-$3,000 per scholarship.
Molly Dailey Internship Scholarship:
- Award to help students with internship-related expenses.
Steve Bell Memorial Scholarship for Ethics in News Reporting:
- Awards students who develop content knowledge and ethical reporting.
- Can be used for tuition, fees, books, and job search-related expenses.
- Supports out-of-state Ball State Esports athletes.
Forrest and Marjorie Martin Graduate Scholarship
The Forrest and Marjorie Martin Scholarships were established as a bequest from the Marjorie N. Martin Trust and Forrest Martin Marital Trust in 2007.
The Graduate Scholarship provides assistance to Eastern Jackson County residents who are full-time graduate students enrolled in at least nine credit hours at an accredited college or university.
TAMU Eppright Outstanding International Student Award
One $2,000 cash award is presented annually to an international student who has excelled in academics, leadership, service, and participation in extracurricular activities. This is the highest honor bestowed on an international student at Texas A&M.
George B. Hightower, P.E. Fellowship
The NSPE Education Foundation George B. Hightower, P.E. Fellowship is awarded annually to a current engineering undergraduate or graduate student who is enrolled in or graduated from, an ABET-accredited engineering program.
A resume or summary of internship co-op experience(s) and involvement in other activities .
The Fellowship award will be disbursed to the recipient’s school in one installment for the next Fall semester.
The Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program
The Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program (JJ/WBGSP) is open to citizens of certain developing countries with relevant professional experience and a history of supporting their countries’ development efforts who are applying to a master degree program in a development-related topic. Subject to available funding, JJWBGSP offers scholarships for 48 Participating Programs at universities in the U.S., Europe, Africa, Oceania, and Japan in key areas of development, including economic policy management, tax policy, and infrastructure management. Please note that if you are not admitted to one of these 48 programs, you are not eligible to apply for a JJWBGSP Scholarship in 2021.
Facebook Fellowship Program
The Facebook Fellowship is a global program designed to encourage and support promising doctoral students who are engaged in innovative and relevant research in areas related to computer science and engineering at an accredited university.
The program is open to students in any year of their PhD study. We also encourage people of diverse backgrounds and experiences to apply, especially those from traditionally underrepresented minority groups. Applications are evaluated based on the strength of the student’s research statement, publication record, and recommendation letters.
Winners of the Fellowship are entitled to receive two years of paid tuition and fees, a $42,000 annual stipend to cover living and conference travel costs, a paid visit to Facebook headquarters for the annual Fellowship Summit, and various opportunities to engage with Facebook researchers.
Facebook Fellowship Award Includes Tuition and fees paid for the academic year (up to two years/four semesters). Paid visit to Facebook headquarters for the annual Fellowship Summit (pending COVID-19 restrictions)