The Art and Justice Fellowship allows John Jay students to study and practice “visual arts as a vehicle for promoting justice and human rights.” Through internships at various sites including but not limited to: the MoMA, the MET, the Bronx Museum, interns will promote social justice and change through the visual arts.
Interns will also have the opportunity to take two academic course over the course of one year. For their commitment to the program, interns will receive a $2,000 stipend
- Strong interest in the visual arts
- Completed at least one 100 level art course at John Jay
- Cover letter explaining the applicant’s interest in the program
- One reference letter
- Unofficial transcript
For more information on the fellowship and details on an upcoming info session, see the attached flyer HERE
The Hope Fund looks for college students who are pursing a future in civic leadership in the non-profit sector. Hope provides accepted students with $350 per week of fulltime work at a Brooklyn-based organization, plus unlimited Metro cards, as well as mentorship and a network of contacts.
You are eligible to apply for the Hope Reichbach Fellowship if you meet all of the following criteria:
- You are a resident of New York City.
- You are a freshman, sophomore, or junior in college.
- You demonstrate financial need.
- You are available for a full time, 10-week long summer internship.
- Completed application form
- Two References
- Short Essays (click link below for details)
- FAFSA worksheet or letter from your school’s Financial Aid Office
Deadline: February 24th, 2017 at 5PM
To learn more about the opportunity or to access the application click HERE.
The America Needs You Fellows Program helps high achieving, first-generation college students succeed in college and their careers. Freshman can also apply! (see eligibility requirements below).
- You are a first-generation college student (neither of my parents have a bachelor’s degree)
- You are a freshman attending a 4-year or community college
- If attending community college, you must intent to transfer to a 4-year school (ANY provides transfer support)
- You are a college freshmen or a college student with no more than 30 credits by by 3/1/2017 if on a semester schedule
- You are available to attend regular Saturday workshops
- You are a U.S. Citizen, Permanent Resident, or eligible for full-time work in the U.S. by July 2017
- You are considered low-income by HUD standards
- Individualized support from a successful professional
- 28 intensive workshops over a 2-year period
- Counseling and academic support, up to $2,000 in grants
- Diverse professionals and internship/job opportunities
The deadline to apply is March 1, 2017.
If you are a freshman, please take advantage of this fantastic opportunity; not many fellowships are available for freshmen! For more information on the America Needs You Fellows Program and how to apply click HERE. If you have any further questions, email Alexander Rendon at email@example.com.
The Dan Quart’s campaign for NYS Assembly is looking for individuals interested in learning how a campaign works and how to help a Democratic Assembly member. No experience is necessary and hours are flexible with a small requirement.
Furthermore, the campaign is offering a fellowship program for applicants who are looking to further their campaign involvement. Fellows will be required to have a greater time commitment than interns and will participate in a Field Organizer Training Program where they will learn the basics of campaign field work, but also gain knowledge about grassroots organizing.
If you have any questions, call 347-520-5422 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The application can be found HERE.
My (Un)Documented Life is a blog whose mission is to post up-to-date information and resources for undocumented immigrants and to provide a sense of community to their diverse group of readers.
My (Un)Documented Life posts scholarship opportunities that are open to undocumented students, ways for navigating the educational systems, information on how to apply for DACA/Advanced Parole, news on DAPA, and much more information.
Opportunities showcased on the blog with upcoming deadlines includes the UCLA Law School Fellows Program, for those who are pursuing top law programs and legal careers, the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship, for those who will be transferring to 4-year colleges, and the Public Policy and International Affairs Program, for those who are pursuing graduate degrees in public policy and international affairs.
To view other opportunities posted on the My (Un)Documented Life blog click HERE.
The Paul and Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans awards thirty New Americans, immigrants or the children of immigrants, who are pursuing any graduate school in the U.S. with up to $20,000 per year for one to two years.
- You must be a green card holder or naturalized citizen if born abroad; a child of parents who were not U.S. citizens at the time of their births; someone born outside the U.S. and adopted by U.S. citizens; a DACA recipient
- You must be a college senior or holder of a bachelor’s degree
- You must not be beyond your second year in the graduate program for which you request support
- You must not yet be 31 years old, as of the November 1 application deadline
The deadline to apply is November 1, 2016.
For more information on the Soros Fellowship Program for New Americans and how to apply click HERE
The Public Policy & International Affairs Program (PPIA) have continuously supported students pursue graduate degrees in public policy and international affairs. The PPIA Fellowship begins with the completion of a Junior Summer Institutes (JSI), a seven week summer program that prepares students for these graduate programs, and other leadership roles.
Students selected for the 2017 JSI Fellowship cohort will study at one of five participating universities: Carnegie Mellon University, Princeton University, University of California, Berkeley, University of Michigan, University of Minnesota.
Students also receive a stipend of up to $1,500, housing at their JSI university, books and materials related to their summer course, and other benefits that can be found on the PPI website, here.
- Must be a United States citizen or legal permanent resident
- UC Berkeley and Princeton University can accept international students who are studying at US institutions.
- Applicants must have an expected graduation date between December 2017 and August 2018.
- Must not have attained a Bachelor’s Degree prior to start of Junior Summer Institute.
- Must be committed to completing a Master’s Degree in public and/or international affairs at one of the PPIA Consortium graduate schools.
- Must be interested in contributing to the diversity of perspectives present in the PPIA Fellowship Program.
The deadline to apply is November 1, 2016.
For more information on the application process follow this link.