Info sessions schedule and registration
FALL 2020 INFORMATION SESSIONS
Critical Language Scholarship info session
Click here to view the presentation from September 15, 2020
The CLS is a fully-funded summer intensive language learning program, for fourteen less-commonly taught langauges.
Gilman Scholarship info session
Click here to view thepresentation from September 16, 2020
The Gilman Scholarship funds undergraduate study abroad to more than 140 different countries, for a summer, semester, or academic year.
Payne International Development Fellowship info session
Click here to view the presentation from September 17, 2020
The Payne International Development Fellowship fully funds a two-year Masters degree program, followed by employment with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID).
Foreign Affairs IT Fellows Program (FAIT)
Click here to watch the presentation from October 27, 2020
The FAIT funds sophomores for their last two years of undergrad, or seniors for a two-year Master's program, after which Fellows work oversaeas as IT professionals in Embassies and Consulates of the United States.
GOLWATER SCHOLARSHIP info session
Click here to view the presentation from October 28, 2020
The Goldwater Scholarship funds sophonores and juniors in STEM fields who intend to pursue a career in research science.
UDALL SCHOLARSHIP info session
Click here to view the presentation from October 29, 2020
The Udall Scholarship funds sophomores and juniors in any major who intend to puruse a career in environmental policy.
BOREN AWARDS info session
Click here to view the presentations from November 3, 2020
Boren Scholarships for undergraduate students in all majors, and Boren Fellowships for graduate students in all fields of study fund study and research abroad, outside of Western Europe. The presentarion will be given by IIE/Boren staff.
TRUMAN SCHOLARSHIP info session
Click here to view the presentation from November 4, 2020
The Truman Scholarship funds juniors in all majors who intend to pursue a career in public policy or public administration. Funding is provided for graduate school.
NIH RESEARCH AWARDS info session
Click here to view the presentations from November 10, 2020
The NIH provides a paid Summer Internship Program for both undergraduate and graduate students in applied scientific fields (pre-health espeically), as well as a Post-baccalauerate Intramural Research Training Award (IRTA) for recent graduates, for paid work at an NIH Center or Institute.
POSTGRADUATE OPPORTUNITIES info session
Click here to view the presentation from November 11, 2020
We will review paid postgraduate opportunities in leadership including the Gaither Junior Fellows Program, Humanity in Action, and the FAO Schwarz Fellows Program.
IMPORTANT! For most of these awards, only U.S. citizens can apply.
International students looking for funding should go to the International Students page of our website.
Undocumented students should go to the Undocumented students page of our website.