Deadlines

Service, Postgraduate, International Student

Immigrant Justice Corps Community Fellowships - direct application deadline

Mar 29, 2019
Eligible: applicants must be eligible for work authorization in the U.S. for the full two years of the fellowship (DACA recipients are welcome to apply to Immigrant Justice Corps, and comprise a significant percentage of the Fellows named each year). They must speak another language in addition to English (Spanish is in the highest demand, but Fellows who speak Mandarin, Haitian Creole, French, Arabic, Korean, and Urdu have been named). You may apply as a college senior or during the year after graduation (in spring 2019, members of the classes of 2017, 2018, and 2019 are eligible to apply).

Each year Immigrant Justice Corps awards two-year Community Fellowships to exceptional seniors and recent college graduates with the linguistic skills, passion, and cultural competency to work with diverse immigrant communities. IJC trains Fellows to be experts in immigration law and advocacy. Community Fellows conduct outreach, screen, and aid immigrants with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (“DACA”), Temporary Protected Status (“TPS”), Green Card, citizenship applications, and more. Community Fellows become Board of Immigration Appeals Partially Accredited Representatives and are placed in community-based organizations in and around New York City and surrounding counties. IJC Fellows serve for two years and are provided a full salary and benefits.

Questions?  Any prospective Wellesley applicants are welcome to seek advice from the Fellowships team by dropping in virtually or in person to Fellowship Pop-Ups (see events listings) or by booking an appointment as available through Handshake.  

Postgraduate, Travel

Teach for Thailand - winter cycle direct application deadline

Mar 31, 2019
Eligible: rising seniors and recent alumnae; teaching experience and ESL/TEFL/equivalent are helpful but not required; experience living/working in a foreign country desirable.

TTC places American graduates in underserved Thai schools as English language teachers. TTC believes that language skills are an essential foundation for a better life and a better world. Thai students equipped with English proficiency are positioned to succeed in school, work, and life, and to make an impact in their communities. Teach Thailand Corps has learned from and adapted elements of the Peace Corps philosophy of service and learning.

Benefits: housing, a monthly stipend, domestic work-related travel, and work permit and visa; airfare not covered.

Research/Gradschool, International Student, Postgraduate

Mississippi Teacher Corps - regular admittance direct application deadline

Apr 1, 2019
Eligible: rising seniors from any majors except education from any country; minimum GPA 3.0.

The Mississippi Teacher Corps (MTC) selects exceptional college graduates to teach in high-poverty public schools in Mississippi. Each year, MTC accepts between 25-35 candidates.  Due to the size of the program, MTC can offer individualized support. All participants move as a cohort through each stage of the training and coursework. The MTC Class of 2019 will begin the program May 30th, 2019.

Benefits: training, support, certification, and a full scholarship for a Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) from the University of Mississippi; during the school year, participants receive full pay and benefits from their school district and attend graduate classes at the University of Mississippi.

Questions?  Any prospective applicants are welcome to seek advice from the Fellowships team at our Friday Pop-ups at the Lulu or through appointments as available through Handshake. 

International Student, Service, Undergraduate, Postgraduate

Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund - direct application deadline

Apr 1, 2019
Eligible: graduate or undergraduate students living in the U. S. and planning to enroll in an accredited school. Grantees must receive college credits for the time period covered by their grant. U.S. citizenship is not required.

The Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund aids people active in movements for social and economic justice. These need-based scholarships are awarded to students who are able to do academic work at the college or university level or are enrolled in a trade or technical program and who are active in the progressive movement. Early recipients worked for civil rights, against McCarthyism and for peace in Vietnam. Recent grantees have been active in the struggle against racism, sexism, homophobia and other forms of oppression; building the movement for economic justice; and creating peace through international anti-imperialist solidarity. Applicants must have participated in activities in the US, and there is a strong preference for applicants who plan on working in this country.

Undergraduate, Internship, International Student

Albright Institute Wintersession 2020 - application deadline

Apr 1, 2019
Eligible: current sophomores and juniors at Wellesley (i.e. members of the class of 2020 and 2021) from any country.

The Albright Institute seeks scientists and artists, engineers and historians, risk takers and team players, and current sophomores and juniors with a desire to address the world's pressing global challenges.

Does that sound like you?

If so, please consider attending an information session to learn more about the application process. Information sessions dates are below and more information can also be found on our website.

