American Association of University Women or AAUW has an unbreakable record of supporting women with their incredible programs. The AAUW is currently expecting applications for their worthy Selected Professions Fellowships. United States Citizen women who intend to pursue a full-time course at an accredited U.S. institution are eligible to apply. If you are ready to empower yourself and your education, then worry not and apply for this excellent Selected Professions Fellowships.
The program was passionately designed to support the deserving women who are dedicated to building an influential career. The fellowship program was established in 1970 with the help of the Max C. Fleischmann Foundation. This program focuses on opening doors for women struggling in the Male-dominated fields like medicine and law, today the focus has been expanded to demanding fields like technology and science. The purpose of the programs is to empower women and help them achieve their career goals.
The American Association of University Women is one of the best association with the mission of gender equity and economic security, and pure values of intersectional, inclusive, empowering, and intergenerational. The association focus on economic security, education, advocacy. Their excellent programs are truly meant to empower women and open pathways towards their career growth. The association has awarded nearly $115 million fellowships and grants to over 50 states and 13000 scholars.
Get more details about the fellowship in the table below:
|Educational Level||College or University students|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Application Deadline||December 1, 2020|
|Requirement||Application, LoR, CV, Transcript|
Who May Be Eligible?
If you are ready to achieve your dreams with the help of this fellowship, then take a look at the requirements given below:
- Candidates should be a United States citizen or permanent residents with a high standard of academic excellence and distinction in their fields.
- Fellows must be full-time students at an accredited United States institution while fellowship year and must be pursuing a study in the U.S. over the full academic year.
- Candidates should not hold a masters or first professional degree.
- Disciplines and masters level degrees eligible to apply:
- Architecture (M.Arch), Computer or Information science (M.S.), Engineering (M.E., MS), Mathematics or Statistics (M.S.), Focus Professions group fellowships, women from ethnic minority group historically underrepresented in the United States. Women’s from Black or African American, Mexican American, Puerto Rican and other Hispanic, Native American or Alaska Native and Asian American or Pacific islander are eligible.
- Applicants with a joint degree program, distance learning, PhD coursework or dissertation are not eligible.
How to Apply
Only the eligible candidates should apply for the program to be considered. Fellows should complete the online application form. You need to create an account to access the application. Fellows must pass the eligibility quiz. Please complete the online application form with all the required details and materials without any negligence. Submit all the needed data and documents with concern to be considered; incomplete applications will not be accepted.
- Three letters of Recommendations are required. At least one must be from professor or professional colleagues. Please do not forget to submit a Dean’s letter as one letter of recommendation.
- Transcripts and test scores of required must be submitted. C.V. or resume, narratives, and budget should be provided.
Selected students will receive the award amount ranging between $5000 to $18000. This amount should be utilized only to pay educational expenses of the candidates like tuition, fees, books and other needs. These fellowships encourage students to follow their dreams and work hard to achieve their goals. This fellowship deliberately reduces financial stress on students and empower women.
Applications for this program are now open. The last date to apply for the program is December 1, 2020. No late applications will be entertained.