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United States

Programs listed below offer a variety of opportunities for pursuing graduate study or fellowship experiences in the United States!

Some of these, like the Beinecke Scholarship, provide funding for undergraduate students to support their ongoing academic careers while in school. Others, like the Udall Scholarship, fund summer travel and research within the United States. 

Check out the program pages for more information including eligibility and deadlines! 

Programs & Applications

Truman Scholarship

Provides $30,000 for graduate education and professional development for future leaders committed to public service careers.

Beinecke Scholarship

Provides $34,000 scholarships to financial aid eligible students applying for gradaute study in the arts, humanities or social sciences.

James C. Gaither Fellows

One-year fellowships for  graduating seniors or young alums to work as research assistants at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. 

Udall Scholarship

Provides $7,000 for sophomores and juniors planning careers related to the environment or American Indian tribal policy and healthcare. 


Up to three years of funding for any graduate program at Stanford for future leaders dedicating to tackling the world's greatest problems.

Voyager Scholarship

Provides $80,000 for juniors interested in careers in public service. 

P.D. Soros Fellowship

Up to three years of fellowship support for new Americans, immigrants or the children of immigrants, who are pursuing graduate school in the U.S. 

US Scholarships & U-M Nomination

Several of the scholarships above require endorsement or nomination from the University of Michigan. This means students first apply to ONSF to be considered as a U-M nominee. Top candidates for U-M endorsement will be invited to interview with the corresponding U-M committee. Candidates selected for endorsement will then work with ONSF to complete the final application before national deadlines.