Travel, Undergraduate

Freeman-ASIA Study Abroad Scholarships - direct application deadline

Apr 5, 2019
Eligible: undergraduates with a minimum 2.8 GPA who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents; demonstrate financial need to study abroad in East or Southeast Asia; must have at least one term of enrollment remaining upon return from studying abroad; must currently receive need-based financial aid or demonstrate a verifiable need for financial assistance to study abroad; program length must be at least 8 weeks for a summer term, 10 weeks for a quarter term, and 12 weeks for a semester term; must have little or no previous experience in the proposed country of study; must have applied or have been accepted to a study abroad based program in: Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Laos, Macao, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam.

The Freeman-ASIA program, administered by IIE and funded by the Freeman Foundation, is designed to support U.S. based undergraduates with demonstrated financial need who are planning to study abroad in East or Southeast Asia.

*Wellesley College students interested in applying for the Freeman-ASIA must first discuss their study abroad plans with the Office of International Study (http://www.wellesley.edu/ois).

Questions?  Any prospective applicants are welcome to seek advice from the Fellowships team at our Friday Pop-ups at the Lulu or through appointments as available through Handshake.  

Undergraduate

Three Generations Prize for Writing about Science & Writing about Social Science and The Kathryn Wasserman Davis ’28 Art Prize for Writing - application deadline

Apr 10, 2019
Eligible: all Wellesley College students.

The Writing Program invites student submissions for three $300 cash prizes to be awarded for excellent writing on topics in the sciences, social sciences, and writing about art. Please see the attached posters for specific details on each prize.

In reading submissions for these prizes, the judges look for a full and complex argument that is clearly stated and well supported by evidence; argumentation that is accurate and appropriate to the discipline; and a level of diction that is clear and comprehensible to any intelligent reader.

  • This competition is open to all Wellesley College students.
  • Papers written during the Spring 18, Fall 18, and Spring 19 semesters, including those written for independent studies or courses taken at another campus, are eligible.
  • Each student may submit only one paper.
  • Honors theses are not eligible. A paper being submitted for another prize (e.g. sponsored by a department) is also ineligible. Similarly, a student may not submit the same essay for two Writing Program competitions.
Travel, Postgraduate, International Student

North American Language and Culture Assistants in Spain - application deadline

Apr 10, 2019
Eligible: rising seniors and recent alumni who are Canadian or US native speakers of French or English, and who have intermediate-level Spanish; previous teaching experience or experience living abroad may be an advantage.

Positions are available in K-12 schools throughout Spain for the academic year, to help to increase Spanish students' knowledge of English or French and North American culture Benefits: monthly stipend; airfare and housing not covered. 

Details and application via the official website.

Questions?  Any prospective applicants are welcome to seek advice from the Fellowships team : check Career Education events listings for opportunities to drop in virtually or in-person to Fellowship Pop-Up Advising, or book an appointment as available through Handshake.

International Student, Undergraduate

Wellesley College Art Department Mary Clothier Slade Summer Fellowship - direct application deadline

Apr 12, 2019
Eligible: Rising sophomore, junior, and senior Art History and Studio majors and minors of any nationality.

The Slade Summer Fellowships provide financial aid for current Wellesley students to pursue educational opportunities in the summer months. Art History students must apply this funding to an unpaid summer internship in a museum, gallery, or organization that will give them experience in the field. Studio students must apply this funding to the costs associated with approved summer study for transfer credit in Berlin and Siena or to an unpaid summer internship in a museum, gallery, or organization that will give them experience in the field.

Travel, Undergraduate

2019 Curtis Scholarship - direct application deadline

Apr 21, 2019
Eligible: U.S. citizens between the ages of 16 and 20 (by the time of application) with limited past overseas travel and a family household income under $85,000; those from minority and underrepresented communities are strongly encouraged to apply.

The 2019 Curtis Scholarship is an annual leadership development program to support youth ages 16-20 from underserved communities in the U.S. who embody the values of global citizenship.  Curtis Scholars will be invited to join a 10 day learning trip to South Africa, and one advocacy trip to Global Citizen Week Events in NYC. Joined by members of the Global Citizen staff, the Curtis Scholars will explore social issues, innovative international organizations and cultural sites with a focus on poverty alleviation in Global Citizen's issue areas. Our mission is to foster global citizenship through empowering youth from underrepresented groups with the skills and tools to become dynamic change-makers for local to global impact.

International Student, Travel, Postgraduate

Interac - expected spring direct application deadline

May 1, 2019
Eligible: rising seniors and alumnae who are native English speakers; teaching experience and basic Japanese is a plus.

