Perlego $20,000 scholarship

The applications for 2022 open today (April 18th).

The deadline is August 20th.

These are the scholarship details:

  • One grand prize winner will receive a scholarship of $5,000/year for 4 years of college/university. In addition they will receive a 1-3 month internship after graduation.
  • Scholarship is open to current high school and college students meeting the following criteria:
  • Interested in/studying technology, computer science, or engineering
  • Minimum GPA: 3.0

Interested students can go here to learn more: https://www.perlego.com/mission-scholarship-bursary-programme

Future Rivers – Graduate Training Program

Applications are now open for the University of Washington Future Rivers graduate training program for the next cohort year beginning Autumn quarter 2022!

Please help spread the word and encourage any prospective (incoming fall quarter 2022) or current PhD or Masters students in any discipline at the University of Washington to apply.

Future Rivers is an NSF-funded graduate training program building skills in data science, science communication, and social justice to bridge work across all fields to better solve today’s freshwater sustainability challenges.

It is a one-year program that is undertaken alongside any chosen graduate degree. We offer up to 18-months of full funding on a competitive basis.

Applications can be submitted anytime; however, to be considered for funding, submissions need to be received by January 28, 2022.

We request a 1-2 page statement of interest from prospective students and a letter of support from a potential advisor (for new students) or current advisor (for currently enrolled students) – further details can be found in the application form.

FELLOWSHIP//Rockefeller Foundation-Acumen Food Systems Fellowship

Apply by Dec. 1

The Rockefeller Foundation-Acumen Food Systems Fellowship is an intensive, one-year leadership development program offered through Acumen Academy, the world’s school for social change. The inaugural Food Systems Fellowship will introduce moral leadership concepts to a globally diverse cohort of 20 food systems leaders who are creating more inclusive, nourishing and regenerative food systems. With leading food systems facilitators, Fellows will participate in a blend of immersive seminars, workshops, and self-directed leadership experiments. The program will combine in-person and virtual learning over the course of the Fellowship year.

After Year 1 of the Fellowship, Food Systems Fellows will join Acumen’s global community of social innovators building a world without poverty and injustice.

Linda Milbourn Fellowship in Landscape Architecture

Application Deadline: October 31, 2021

The Linda Milbourn Fellowship in Landscape Architecture awards $5,000 per application cycle to one student enrolled in a college/university graduate-level program pursuing a degree in landscape architecture. Eligibility is open to U.S. citizens and resident aliens.

Applicant must demonstrate involvement in an experiential learning project (research, project, plan, or other direct impact/benefit) to a recognized Association member public garden, botanic garden, arboretum or other closely aligned public horticulture institution in the U.S.

  • Project must be coordinated between student, public garden project advisor, and college/university academic or faculty advisor
  • Fellowship recipients are responsible to secure/confirm the ability to conduct the project and/or utilize the garden(s) where it will be undertaken.
  • The project does not need to end before the term of the Fellowship but must begin to occur after the awardee is named.
Apply Now​​​​​​​

Ellis Civic Fellowship

The Ellis Civic Fellowship identifies two students from each incoming class who are committed to serving the community and investing in their own leadership development during their time at the UW!

If selected as an Ellis Fellow, you will receive a scholarship (totaling $12,000 over four years), personalized advising, supported connections with community engaged projects, and opportunities to develop as a civic leader.

The Fellowship is open to students interested in any major of study, as long as you agree to make Public Service, Community Engagement, and Civic Leadership Development key aspects of your time at the UW. Ellis Fellows explore a variety of local non-profit organizations and work with campus and community mentors to develop themselves as civic leaders. This hands-on learning helps you gain experience to prepare you for life beyond college!

HOW DO I APPLY?
Learn more about the fellowship requirements and what makes a good candidate by visiting our website. Email questions about the fellowship or our application process to engage@uw.edu. And be sure to complete the online application by noon on Monday, October 25.