Highlighted below are a listing of relevant fellowship opportunities for Heller students:
• Atlas Corps: Atlas Corps seeks nonprofit leaders from around the world to apply for Fellowships in Latin America. Atlas Corps engages leaders committed to the nonprofit sector in a paid, 12-18 month professional fellowship at organizations to lean best practices, build organizational capacity and return home to create a network of global leaders.
• Boren Fellowships: Funds U.S. graduate students to add an important international and language component to their graduate education through specialization in area study, language study, or increased language proficiency.
• Catholic Relief Services International Development Fellows Program: Gives people who are interested in a career in international relief and development an opportunity to increase their overseas experience and gain exposure to our programs during a one-year placement.
• Alfa/Bosch Fellowships: Bosch Fellowship to Germany (seeking MA’s and PhD’s in Economics, Politics, Media Studies as well Business, Law and Policy). Alfa Fellowship to Russia (seeking MA’s and PhD’s in Economics, Politics, Media Studies as well Business, Law and Policy).
• Education Pioneers Graduate School Fellowship: The Fellowship features high-impact work experience as a project consultant for a leading education organization, professional development workshops that examine complex urban education issues and deepen Fellows' understanding of reform, and access to a robust, nationwide network of industry experts and Alumni.
• Echoing Green Fellowships: Echoing Green’s world-renowned two-year Fellowship program provides more than $2 million in seed funding to a diverse group of the world’s most promising social entrepreneurs. From thousands of applicants, typically fewer than one percent are ultimately selected as Echoing Green Fellows. Those selected receive funding to help launch new organizations; access to Echoing Green’s robust network; leadership development opportunities; and one-to-one support and counseling. Our Alumni Program builds community among our 500+ Fellows dating back to 1987 in order to foster peer learning, shared access to useful resources, and a lifetime commitment to positive social change.
• EMDAP: This is a unique opportunity for students and recent graduates to contribute to emerging market business development by using their knowledge of business management practices to identify business solutions in diverse situations.
• Fulbright US Student Program Fellowships: The Fulbright U.S. Student Program provides grants for individually designed study/research projects or English Teaching Assistantships. A candidate will submit a Statement of Grant Purpose defining activities to take place during one academic year in a country outside the U.S.
• NASI-National Academy of Social Insurance: These programs provide talented students with a substantive learning experience by equipping them with the skills
necessary to become contributors and future leaders in the field of social insurance.
• Emerging Institutions Fellowship Program: The Emerging Institutions Fellowship Program (EIFP) provides hands-on service opportunities for emerging young business leaders (MBA students and business professionals) from around the world in financial institutions and private equity and venture capital firms in Nigeria and South Africa. Through this program, graduate students and mid-level business professionals will participate in a three to 12-month fellowship where they will work with African private equity and venture capital companies to position their portfolio of businesses for future growth.
• Switzer Fellowships: The Robert & Patricia Switzer Foundation drives positive environmental change by recognizing and fostering a diverse network of environmental leaders, and mobilizing them through the Switzer Fellowship Network.
• Kaiser Health Policy Fellowship Database: This database summarizes and links to fellowships and internships in health policy and related fields.
• Presidential Management Fellowship: Fflagship leadership development program at the entry level for advanced degree candidates for two-year appointments in the federal government.
• Rappaport Summer Public Policy Fellowship: Eencourages graduate students to spend part of their careers in public service through a paid, 10-week summer internship in key state and local agencies in the Greater Boston area.
• U.S. Schweitzer Fellows Program: Schweitzer Fellows partner with community-based organizations to identify an unmet health need, design a year-long service project with a demonstrable impact on that need, and bring that project from idea to implementation and impact on top of their usual graduate school responsibilities.
• Boston Area Research Initiative (BARI): BARI works with local scholars and practitioners to develop an interuniversity research partnership that can help spur original urban research on the cutting edge of social science and public policy.