Class of 2024 Fellowship Planning

Fellowships map

Interested in Fellowships for After Graduation? Begin here!

What would you do with a fellowship? Fellowships and scholarships can fund graduate or professional study, purposeful travel, professional placements, self-designed projects, and so much more. They can help you build your experience and qualifications, help you explore a passion, and clarify a path forward. 


Nuzaina Khan ’23
In order to make changes in laws and policies, we need to have data on our side. We need to be able to make a case that shows a causal link between misinformation online and the erosion of democracy.
Nuzaina Khan ’23
2022 Rhodes Scholar for Pakistan
Rinako Sonobe ’22
I see the printshop as a place for all things: teaching, learning, experimentation, creation, expression, collaboration, communication, and inspiration.
Rinako Sonobe ’22
2022 Thomas J. Watson Fellowship Recipient
Katharine Conklin ’22
I decided to look into a variety of fellowships because I was interested in securing funding for an experience which would support my development as a human being and young professional. Through writing applications, asking for reference letters, and preparing for interviews, I continuously clarified my future goals and sense of self.
Katharine Conklin ’22
Penn BSTR Fellow at the Loomis Chaffee School
While I was applying for fellowships, I wish I knew to allow grace for myself and trust the process and intuition. It is as important to plan for the future, while appreciating the now. Everything will always turn out the way it is meant to be in the end.
Iris Simone Haastrup-Sanders ’22
2022 Liliane Pingoud Soriano Curatorial Research Fellow


Postgraduate Fellowship Resources

Begin your fellowships exploration here — and then continue by exploring the resources below and the deadlines section of our website.


Check out upcoming virtual and in-person events:

Monday, March 13, 12:45 pm: Princeton in Asia Official in-person Info Session with PiA Director of Programs, Molly Giblin

- Wednesday, March 15, 6:00 pm:  Special Fulbright U.S. Student Program Webinar for Wellesley!

Tuesday, April 4, 5:00 pm: Stanford's Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program in-person event: meet a KH Admissions rep at Wellesley!


Why not start by exploring fellowships by major, international status, or major?

Travel Fellowships

Fellowships can provide opportunities to travel the world — whether to study a language, pursue graduate school abroad, or to execute a project. 

Service Fellowships

Fellowships are available to fund meaningful service work. To begin exploring, take a look at our Service Fellowship resource below and on our "Deadlines" page.