Charles B Rangel International Affairs Fellowship
Apply through Independent Application Process
Internal Deadline: Check website for annual deadlines - typically mid September
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.
EligibilityEligibility 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.
Visit the website for application information.