The Center for Global Education advises CMC students and alumni for a number of national fellowships and scholarships. These awards include Fulbright, Truman, Rhodes, Marshall, Goldwater, Udall, and Gates-Cambridge. The awards range from full to partial funding and can support public service, independent projects, and post-graduate study in the U.S. and abroad.
We administer competitions for sophomores, juniors, and seniors that require institutional nomination to external programs, and also advise students regarding their applications for direct-apply fellowships (fellowships that don't require a nomination from CMC).
Resources available to you through the Center for Global Education include:
- counseling on which fellowship opportunities fit you best;
- guidance on the application process;
- providing feedback on your personal statements and project proposals;
- interview preparation;
- sources for finding fellowships, writing applications, and asking for letters of recommendation.
Opportunities by field
International Relations, Political Science, Public Policy, Development, Government
Professions (Business Administration, Cultural Management, Journalism, Law, Higher Education)
Social Justice, Peace, Liberty
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Above Fulbright photo, pictured from left to right: Taryn Akiyama (2014), English Teaching Grant, Turkey; Chloe Hauenstein (2014), Research Grant, India; Laila Heid (2014), English Teaching Grant, Brazil; Minger Bropleh (2014), Research Grant, South Korea; Grant Gaither (2014), English Teaching Grant, Spain; and Monica Cason (2014), English Teaching Grant, Poland. Not pictured: Emmy Mildenberg (2014), English Teaching Grant, South Korea, and Ian McGinnity (2010), Research Grant, Armenia.
Gavin Landgraf '14 was awarded a highly-competitive George J. Mitchell Scholarship to study natural resource economics at National University Ireland, Galway. To read more: Gavin Landgraf ’14 among only 12 in nation awarded Mitchell Scholarship