Emerson National Hunger Fellowship/Congressional Hunger Center

During this year-long program, fellows are placed for five months with community-based organizations all over the country involved in fighting hunger at the local level. They then move to Washington, D.C. for six months of work at a national organization involved in the anti-hunger and poverty movement. Fellows receive a living allowance, health insurance, travel expenses, relocation stipend, and an end-of-service cash award.

Website:
http://www.emersonapplication.org/fellowship

Deadline:
early-mid January

Application Procedure:
Student applies directly

Eligible to Apply:

Undergraduate: Senior

Graduate: Masters Student

Award Type:
Internship
Scholarship / Fellowship

Award Period:
Post Bachelors
Post Graduate School

Disciplines / Areas of Study or Interest:
Open to all fields

Additional Qualifications:
US citizen or permanent resident

Last Updated:
April 3, 2017

Last Updated: 6/8/16