Fellowship Opportunities for Individuals with at least a Bachelor’s Degree

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Embark on a transformative journey of professional development with our catalog of fellowship opportunities designed specifically for individuals armed with a Bachelor’s degree. These programs, offered by distinguished institutions such as the Congressional Hunger Center and the White House, provide dynamic experiences in various fields including public policy, peace studies, and social justice. Whether you’re a recent graduate or a seasoned professional seeking to deepen your expertise and make impactful contributions to society, these fellowships offer the chance to engage with key issues at a national and global level while advancing your career trajectory.

Fellowship Opportunities





Congressional Hunger Center Emerson National Hunger Fellows Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship Recent college and graduate school alumni are welcome to apply.
Institute for Women’s Policy Research Mariam K. Chamberlain Fellowship in Women and Public Policy Applicants should have at least a bachelor’s degree in a social science discipline (such as sociology, psychology, education, or public policy), statistics, economics, mathematics or women’s studies. Graduate work is not required.
Teach for America Capitol Hill Fellows Program The Capitol Hill Fellows Program places a group of Teach For America alumni in full-time, paid congressional staff positions on Capitol Hill.
The White House White House Fellows Applicants must have completed their undergraduate education and be working in their chosen professions.
Youth Service Opportunities Project YSOP Fellows Program YSOP Fellows must have a college degree