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Fellowships and Internships
AAUW American Fellowships: Advancing educational and professional opportunities for women in the Untied States and around the globe.
American Fund for Alternatives to Animal Research: 1-year postdoctoral fellowship grant to a woman interested in developing, validating, or using alternatives to animal methods in the investigation of women's health or sex differences.
APS/IBM Research Internship: Research internship program for undergraduate women to encourage women students to pursue graduate studies in science and engineering.
APWLD Internship Program: For women activists/students who have background of, and/or interest to work with, and be involved in, women's human rights issues on a regional level.
Asia Pacific Forum for Women, Law and Development Internship: For women activists/students who have background of and/or interest to work with and be involved in, women's human rights issues on a regional level.
Association for Women In Science: Scholarships, Internship and Fellowships for women interested in the sciences.
Center for Women Policy Studies Internship: Promoting women's human rights and equality.
Forte Fellows Program: Helping to increase the number of women applying to and enrolled in MBA programs.
Global Fund for Women: Internship opportunities to provide first-hand experience with an international grantmaking foundation on global women's rights.
Harriett G. Jenkis Pre-doctoral Fellowship Project: To increase the number of underrepresented person with master's and doctoral degrees in the NASA pipeline and in the STEM workforce.
Institute for Women's Policy Research Internship: From research to communication to development, interns support the work of the Institute to address the needs of women.
International Center for Research on Women: Committed to alleviating global poverty by helping women and girls in developing countries improve their lives.
Kip Tiernan Social Justice Fellowship: Awarded annually to a woman to develop and carry out a special project in New England that will improve the lives of poor and homeless women.
Leeway Foundation: Grantmaking programs that honor women and trans artists for their ability to create social change through their artistic and cultural work.
Morgan Stanley Sophomore Program: 10 week internship to provide rising juniors with exposure to a particular division, training, mentorship and networking opportunities.
National Research Center for Women & Families: A nonprofit think thank and advocacy organization dedicated to improving the lives of women, children, and families.
National Women's Law Center: Takes on the issues that cut to the core of women's and girls lives in education, employment, family economic security, and health.
SED/GWIS National Fellowships Program: To help increase knowledge in the fundamental sciences and to encourage research careers in the sciences by women.
Women in Archaeology Internship Program: For individuals interested in public archaeology, museum education, archaeological outreach, and other closely related fields.
Women's Studio Workshop: Funding for women artists at all stages of their careers.
WREI Congressional Fellows: Fellowships for graduate students with a proven commitment to equity for women.
Zonta international: Amelia Earhart Fellowship to women pursuing Ph.D./doctoral degrees in aerospace-related sciences or aerospace-related engineering.
American Association of University Women (AAUW): The leading voice promoting equality and education for women and girls.
American Business Women's Association: To bring together business women of diverse occupations and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and others grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support and national recognition.
American Medical Women's Association: Comprised of physicians, residents, medical students, and health care professionals dedicated to advancing women in medicine and improving women's health.
Association for Women in Science: Helps young women gain skills compatible for their studies in science technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
Business and Professional Women's Foundation: The first foundation dedicated to conducting research and providing information solely about working women.
Center for Women Policy Studies: To shape public policy to improve women's lives and preserve women's human rights.
Financial Women's Association: To accelerate the success and leadership of women in the financial community across all industries by advancing careers, fostering alliances and preparing the current and next generation of professionals.
Global Women's Leadership Initiative: Connecting current and emerging leaders, raising the profile of critical issues, advancing inclusive policies, and bringing new research to the forefront.
Institute for Women's Policy Research: Committed to the professional development of students and graduates interested in economic justice for women.
International Black Women's Congress: Global Community of Women of African Descent to bring forth models of African Womanhood and improving through social, political and economic empowerment.
National Association of Professional Women: Network for professional women to interact, exchange ideas, educate, and empower.
National Organization for Women: Offers descriptions of internships and jobs with the largest organization of feminist activist in the United States.
Society of Women Engineers: Society of pioneers, advocates and mentors who support and guide women engineers in their collegiate and professional journey.
The Association of Women in Communication: Champions the advancement of women across all communications disciplines by recognizing excellence, promoting leadership and positioning its members at the forefront of the evolving communications era.
The Association of Women in International Trade: Association of members who share an interest and expertise in international trade.
The Feminist Majority Foundation: Lists jobs and internship postings with feminist and progressive organizations.
Third Wave Foundation: Works nationally to support young women 15 to 30 and offers financial resources, public education, and shares information on grants & scholarships and more.
Dartmouth Specific Resources
Association of Women in Mathematics: To encourage women and girls to study and have active careers in the mathematical sciences, and to promote equal opportunity and the equal treatment of women and girls in the mathematical sciences.
Center for Gender and Student Engagement: Strives to foster student development with a focus on gender exploration and social justice in a safe and inclusive space.
Dartmouth College Scholarship Advising Office and the Committee on Graduate Fellowships: Scholarships, Fellowships, and funding for post graduate study.
Dartmouth Women in Computer Science: An organization with the goal to foster community among females interested in Computer Science.
Smart Woman Securities: Seeks to provide undergraduate women with the skills necessary to make investment decisions through global market education, exposure to industry professionals, and real-world financial experience.
Society of Women Engineers: To encourage women to become more involved in engineering, a traditionally male-dominated field.
Women's Climbing Group: Provides a supportive environment for the development of outdoor skills, confidence, and leadership.
Women's Forum: Dedicated to facilitating organic membership and building a community of women at Dartmouth.
Women in Business: To increase awareness of business in the Dartmouth community by supporting, educating, and creating a network of Dartmouth women and alumni.
Women in Science Project: To collaborate in creating a learning environment where women can thrive in science, engineering and mathematics.
Women of Color Collective: Women of color and allies that meet to discuss issues relating to the intersection of gender, race an culture.