Fellowship


First Alaskans Institute (FAI) is pleased to announce applications are now being accepted for our 2019 Al Adams Young Political Leader Fellowship to place Alaska Native and rural Alaskans in Washington, D.C. during two back-to-back congressional sessions. This current opportunity is to place a Fellow in the office of Senator Dan Sullivan. To learn more visit here. To apply online visit here.

Highlights of Fellowship

· Six months in length;

· Travel provided to and from Washington, D.C.;

· Bi-weekly stipend pay of $1,200;

· An honorarium of $1,250 at the start of the fellowship;

· An honorarium of $1,250 after successful completion of the fellowship;

· FAI orientation before start of fellowship;

· Fulltime work schedule;

· Hands-on experience working with the congressional process;

· Priority of engaging in and researching Alaska Native issues;

· Post-secondary & higher education degrees or certification NOT required, the right candidate will have the right characteristics and the ability to be high-performing in the work environment; and

· Fellow is expected to secure their own housing and accommodations during Fellowship.

Timeline

· Application due date: Friday, April 19, 2019

· Candidate interviews & reference calls: Monday & Tuesday, April 22 & 23, 2019

· Final selection of fellow: Wednesday, April 24, 2019

· First Alaskans Institute orientation: Monday, May 13, 2019

· Senator Sullivan’s Office orientation: Wednesday, May 15, 2019

· Al Adams Young Political Leader Fellowship: May 15 – October 18, 2019 (Washington, D.C.)

For more information

Please contact Ella Sassuuk Tonuchuk, Indigenous Leadership Continuum Coordinator, at 907-677-1707 or or ellatonuchuk@firstalaskans.org with any questions.

The CIRI Foundation Education Resources handbook contains information from selecting a school to finding an internship. It also includes hundreds of scholarship opportunities across many disciplines- the focus is on Native students, so you do not need to be affiliated with CIRI to benefit from this book.

Click HERE to download your copy now!

 

The NCAI Wilma Mankiller Fellowship Program for Tribal Policy and Governance Fellowship Program provides an exceptional opportunity for emerging young professionals from across Indian Country to work side by side with national leaders in tribal policy. Applicants must have a college degree or equivalent experience.

Timeline: Fellowship Applications will be accepted until 12:00 p.m. EST on March 31, 2019, with decisions made no later than April 30, 2019.

Click HERE for more information or to apply.

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One of the world’s largest sources of funding for graduate women, AAUW is providing $3.9 million in funding for fellowships and grants to 250 outstanding women and nonprofit organizations in the 2018–19 academic year. Due to the longstanding, generous contributions of AAUW members, a broader community of women continues to gain access to educational and economic opportunities — breaking through barriers so that all women have a fair chance.

Fellowship and grant recipients perform research in a wide range of disciplines and work to improve their schools and communities. Their intellect, dedication, imagination, and effort promise to forge new paths in scholarship, improve the quality of life for all, and tackle the educational and social barriers facing women worldwide. AAUW seeks a diverse applicant pool.

Click HERE to learn more.

 

NATIVE AMERICAN RESIDENCY FELLOWSHIPS AT THE VERMONT STUDIO CENTER

This Fellowship program was established in 2011 to support the development of visual artists and the potential for inter-cultural dialog. Each year, the Foundation awards two residency fellowships to Native American visual artists at the Vermont Studio Center. Each Fellow receives a one-month residency, which includes room and board, a private studio, and a $500 travel stipend.

Founded by artists in 1984, the Vermont Studio Center is the largest international artists’ and writers’ Residency Program in the United States, hosting 50 visual artists and writers each month from across the country and around the world. The Studio Center provides 4-12 week residencies on an historic 30 building campus along the Gihon River in Johnson, Vermont, a village in the heart of the northern Green Mountains.

TWO FELLOWSHIPS ARE AWARDED ANNUALLY TO NATIVE AMERICAN VISUAL ARTISTS WHO DEMONSTRATE:
  • Strong artistic ability
  • An evolving practice this is at a pivotal moment in its development
  • A practice that engages a dialogue between the artist’s indigenous world and
    the surrounding culture
APPLICATION PROCESS AND DEADLINES

The annual application deadline is February 15. Artists must apply online. To find out more about this opportunity, please contact David Grozinsky at 802 635-2727 at the Vermont Studio Center or Susan Caraballo at Harpo Foundation.

Click the link below to see fellowship opportunities for graduate students in marine sciences and policy!

UAF Sea Grant Alaska

HEALTH POLICY FELLOWSHIP

Growing the Next Generation of Indian Health Advocates

NIHB Health Policy Fellows are a diverse group of talented Native youth who are dedicated to making a difference in their communities.

Fellows work directly with their Tribal leadership to identify one priority health issue. Then, with the support of program mentors, Fellows learn how to analyze policy in their issue area, create informed recommendations, and advocate for change.

Health Policy Fellows:

  • Learn about the policies that affect the health of Indian people
  • Grow their team-building and leadership skills
  • Educate their Congressional and Tribal leaders on important health issues
  • Learn tips for being effective advocates and community changemakers
  • Present at national conferences and gatherings
  • Contribute to the development of national and Tribal health programs and policies

Apply to Become a Health Policy Fellow

Applications are due March 30, 2019 by 11:59PM.
Download your application here. Then either mail, email or fax your application materials to:

Mailing Address:
National Indian Health Board
Attn: Youth Department
910 Pennsylvania Avenue SE
Washington, DC 20003

Email: wgardner@nihb.org

Fax Number: 1-202-507-4071

Please contact, Dr. Wendee Gardner, NIHB’s Youth Engagement Manager at wgardner@nihb.org or 202-548-7297 if you have any questions or want to learn more.

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