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25 Fellowship Opportunities for Work or Study in the Middle East and North Africa: Have you ever wanted to walk down the colorful streets of Morocco, see the Egyptian pyramids in Cairo, or float atop the Dea Sea along the coast of Israel? These fellowships, all based in the Middle East or North Africa, could make this a reality for you! 
How to a Write Personal Statement for Graduate School: While requirements for every graduate program will be different, there are a few top tips that are applicable for writing a strong statement across the board. Here are 5 ways to write a statement that jumps off the page and immediately connects with the selection committee.
10 Fellowships for Visiting Scholars in the U.S. and Abroad: Designed for established researchers, these fellowships are for visiting scholars who want to do research in new locations around the world. Some are discipline specific focusing on economics, health or ethnic studies, while others are open to a variety of fields.
How to Choose References for Grad School: The references on your resume for graduate school can be the greatest allies you can have in your application process — provided you choose them wisely. We’ll walk you through how to identify potential candidates and how to narrow down the list to the most appropriate people. 
Calls For Applications 
The Avodah Justice Fellowship in Chicago, Kansas City, and NYC unites change-makers passionate about exploring justice, Jewishness, and the intersections between the two. Through evening sessions, Fellows will develop a systemic analysis on poverty, leadership skills, Jewish depth, and intentional community.
Apply by October 15th.
The Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship prepares the nation's best and brightest with STEM degrees to teach in high school science and math classrooms. Fellows complete a one-year master’s degree, receive a generous financial stipend, teacher certification, and ongoing mentoring. Applications are open for Pennsylvania and Georgia.
Are you interested in bridging the gap between the study and making of U.S. foreign policy? Explore the Council on Foreign Relations’ International Affairs Fellowship (IAF). Duration of the fellowship is one year and includes a stipend of $100,000.
Apply now by Oct. 31st deadline. 
Upcoming Deadlines

These deadlines are approaching in as soon as 8 weeks! There are many options for research project funding and dissertation fellowships for academic scholars, as well as other fellowship opportunities for teachers, recent graduates and mid-career professionals to take the next step in your career.

Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: November 12-18, 2018
Upcoming Fellowship Deadlines: November 19-25, 2018

Closing Soon:
IDEX Global Fellows Program: October 15
Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowships: October 16, November 30, January 30
Council on Foreign Relations Fellowship: October 31
Princeton in Asia Fellowship: November 2
Alfa Fellowship Program: November 15

Get a head start!
Horowitz Foundation Grants for Social Policy: December 1
Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship: January 7 (Fall 2019 program)
Trinity Fellows: January 15
Council of American Overseas Research Centers Fellowships: January 24
Hansen Summer Institute on Leadership and International Cooperation:
March 15

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