Fellowships + Grants

 

The Center offers funding and resources to scholars and students studying international affairs.

For more information, contact Amalia Teglas.

Whether you are just beginning your academic career, a graduate student, recent graduate, or scholar, we hope to further your academic endeavors by connecting you to opportunities that foster self-development and to make it a worthwhile learning experience.

We encourage you to take advantage of these opportunities!

RELATED PROGRAMS

Deadlines & Announcements

Carnegie's James C Gaither Junior Fellows Program provides an opportunity for approximately 12 students who desire careers in international affairs to have a substantive one-year working experience in Washington, DC. Junior Fellows work as research assistants to scholars working at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

James C Gaither Junior Fellows spend one year (beginning August 1st) at Carnegie in Washington, DC.  Positions are full-time and include a salary and benefits package. Review the website for more information on each program/project listed below. 

MIT can nominate no more than two (or three if at least one of those three applicants is from a historically underrepresented group). Applicants must be graduating seniors or students who have completed their bachelor's degree within the past academic year. No one will be considered who has started graduate studies (except those who have recently completed a joint masters/bachelors program).

 

Boren Fellowships, an initiative of the National Security Education Program (NSEP), provide unique funding opportunities for US graduate students to study less commonly taught languages in world regions critical to US interests, and underrepresented in study abroad, including Africa, Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, Eurasia, Latin America, and the Middle East. Boren Fellows represent a vital pool of highly motivated individuals who wish to work in the federal national security arena. In exchange for funding, Boren Fellows commit to working in the federal government for at least one year after graduation. Learn more about the application process here.