Other Fellowship Resources
The US Department of Education promotes educational excellence for all Americans and includes a link for Grants & Contracts.
Afrikafé founded in 2001, serves to expose African professionals to new opportunities and each other. We offer a host of services and networking options. Our mission is to provide members with opportunities to meet and connect with each other, share ideas, information and resources, and become informed of job opportunities and interesting projects. With thousands of registered members, we are the premier social and professional network for Africans and "friends of Africa" in the Washington, DC area.
The Alliance for Justice is a national association of environmental, civil rights, mental health, women's, children's and consumer advocacy organizations.
Art Deadlines List - A monthly email newsletter listing art contests & competitions, art scholarships & grants, juried exhibitions, art jobs & internships, call for entries/proposals/papers, writing & photo contests, residencies, design & architecture competitions, auditions, casting calls, fellowships, festivals, funding, and other opportunities (including some that take place on the web) for artists, art educators and art students of all ages.
Asian American Justice Center works to advance the human and civil rights of Asian Americans through advocacy, public policy, public education and litigation. The Asian American Justice Center is one of the nation's leading experts on issues of importance to the Asian American community including: affirmative action, anti-Asian violence prevention/race relations, census, immigrant rights, immigration, language access, television diversity and voting rights.
Asian American Net promotes and strengthens cultural, educational, and commercial ties between Asia and North America.
The ASPIRA Association, Inc. is the only national nonprofit organization devoted solely to the education and leadership development of Puerto Rican and other Latino youth. The full text of The Constitution of the United States from the National Archives and Records Administration website. The full text of The Bill of Rights from the National Archives.
Civil Rights Movement provides expert advice on your rights as a UK citizen.
Glucksman Ireland House is the center of Irish culture and study at New York University.
Harvard African Students Alumni Network HASAN is a non-profit organization of alumni of Harvard University with an interest in Africa. Membership is open to all members of the Harvard alumni community.
The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) Educational Fund is the leading organization that empowers Latinos to participate fully in the American political process, from citizenship to public service. Established in 1981, the NALEO Educational Fund carries out this mission by developing and implementing programs that promote the integration of Latino immigrants into American society, developing future leaders among Latino youth, providing assistance and training to the nation's Latino elected and appointed officials and by conducting research on issues important to the Latino population.
The National Council of La Raza (NCLR) is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan, tax-exempt organization established in 1968 to reduce poverty and discrimination, and improve life opportunities for Hispanic Americans.
Northern California Grantmakers (NCG) is an association of foundations, corporate contributions programs and other private grantmakers. Building on an initiative started in 1965 to exchange ideas, improve cooperation among foundations, and increase their knowledge of community problems, NCG has now grown to support the activity of more than 140 member grantmakers active in the Bay Area, with combined grantmaking of more than $1 billion annually.
Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies promotes collaborative, interdisciplinary scholarship and teaching on issues of global importance.
South Asian Americans Leading Together is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to fostering an environment in which all South Asians in America can participate fully in civic and political life, and have influence over policies that affect them. SAALT works to achieve this goal through advocacy, community education, local capacity-building, and leadership development. SAALT cultivates partnerships with and among South Asian organizations and individuals; amplifies the concerns of disempowered community members; and works in collaboration with broader civil and immigrant rights movements.
The Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children is an expert resource that undertakes a wide-ranging program of advocacy to improve the situation for the world's 40 million displaced women and children. Its primary projects include protection and participation of refugee women, reproductive health, protection of children in armed conflict, and advocacy on behalf of asylum seekers detained in the United States.