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Internship, Fellowship and Scholarship Opportunities


Scholarships will be awarded by the Admissions Office in collaboration with the American Indian Student Center. These scholarship opportunities exist for graduate students who have been accepted into a graduate program and are an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe in the United States, including Alaska Natives. Selected Wokini Graduate Scholars will be awarded up to $5,000 scholarship based on enrolled credits that may be renewable for an additional two years

Review the guidelines and complete and submit the application to be considered for the Wokini Scholarship.

Minnesota Sea Grant is pleased to share that NOAA's 2024 Coastal Management and Digital Coast Fellowship Program is now open.


Any U.S. citizen who will complete a master’s or other advanced degree at an accredited U.S. university between Aug. 1, 2022, and July 31, 2024, is eligible to apply for the Coastal Management and Digital Coast Fellowships. Students from a broad range of programs are encouraged to apply. A variety of degrees are applicable to the fellowship because the projects are new and different each year.

To read about the 2024 projects, visit Coastal Management Fellowship projects and Digital Coast Fellowship projects in early December 2023. Previous fellows have had degrees in environmental studies, natural resource management, marine affairs, marine science, geology, public affairs, communications, social sciences and regional land management. The most important prerequisite is an interest in coastal issues. Students who are not U.S. citizens or who attend non-U.S. institutions are not eligible.

All applications must include the following items:

  1. Resume or curriculum vitae (not to exceed two pages using 12 point font).
  2. Statement of the applicant’s goals with emphasis on what the applicant expects from and can contribute to the fellowship experience. This should also include how the fellowship can help reach goals that may be difficult to reach without the fellowship opportunity. Include any obstacles that have been overcome to reach this point in your academic career (500 words or less).
  3. Two letters of recommendation, including one from the applicant’s principal professor. If no principal professor exists, the faculty member who is most familiar with the applicant’s academic work may be substituted.
  4. Unofficial copies of all undergraduate and graduate student transcripts.

Any additional materials submitted will not be considered in the selection process. If you are selected as a finalist, an additional writing sample will be requested.

How to Apply

Application packages must be submitted to the Sea Grant program office in the state where you earned your degree by January 26, 2024. Each Sea Grant program office may select and forward up to four applications to NOAA for review. In order to increase diversity in the fellowship, Sea Grant may submit one additional application from a candidate who attended a minority serving institution, for a total of five. The fifth nomination spot is reserved solely for minority serving institution candidates. Applicants from states not served by a Sea Grant program office should contact the fellowship coordinator for more information on submitting an application.

All application packages must be submitted to the Sea Grant program office in the state where the degree was earned by January 26, 2024.

Questions? Reach out to Minnesota Sea Grant's Research and Fellowship Coordinator, Alex Frie.

ISF offers important opportunities for American Muslim college students and early career professionals in media, film, public policy and public interest law. Now more than ever, we need stronger Muslim representation in all these critical fields. Please apply and share with your networks. Please reach out if you have any questions.

ISF's Scholarship Application is open until March 21st, 2024 for the 2024-25 school year. Every year, ISF awards up to $10,000 in scholarships to up-and-coming changemakers in media, policy, public interest law, and film.

ISF's Congressional Policy Internship is now accepting applications for its Summer cohort. Participants are given a chance to work for a congressional office and gain policy experience. Interns will receive a monthly stipend and housing. Applications are due Jan. 8, 2023.

Applications for ISF's paid 9-month Congressional Policy Fellowship are being accepted on a rolling basis. Through a 9-month paid fellowship, young professionals gain real-world experience working on legislative and public policy issues in Congress. This opportunity is for American Muslims committed to a career in public service.