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The Atlantic Philanthropies, established by Charles F. Feeney '56, has made a $7 million grant to The Cornell Tradition, a fellowship program... Read more
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Fellowships, like scholarships and grants, are financial aid awards that do not require repayment. They usually provide funding for one year and can apply to activities that take place either before or after college graduation. A few summer fellowship programs are also available.
In addition to the extensive Resources available through this site, the 103 Barnes Hall Career Library database offers links to nearly 100 specific and carefully selected fellowships. To find them:
1. Go to the CCS Career Library.
2. Use the key word search function. If you use fellowships only, you will see all of them. If you want to narrow your search, add another word such as international, senior, underclass, summer, or teaching.