Interac is Japan's leading private provider of Assistant Language Teachers (ALTs). Our highly motivated and qualified teachers serve thousands of schools and boards of education throughout every region of Japan, working with children from kindergarten to high school.

**Please note that Interac accepts applications year-round but recruits annually in the spring (apply by early November) and fall (apply by early May).

Benefits: monthly stipend, help arranging housing; housing and airfare costs are not covered.

Questions?  Any prospective applicants are welcome to seek advice from the Fellowships team at our Friday Pop-ups at the Lulu or through appointments as available through Handshake.

Postgraduate

True Spark Fellowship and the Priya Haji Fellowship - direct application deadline

May 1, 2019
Eligible: the True Spark Fellowship (TSF) is open to those who identify as Black and/or Latinx. The Priya Haji Fellowship (PHF) is open to individuals who identify as women, trans-women, genderqueer, cisgender, or non-binary. All applicants must be between 21-25 years old and eligible to work in the United States without sponsorship. Applicants must not be on a student visa, on a visa of another type, or in the country under other circumstances that would prevent them from receiving the fellowship stipends.

True Ventures fellowships are designed to give recent college graduates and graduate-age professionals who are passionate about entrepreneurship an opportunity to forge their paths in the startup world. The True Spark Fellowship is open to those who identify as Black and/or Latinx, and the Priya Haji Fellowship is for those who identify as women. Fellows are paired with True Ventures portfolio companies in the San Francisco Bay Area, where they work for nine months. During their fellowships, participants develop foundational skills to help them build careers at high-growth technology startups.

Research/Gradschool, International Student, Undergraduate

Wellesley's Samuel and Hilda Levitt Fellowship - expected campus application deadline

May 25, 2019
Rising seniors planning to enroll in a 360 course in the first semester of their senior year, who have the approval of their thesis advisor and department, are eligible to apply.

The Samuel and Hilda Levitt Fellowships are intended to support the thesis work of nine honors students, three each in the humanities, the social sciences and the sciences. Each fellowship consists of $3500 and is awarded in the spring of the recipient’s junior year, so that it can facilitate honors work, both during the summer preceding the senior year, if needed, and during the senior year. The fellowship is also intended to recognize students with a commitment to service.

**Please note this is the expected deadline— deadlines typically fall in late May each year; feel free to explore the program website for further updates as they are available!

Postgraduate, International Student

Wellesley's Alice C. Cole ’42 Wellesley College Graduate Fund

May 30, 2019
Wellesley College graduates of the past 5 years or those within 5 years of finishing a graduate degree in fine art or a related field, who are practicing artists.

For creation and exhibition of painting and sculpture

The Alice C. Cole ’42 Wellesley College Graduate Fund provides project-based support to Wellesley College graduates for the development, production, and exhibition of new work in painting or sculpture. The fund enables promising Wellesley College artist graduates to set aside time for artistic development as well as to purchase materials, rent studio space, or access facilities for the creation of new projects. The award does not provide workspace on campus, but does present an opportunity to exhibit the work formally at Wellesley College. Each recipient will receive funds up to $5000, depending on the proposed project and proposal. Grant recipients are invited to present all or a portion of the supported work in an exhibition at the Jewett Art Gallery or a comparable campus gallery in the fall following award.

Eligible applicants have graduated from Wellesley within the past 5 years OR are Wellesley graduates within five years of completing a graduate degree in fine art or another field, and who are actively practicing artists who may be professionals in any field. 

Applications are typically due at the end of May; contact the Wellesley Art Department for details.

Research/Gradschool, International Student, Travel, Postgraduate

Schwarzman Scholars Program - direct application deadline for applicants from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Macao

May 31, 2019
Eligible: citizens of any nation (though this May deadline is specifically for applicants who hold passports from Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Macao) who are rising seniors or recent graduates under the age of 29. All applicants must have strong English language skills. Proficiency in Mandarin is not required, but would certainly be an asset.

Each new cohort of Schwarzman Scholars will join a global network of the world's most talented young leaders, helping to build stronger links between China and a rapidly changing world. The Schwarzman Scholars experience is anchored in a rigorous and innovative Master’s of Global Affairs degree program at Tsinghua University, one of the country's leading universities. Drawing on the best traditions of Tsinghua and top academic institutions around the world, the curriculum bridges the academic and professional worlds to educate students about leadership and about China's expanding role in the world.

