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Arcus Center Social Justice Leadership Fund:  Grants are offered by the Arcus Center for Social Justice Leadership (ACSJL) to students, faculty and staff who want to become more engaged in social justice leadership and practice.

American College Health Association: Several grant opportunities for wellness and health-related projects. January deadlines. K is an ACHA member.

Alpha Lambda Delta Stemler Study Abroad Scholarship:   Scholarships for study abroad.  Must be an ALD member to apply. Campus deadline, Feb 1. Send application to Jessica Fowle.

Armstrong SIP Grant:  Summer stipend and research support for rising juniors completing their SIP in the Religion Department.

Beeler and Collins Grants:  Awarded through the Center for International Programs (CIP), these grants support student projects abroad.  Deadline, April 14.

Boren Undergraduate Scholarship for International Study:  Up to $20,000 for study abroad in select countries.  Requires a Federal Government service obligation. Required information session, November 2;campus deadline, Jan 26. USFlag

Critical Language Scholarship:  Fully paid (including travel) intensive summer study of select languages.  November 17 deadline. USFlag

Cultural Vistas Fellowship: Fully paid summer internship in Argentina, Germany or India for students underrepresented in study abroad, including Pell Grant recipients, STEM majors, first generation students, underrepresented minorities. Late May orientation in NYC. Early January deadline. US Citizenship or Permanent Residency Required

CIP Funding Page:  Center for International Programs catalog of funding for international study and internships.

Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program:  Fully paid six-week internship at Howard University for students interested in international affairs.  February 1 deadline. USFlag

CCPD Travel Access Fund: Center for Career and Professional Development funding for travel expenses related to career-related activities.

Cultural Vistas Fellowship: Fully paid summer internship in Argentina, Germany or India for students underrepresented in study abroad, including Pell Grant recipients, STEM majors, first generation students, underrepresented minorities. Late May orientation in NYC. Early January deadline. US Citizenship or Permanent Residency Required

Davis Projects for Peace:   Ten-thousand dollar grants awarded for projects for peace (broadly defined) to be conducted each summer. All students, including graduating seniors, as individuals or groups, are eligible to apply. Campus deadline, mid-January.

DAAD RISE Research Internships in Germany: For sophomores and juniors in STEM fields and Computer Science; paid (750 Euros/month) summer internship with PhD students in Germany. No German language required. Deadline in December.

Davis Peace Fellowship:  Grant to attend a Middlebury Summer Language School.

Émigré Memorial German Internship Program: Paid summer internship at a German State Parliament (Landtag). Intermediate-advanced German required. Deadline, Dec 1. US Citizenship or Permanent Residency Required Maple Leaf

Environmental Stewardship Fellowship Grants: $400/week stipend for research projects of between 4 and 10 weeks duration. Proposals for research or service projects that advance the goals of the Center for Environmental Stewardship and the Kalamazoo College Sustainability and Climate Action Plan are preferred but any proposal related to sustainable practices on campus will be considered. Application deadline: Friday April 12, 2019 (end of week 2 of spring term).

Frederick Hartwig Memorial Internship Award: A $1,500 cash prize to support internships in the greater Washington DC metropolitan area. Deadline late March.

Freeman-ASIA Award: Up to $7,000 need-based award for study abroad in Asia. Deadline, April 1. USFlag

Fulbright UK Summer Institutes:  Three to six week summer academic and cultural programs at a number of UK institutions for freshmen or sophomores (≥3.7 GPA).  Deadlines, February-March, depending on the institute. USFlag

Fulbright US Student Program: One-year of English teaching assistantship or study/research abroad. September 6, 2019, campus deadline. Contact Jessica Fowle for more information.  USFlag

Fund for Education Abroad: Up to $10,000 for study abroad. Jan 16 deadline. USFlag

Fred Hutchinson Summer Undergraduate Research Program: Structured summer research internship for rising seniors interested in biomedical research. Stipend and travel to Seattle are included. Applications available in November; deadline, Jan 12.  US Citizenship or Permanent Residency Required

Gilman International Scholarship:  Five-thousand dollar study abroad scholarships for Pell Grant recipients.  Credit-bearing international internships are also eligible for funding.  Apply through the CIPUSFlag

Haiwei Seeds for the Future Program: Two-week, all expenses paid internship in China designed to provide an international experience for future information and communications technology professionals. Seeking students studying computer science and engineering-related disciplines.

