* indicates a Work Experience Fellowship/Professional Internship
AAUW Educational Foundation
Offers a variety of funding opportunities for women. Programs include fellowships or grants for doctoral work & research, career development, community action, teaching in public schools, international students and for study in specific degree programs where women's participation has traditionally been low.
* The Steppingstone Foundation Teaching Fellowship
Steppingstone prepares inner-city sixth-graders to get into, and succeed at, Boston and Philadelphia's top independent schools. The Scholars Program receives more than 300 nominations for the 40 slots available each year. The academic component of the program is an intensive, 14-month schedule of classes during the school year, two summer sessions, and application workshops. The Teaching Fellowship is a one-year program which provides practical experience in curriculum development, teaching, educational leadership, and direct experience in urban education. For more information check the website (click on Boston and/or Philadelphia to find Fellowship info) or contact Elizabeth Carter, Asst. Director of Programs at (617) 423-6300 x224
Deadline: February 1
James Madison Fellowships
This fellowship provides up to $24,000 for graduate study that focuses on the Constitution–its history and contemporary relevance to the practices and policies of democratic government. Junior Fellowships are awarded to students who are about to complete, or have recently completed, their undergraduate course of study and plan to begin graduate work on a full-time basis. Fellows must make a commitment to teach after graduate school. Senior Fellowships are awarded to experienced teachers who wish to undertake work for a graduate degree on a part-time basis through summer and evening classes.
Deadline: March 1, annually
Rotary Grants for University Teachers
This is a grant for higher education faculty to teach at universities or colleges of their choice in underdeveloped countries
Deadline: Late September, annually
* NSF Graduate Teaching Fellows Program at Duke
The NSF Graduate Teaching Fellows Program at Duke, funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF), is a collaborative program between Duke University Marine Laboratory and educators and administrators of Carteret County public schools and is designed to provide Duke NSF Graduate Teaching Fellows the opportunity to combine K-12 teaching experiences with research in the thematic area of Life in Variable and Polluted Marine and Coastal Environments.
* NY Interschool Teaching Fellows Program An Independent School Consortium
A year long school- based teacher training program for first year teachers with at least a BA. Send Resume and cover letter to: Annette Liberson, Director, New York Interschool, 52 East 62nd Street, New York, New York 10021. (212) 758-5413, email@example.com
Deadline: Contact Interschool program
* Athens College Teaching Fellowship
Fellows undertake a wide variety of experiences at the school which broaden their experience of educational institutions and of Greece. Applicants should have an interest in teaching a variety of age-levels; prior experience is helpful but not required. Interested applicants are asked to send a letter of interest, a copy of their curriculum vitae, a transcript of college grades, and two letters of recommendation. Questions about the program should be addressed to: Ms. Sandra Vassos, Trustees of Athens College, 342 Madison Av., Suite 1618, New York, NY 10173.
Deadline: Usually early February - check online application packet
* NYC Teaching Fellows Program
A two-year commitment to work in a New York City public school. Requirements: Bachelor's Degree, Minimum GPA of 3.0, US citizen or permanent resident with a valid green card, English fluency, no current or expired eligibility for teacher certification in New York, cannot have worked as a full-time, uncertified teacher (PPT) in NYC at any time since September 2000, cannot have completed a teacher education program. Fellows receive the same salary and benefits as othe New York City teachers. During training, Fellows receive a stipend of approximately $3,000.
Deadline: Rolling, various due dates
The Pike School in Andover, Massachusetts offers a Graduate Intern Program leading to Massachusetts Initial Licensure and a Master's Degree in Elementary Education.
Youth Organizations Umbrella - The fellowship offers graduate and upper-undergraduate students a full-time opportunity to learn best-practices in youth development and to prepare for a career in youth development, education, or the non-profit sector.
Deadline: April Deadline