Latest Fellowship Opportunities
UNESCO Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report Fellowship Program 2022: The Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report Fellowship Program, funded by the Open Society Foundation, supports researchers who aim to bring a novel perspective to comparative and international education development to aid the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG 4), the global education goal.
Logan Nonfiction Fellowship Program 2022: The Logan Nonfiction Program is a hybrid fellowship for nonfiction writers, documentary filmmakers, photojournalists, podcasters, and multimedia creators. The fellowship combines virtual and in-person programming in two classes per year of 10-12 fellows per class.
The New York Times Newsroom Fellowship Program 2022: It Is a one-year work program aimed at cultivating the next generation of journalists. The fellowship represents a unique opportunity to do great journalism for The Times.
Jim Leech Mastercard Foundation Fellowship on Entrepreneurship 2021/2022: The Jim Leech Mastercard Foundation Fellowship gives you the confidence, resources, knowledge, network, and financial support to build a startup with an impact.
International Monetary Fund (IMF) Economist Program 2022: They are looking for young economists who want to have an influence on the global stage and who can bring the latest in economic thought and multidisciplinary approaches to help them address key global challenges.
Yale Maurice R. Greenberg World Fellows Program 2022 (Fully-funded): The Program provides World Fellows the opportunity to expand their vision, learn from each other, and grow personally and professionally. World Fellows contribute to Yale’s intellectual life, give talks and participate on panels, collaborate with peers, audit classes, and mentor students.
Google for Startups Accelerator Africa 2021/2022: The accelerator is designed to bring the best of Google’s programs, products, people, and technology to startups that leverage machine learning and AI in their company today or plan in the future.
Georgetown Law Leadership and Advocacy for Women in Africa (LAWA) Fellowship: The LAWA Fellowship Program was founded in 1993 at the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C., in order to train women’s human rights lawyers from Africa who are committed to returning home to their countries in order to advance the status of women and girls in their own countries throughout their careers.