Heyl Summer Research Grant:  Stipend and research support for Heyl Scholars doing research with a Kalamazoo College faculty member in the Division of Natural Sciences and Mathematics.  Deadline, April.

Heyl Travel Grant:  Up to $500.00 to support Heyl Scholars to travel to a professional conference to present original research.

Humanity in Action Fellowship Program:  Brings together international groups of college students to explore different national histories of discrimination and resistance to injustice in one of five European cities.  Sophomores, juniors, seniors and recent graduates are eligible to apply. June 8-July 8, 2018. Deadline, Jan 8.

Humanity in Action John Lewis Fellowship: The 2018 program runs from July 13-Aug 9 in Atlanta GA and will focus on issues of diversity within the US with emphasis on Georgia and the American South. Deadline, Jan 8.

Humanity in Action Fellowship in Detroit: Fully funded 4 week summer fellowship for emerging leaders, especially from Detroit and elsewhere in Michigan. Focuses on economic, urban and cultural change in the US. Runs July 10-Aug 5. Deadline, Jan 8, 2018.

IIE Directory of Study Abroad Funding: Institute of International Education's searchable database of funding for international internships, scholarships, grants and fellowships. USFlag

Luce Scholars Program: A nationally competitive fellowship program to enhance understanding of Asia among potential leaders in American society. The program provides stipends, language training, and individualized professional placement in Asia for 15-18 Luce Scholars each year, and welcomes applications from college seniors, graduate students, and young professionals in a variety of fields who have had limited exposure to Asia. Those who already have significant experience in Asia or Asian studies are not eligible for the Luce Scholars Program. Open to both U.S. citizens and permanent residents. Campus application deadline is October 14, 2019. Applications will be reviewed on campus and up to two applications will be sent to the Luce Foundation for consideration by the national deadline of November 1. For more information, contact Jessica Fowle.

Monroe-Brown Internship Program: K students are eligible to apply for this program that offers several paid, local summer internships. Deadline, Feb 28.

Mount Vernon Leadership Fellows: Funded summer leadership program for rising juniors in Washington DC. Feb 1 deadline. USFlag

National Science Foundation REU: Paid summer research internships in all STEM disciplines, both domestic and international sites. Feb-March deadlines. US Citizenship or Permanent Residency Required

NIH Undergraduate Scholarship Program: Up to 4 years of support for students with financial need who are committed to careers in biomedical, behavioral and social science health-related research.  Required paid summer research internship and NIH employment obligation. USFlag

RISE-UP Summer Internship in Environmental Sustainability: 12-week paid internship at WSU. Flexible start date. Deadline, Feb 1. USFlag

Sherman Fairchild Summer Research Grant: $4,000 stipend plus $1,500 for housing/supply funds/conference travel. Research must be in biology, chemistry, or physics. Application deadline: Friday April 12, 2019 (end of week 2 of spring term).

STEM A resource for federal opportunities for STEM undergrads. Funding, internships etc.

The German Study Abroad and Internship: For one semester of study at one of the UAS7 German Universities of Applied Sciences followed by a 6-month supervised internship. Deadline, February.

The K Funding Matrix [pdf]:  A table of funding offered by various campus constituencies to support a variety of student activities. Maintained by the ACSJL.

The Todd Classics Study Abroad Grant [pdf]:  Partial support for participation in summer archeological field programs, digs, Classical languages study and similar activities.

Turner Davis Award: For a meritorious project such as a SIP that cultivates an individual's interest and growth in economics.  Preference given to ECON/BUSN, POLS or CGHL majors or concentrators. Contact the Provost's Office for details.