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External Scholarships

Colin Powell School for Civic and Global Leadership

External Scholarships



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AIF/William J. Clinton Fellowship for Service

U.S. citizen/ permanent resident or citizen of India; 21-34 years of age; Bachelor's Degree at start of program; Language skills not required preferred

International Development, public health, education and quality of life issues in India.

10-month placement in NGO in India to work on sustainable and scalable projects in the areas of public health, education, and livelihoods.

 February, 2014


Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (CEIP) Junior Fellows Program


Must be eligible to work in U.S. for full 12 months from August 1 through July 31. 

Senior or student graduated during past academic year (cannot have started grad school)

International Policy Research

1 year fellowship to work as research assistant to a Carnegie Endowment senior associate.

November 27, 2013

Contact the City College Honors Center for more information 

Boren Fellowship

US Citizen, enrolled in or applying to graduate school

Diplomacy, language study

3 months – 2 years of study and language in an area deemed critical to national security concerns



Environmental Protection Agency Fellowships

USA citizen/ permanent residents Must be enrolled in a college or University for their last two years.

Environmentally related fields of study.

Receive support for their junior and senior years of undergraduate study and for an internship at an EPA facility.

$7,200 per year of academic support and up to $8,600 of internship for 3 month experience

Not available 2013


Humane Studies Fellowships

Enrolled in or accepted to full-time graduate program

The intellectual and institutional foundations of a free society

$2000-$15000 per year for graduate school for students



Alexander von Humboldt Foundation German Chancellor Scholarship for Prospective Leaders

Citizen of the U.S., Russian Federation or the People's Republic of China; Bachelor's Degree holder


Supports a 10-month independent project, carried out in partnership with a host from a German University (applicants must secure partnership before applying)



James Madison Fellowship

U.S. Citizen, applying for a master's degree who wishes to become a teacher of American history, government or social studies

Teaching social studies, government, or American history (grades 7-12)

Funding for Master's Degree program

3/1/14 (before 5 p.m. CST)


Anna Sobol Levy Fellowship

U.S. Citizen

B.A. by start of program

Under 30 years of age

International Relations, military studies, economic geography, international relations, political science, or history. Career goals in the armed services, diplomatic corps, international relations, or government or public service.

1-2 years of graduate study at Rothberg International School, Hebrew University



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