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National Science Foundation (NSF)
National Geographic Conservation Trust
- NASA Paid Internships
NASA offers fall and spring semester paid internships for undergraduate and graduate students. Internships are in a variety of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) disciplines as well as business and finance.
FOUNDATIONS & TRUSTS
James S. McDonnell Foundation
- RBC Blue Water Project Grants
RBC has a longstanding commitment to environmental sustainability. Water has become an integral part of that commitment, as water is fundamental to the sustainability of all life on the planet. The first phase of the RBC Blue Water Project, announced in late 2007, is a grant program of $50 million over ten years to support charitable initiatives that foster a culture of water stewardship.
Leadership Grants. Ranging from $25,000 to $500,000, these grants focus on watershed protection and/or access to safe drinking water and are available to local, regional, national or trans-border organizations for projects in any of the countries in which RBC is located, including Canada, the United States, the Caribbean and the UK. Deadlines for applications are June 30 and March 1 annually. Applications received after a deadline will be deferred to the next funding period.
Community Action Grants: Ranging from $1,000 to $5,000, these grants are focused on watershed protection and are available to local or community organizations in Canada, United States or the Caribbean. Some restrictions apply. Applications are accepted throughout the year.
Presidential Graduate Teaching Fellowships
The UMaine Graduate School requests nominations for Presidential Teaching Fellowships to be awarded in Spring 2014 to doctoral students who have passed their comprehensive exams. Presidential Teaching Fellows teach an undergraduate course as sole instructor. Two to four fellowships will be awarded depending on funding and quality of applications. Contact the Graduate School for more information. Due date is May 31; start date is January 1, 2014.
Summer Dissertation Writing Fellowships
The UMaine Graduate School is offering 5 summer dissertation writing fellowships. With support from Auxiliary Services and the Provost's Fellowship Fund, each fellow will receive an office in Stodder and a $1000 monthly stipend in June, July, and August. Contact the Graduate School for more information. Due date is May 19, start date is June 1.
Pathways to Science
Resources for Students Pursuing Degrees in the Sciences
Over 400 PAID summer research positions across the country
Graduate Programs and Fellowships including Alliances for Graduate Education and the Professoriate (AGEP), Integrated Graduate Research Education & Traineeship (IGERT) and more.
Over 150 current post doc positions nationwide.