The program also provides Scholars with unparalleled learning opportunities with leaders from China and the world through high-level interactions at lectures, an internship program, a mentors network, and intensive deep-dive travel seminars.

**Please note this is the deadline for applicants who hold passports from Mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Macao.  Even though you don't need to apply for the Schwarzman through Wellesley, any interested Wellesley students or graduates are warmly encouraged to seek advice from Wellesley's Fellowships team. Simply drop by virtually or in person to Fellowships Pop-Up Advising (details via events listings), or book a Fellowships advising appointment via Handshake to talk one-on-one in person, via telephone or video chat, year 'round.

 

Research/Gradschool, Postgraduate, International Student

Rotary Peace Fellowships - direct application deadline

May 31, 2019
Eligible: graduating seniors and alumnae from any country who are proficient in English.

Through academic training, practice, and global networking opportunities, the Rotary Peace Centers program develops leaders who become catalysts for peace and conflict prevention and resolution. These fellowships cover tuition and fees, room and board, round-trip transportation, and all internship and field-study expenses.  Each year, the Rotary Foundation awards up to 50 fellowships for master’s degrees and 50 for certificate studies at premier universities around the world.  For details, see https://www.rotary.org/en/our-programs/peace-fellowships.

Questions?  Any prospective applicants are welcome to seek advice from the Fellowships team at our Friday Pop-ups at the Lulu or through appointments as available through Handshake. 

Internship

Summer Internship Credit

Jun 5, 2019
Current first-years, sophomores, juniors, and seniors graduating after summer 2019

Wellesley College offers co-curricular (non-academic) credit for internships and research opportunities that expand students’ learning beyond the classroom and contribute to students’ professional development. Initiated in 2016 as a joint effort between the Committee on Curriculum & Academic Policy (CCAP) and Wellesley Career Education, the Summer Internship Credit program was established to broaden our students’ eligibility for internships and other experiential learning. Knowing that many employers require academic credit for internships, we saw an opportunity to align workplace learning with the academic experience.

Assuming an experience meets the standards outlined by Wellesley Career Education, Wellesley College awards transcript credit for summer internships (May to August). Serving as a critical extension of our students’ education, such credit-worthy experiences provide a learning foundation for professional development as it directly relates to a Wellesley liberal arts degree.

Travel, Postgraduate

Teach and Learn with Georgia - direct application deadline

Jul 1, 2019
Eligible: rising seniors and alumnae who are native English speakers.

Volunteer teachers will stay in Georgia for at least one year and experience once in a lifetime opportunities, such as getting familiarized with amazing Georgian customs and traditions by living with local families, experiencing unique Georgian folklore and cuisine by socializing with local communities, and learning the Georgian language, one of the 14 existing alphabets in the world, should they wish to do so.

** Please note July 1, 2019 is the application deadline, but early applications are encouraged.

Benefits: monthly stipend, housing, insurance, round-trip airfare, local cell phone.

Questions?  Any prospective applicants are welcome to seek advice from the Fellowships team at our Friday Pop-ups at the Lulu or through appointments as available through Handshake.

Research/Gradschool, International Student, Travel, Postgraduate

Wellesley optional priority draft deadline - Fulbright, Marshall, Rhodes, Schwarzman, Knight-Hennessy, and Watson

Aug 1, 2019
Those planning to apply to Fulbright, Watson, Marshall, Rhodes, Schwarzman, and/or Knight-Hennessy fellowships.

Plan ahead and give yourself a head-start! 

August 1 is the optional priority deadline for Wellesley applicants for the Fulbright, Watson, Marshall, Rhodes, Schwarzman, and/or Knight-Hennessy: if you get drafts to fellowships@wellesley.edu by this deadline you are guaranteed feedback before campus deadlines, and you'll get priority in the booking of advising appointments.

(Applicants who miss the draft deadline will be accommodated time-permitting, after those who met the deadline.)

*Please note that RHODES Scholarship rules prohibit applicants from seeking or receiving feedback of any kind on their essays, but the resume or list of activities and awards MAY be discussed, along with advice on choice of recommenders, plans for study at Oxford, etc. Note, too, that some Rhodes competitions have deadlines on or before August 1, including the Rhodes Scholarships for India and New Zealand. Please plan ahead, and best of luck!

Research/Gradschool, International Student, Travel, Postgraduate

Canada Rhodes Scholarship - expected campus deadline

Aug 23, 2019
Eligible: graduating seniors and alumnae from Canada in any field.

