The Center for Life Beyond Reed

Charles B Rangel International Affairs Fellowship

Apply through Independent Application Process

Internal Deadline: Check website for annual deadlines - typically mid September

» Scholarship's official website


The fellowship provides up to $95,000  over two years for graduate tuition, mandatory fees, and stipends as well as internships  on Capitol Hill and at a U.S. embassy overseas.  The program supports fellows in meeting requirements for entry into the Foreign Service.

Limited to fields of study of relevant to the U.S. foreign service, including:  international relations, public policy, public administration, business administration, economics, etc.


Eligibility requirements include a GPA of at least 3.2, U.S. citizenship, and preparations to start a two-year graduate program in fall of the year of application.  Those selected must receive medical, security, and suitability clearances to remain in the program.

Application Procedure

Visit the website for application information.

Express Advising and Drop-In Hours 

Express Advising w/ Peer Career Advisers

Spring Semester Hours:

There will be no Express Advising during spring break, from Friday 3/9 through Sunday 3/18.

Mon, 2pm-4pm, Prexy
Tues, 12pm-2pm, Prexy
Wed, 6pm-8pm, LIB 203
Thurs, 3pm-5pm, Prexy
Fri, 2pm-4pm, Prexy 
Sun, 6pm-8pm, PAB 130

Drop-In Hours w/ CLBR Staff

There will be no Drop-In Hours during spring break, beginning Friday 3/9.

Fellowships Q&A in Commons: Tuesdays, 11:45am-1:15pm

Grad School, Career, and Internship Q&A in MRC: Wednesdays, 11:30am-1:30pm

Career & Internship Q&A in Commons: Thursdays, 11:30am-1:30pm

Grad School, Career, and Internship Q&A in Commons: Fridays, 11:30am-1:30pm

Note: Please check the announcements on your homepage in Griffin Door for any possible updates or cancellations.

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