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A new post-graduate fellowship has just become available that might be of interest to students: the Math Pioneers Fellowship. It was founded by a former Posse Scholar from another institution and is run by the MATCH School in Boston.  Math Pioneers  provides funding to tutor high school algebra and geometry –  but applicants do not […]

Middlebury alum Dena Simmons ’05 was recently featured by Makers,a dynamic digital platform showcasing hundreds of compelling stories or trailblazing women of today and tomorrow. It’s a  wonderful story about the development of Dena’s professional focus— and a great example of the power of pursuing your passions and the ways that post-graduate path begins to […]

Below are several more scholarship opportunities for work in the Middle East, the Arts, and/or Activism that have come across our desks at the Center for Education in Action these last few days.  Feel free to get in touch with a fellowships advisor for help in putting together an application.  Any questions about the scholarships […]

The James “Rhio” O’Connor Memorial Scholarship Fund is offering its scholarship again this year.  It is an essay contest open to all college students.  The essay subject concerns cancer and the scholarships are $5,000 for first place, $2,000 for second place, and $1,000 for third place.  Students can receive more information and request an application […]

 THE HORSESHOE FARM FELLOWSHIP Unique community based “Gap Year” opportunity for those interested in medicine, healthcare, community health, public health, or other community based service careers.  Students who are selected for this competitive one year (13 month) Fellowship will live in Greensboro, Alabama and will work alongside other outstanding “Horseshoe Farm Fellows” selected from […]

The Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress invites one Middlebury College to serve as a member of the 2012-13 class of Presidential Fellows.  The Center’s Presidential Fellows come to Washington DC to learn about leadership and governance, share research and scholarship, and develop as future leaders in public service.  Up to 75 […]

Summer  Pre-law programs for underrepresented students 1) Summer Research Diversity Fellowships in Law and Social Science for Undergraduate Students 2)

The Jack Kent Cooke Graduate Arts Award is a significant fellowship opportunity for Middlebury seniors and recent alumni who are pursuing graduate education in the performing and visual arts as well as creative writing. Middlebury may present two nominees to be considered for scholarships of up to $50K a year (International students are eligible). Follow this link to materials regarding eligibility […]

Come find out about several different scholarship opportunities that fund undergraduate and graduate study in exchange and/or preparation for public service work. On Wednesday, September 28, 2011, a representative from Boren Awards for International Study will hold an information session from 12:15 – 1:30 in Library 201. Boren Awards provide unique funding opportunities for U.S. […]

The Gates Cambridge Trust and the Gates Scholars Alumni Association (GSAA) will be hosting an online Webinar for prospective US Gates Scholars. This webinar information session will discuss: • How to make an application • Information about undertaking graduate study at the University of Cambridge • The experience of living and working as a Gates […]

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