The mission of the Rhodes Scholarship is "to identify and develop leaders to achieve public good." Each year, there are eleven Scholarships available for Canada, to support postgraduate study at Oxford.

**Please note this is the expected deadline— this deadline typically falls towards the end of August each year. 

Any prospective applicants are encouraged to seek advice ahead of time from Kate Dailinger of Wellesley's fellowships office: https://www.wellesley.edu/careereducation/fellowships-and-scholarships.  Note that it's smart to plan ahead-- advising appointments are available all summer long, via telephone and video chat, as well as in person: book a summer appointment now!

Research/Gradschool, Travel, Postgraduate

U.S. Rhodes Scholarship - expected campus deadline

Aug 23, 2019
Eligible: graduating seniors and alumnae in any field who are U.S. citizens.

The mission of the Rhodes Scholarship is "to identify and develop leaders to achieve public good." Each year, there are thirty-two Scholarship available for the United States, to support postgraduate study at Oxford.

**Please note this is the expected deadline— this deadline typically falls towards the end of August each year. 

Any prospective applicants are encouraged to seek advice ahead of time from Kate Dailinger of Wellesley's fellowships office: https://www.wellesley.edu/careereducation/fellowships-and-scholarships.  Note that it's smart to plan ahead-- advising appointments are available all summer long, via telephone and video chat, as well as in person: book a summer appointment now!

Research/Gradschool, Travel, Postgraduate

Marshall Scholarship - expected campus deadline

Aug 23, 2019
Eligible: graduating seniors and recent alumnae in any field who are U.S. citizens.

Marshall Scholarships finance young Americans of high ability to study for a degree in the United Kingdom. Up to forty scholars are selected each year to study at the graduate level at an UK institution in any field. As they gain a lasting understanding of British society, Marshall Scholars strengthen the enduring relationship between the British and American people, their governments and their institutions. Scholars’ direct engagement with Britain through its best academic programs contributes to their personal growth and ultimate success.

**Please note this is the expected deadline— this deadline typically falls towards the end of August each year. 

Any prospective applicants are encouraged to seek advice ahead of time from Kate Dailinger of Wellesley's fellowships office: https://www.wellesley.edu/careereducation/fellowships-and-scholarships.  Note that it's smart to plan ahead-- advising appointments are available all summer long, via telephone and video chat, as well as in person: book a summer appointment now!

Research/Gradschool, Travel, Postgraduate

Mitchell Scholarship Program - expected campus deadline

Aug 23, 2019
Eligible: graduating seniors and recent alumnae in any field who are U.S. citizens.

The Mitchell Scholarship Program, named to honor former US Senator George Mitchell's pivotal contribution to the Northern Ireland peace process, is designed to introduce and connect generations of future American leaders to the island of Ireland, while recognizing and fostering intellectual achievement, leadership, and commitment to community and public service. Up to twelve Mitchell Scholars are chosen annually for one year of postgraduate study in any discipline offered by institutions of higher learning in Ireland and Northern Ireland.

**Please note this is the expected deadline— this deadline typically falls towards the end of August each year. 

Any prospective applicants are encouraged to seek advice ahead of time from Kate Dailinger of Wellesley's fellowships office: https://www.wellesley.edu/careereducation/fellowships-and-scholarships.  Note that it's smart to plan ahead-- advising appointments are available all summer long, via telephone and video chat, as well as in person: book a summer appointment now!  

Research/Gradschool, Travel, Postgraduate

Fulbright U.S. Student Program - expected campus deadline

Aug 23, 2019
Eligible: graduating seniors and alumnae in any field who are U.S. citizens.

The Fulbright US Student Program provides grants to increase cultural ties and mutual understanding between Americans and communities abroad. Fulbright Grants offer you many terrific postgraduate opportunities—from scientific research to the practice of an art to the teaching of English, in more than 140 countries. 

**Please note this is the expected deadline— this deadline typically falls towards the end of August each year. 

This is the deadline by which to apply for the Fulbright with the support of the Wellesley Fulbright committee.  You can apply directly for the Fulbright, but why not get help if you can? Any prospective applicants are encouraged to seek advice ahead of time from Kate Dailinger of Wellesley's fellowships office: https://www.wellesley.edu/careereducation/fellowships-and-scholarships.  Note that it's smart to plan ahead--advising appointments are available all summer long, via telephone and video chat, as well as in person: book a summer appointment now!

Undergraduate, International Student, Research/Gradschool

Daniels Fellowship - expected application deadline

Sep 26, 2019
Eligible: seniors in good standing at Wellesley.

The Daniels Fellowship is a merit award intended to encourage the maverick spirit at Wellesley. It provides an opportunity for a senior to envision and carry out a piece of work that she would love to do before she graduates—a work of imagination as well as intellect, a worthy and vivid dream project that explores who she is as well as what she knows.

**Please note this is the expected deadline— deadlines typically fall at the end of September each year.  Details and application information may be found on the Daniels website.  Please note applications are due by noon on the day of the application deadline.

Questions?  Any prospective applicants are welcome to seek advice from the Fellowships team at our Fellowship Pop-up Advising (see Events listings on this website for details) or through appointments as available through Handshake.  

Research/Gradschool, Travel, Postgraduate, Service

Fulbright U.S. Student Program - direct application deadline

Oct 8, 2019
Eligible: graduating seniors and graduates in any field who are U.S. citizens.

The Fulbright US Student Program provides grants to increase cultural ties and mutual understanding between Americans and communities abroad. Fulbright Grants offer many terrific postgraduate opportunities—from scientific research to the practice of an art to the teaching of English, in more than 140 countries. 

This is the deadline if you are applying directly for the Fulbright, as opposed to applying with the support of the Wellesley Fulbright committee, but why wouldn't you want the support of the Wellesley committee? The campus committee wants to help every Wellesley senior or graduate put forward the strongest possible application: the campus deadline is typically in August, to give the committee time to read and applicants the chance to take advantage of the committee's advice as they finalize their applications ahead of the national deadline.

*Any Wellesley student or graduate interested in the Fulbright is warmly encouraged to seek application advice from the Fellowships team.  Note that it's smart to plan ahead, given the large number of fellowship deadlines in September and October and the large number of Wellesley applicants. Advising appointments are available all summer long, via telephone and video chat, as well as in person: book an appointment via Handshake  and beat the rush! Or drop by Fellowships Pop-Ups virtually or in person (details via events listings).

Undergraduate, Research/Gradschool, International Student

Jerome A. Schiff Fellowship - expected application deadline

Oct 14, 2019
Eligible: Wellesley students enrolled in a 360 in the fall or intending to enroll in a 360 in spring.

A generous gift from the Jerome A. Schiff Charitable Trust allows Wellesley to support students pursuing independent research projects through the senior Honors thesis program.  The fellowships are awarded on the basis of merit, and the number of fellows each year is determined by available funding and the number of qualified applicants.

**Please note this is the expected deadline— deadlines typically fall in October each year. Details and application information available via the Schiff website.  

Questions?  Any prospective applicants are welcome to seek advice from the Fellowships team at our Fellowship Pop-ups (details via the Events listings on this website) or through appointments as available through Handshake.  

International Student, Service, Postgraduate

San Francisco Fellows Program - expected direct application deadline

Dec 4, 2019
Eligible: college graduates who earned their undergrad degree between 2015 and 2020. Please note U.S. citizenship is not required but the City and County of San Francisco does not sponsor visas; all Fellows must be able to demonstrate that they are legally able to work in the U.S. without visa sponsorship by the employer.

The mission of the San Francisco Fellows program is to foster community stewardship by preparing recent college graduates for roles in public service and administration.  The Fellows program is a unique opportunity to learn about public administration in local government while working full time as a City employee. Competitively selected applicants will join a cohort of up to 18 Fellows for an 11.5-month full-time work experience as City employees. Fellows earn an annualized salary of approximately $55,000, plus health, dental, retirement and other benefits.  Fellows are placed in various departments and work on programs and projects that have a direct impact on City operations across a broad range of City functions and departments, involving analysis, planning, and program development.

Undergraduate

True Entrepreneur Corps - expected direct application deadline

Jan 10, 2020
Eligible: undergraduates who are about to begin their junior or senior years of study and are eligible to work without sponsorship in the United States. Students with all majors and educational interests are encouraged to apply.

Established in 2009, the True Entrepreneur Corps (TEC) fellowship brings 12 rising college juniors and seniors from across the country to the Bay Area to spend the summer with True Ventures portfolio companies. For those interested in technology and startups, becoming a TEC Fellow can be a life-changing experience.

**Please note this is the expected deadline— deadlines typically fall in January each year; feel free to explore the program website for further updates as they are available!