If you are a graduating senior with a deep commitment to public service, consider applying for a postgraduate fellowship. Postgraduate fellowships fund a full-time, mentored experience in an organization with a mission to serve the public good. Successful applicants have excellent academic and leadership records and highly developed civic leadership competencies. All academic backgrounds are encouraged to apply.

  • Fox Post-Graduate Fellowship
    • The Robert A. Fox Leadership Program is one of the nation's largest and most widely respected university-based undergraduate leadership andservice-learning program.
  • Philly Fellows
    • Philly Fellows' year-long fellowships connect top college graduates to dynamic nonprofit opportunities while developing their leadership and professional skills and engaging them in the city's vibrant communities.
  • Emerson Fellows of the Netter Center
    • The Emerson Fellows of the Netter Center offers two graduating Penn seniors—who have worked with the Netter Center for Community Partnerships, Academically Based Community Service (ABCS) courses, and/or university-assisted community schools programs as undergraduates—an opportunity to engage meaningfully in practice, research and policy and to disseminate their work to a national audience through a one-year appointment (potentially renewable for a second year).
  • Leonore Annenberg Teaching Fellowships
    • The Leonore Annenberg Teaching Fellowship program will support current junior and senior undergraduate students as well as recent alumni of Penn's four undergraduate schools in acquiring the expertise necessary to become successful teachers in urban public high schools.
  • CURF Fellowship Directory
    • Center for Undergraduate Research & Fellowships has compiled a directory of numerous opportunities for funding of scholarly activities, including study-abroad and graduate work.
  • Fellowship Programs for Social Innovators
    • A list of 75 fellowship programs that support social innovation
  • Idealist.org
    • A website whose mission is to close the gap between intention and action by connecting people, organizations, ideas, and resources.
  • Stanford Hass Center for Fellowships
    • The FISP (Fellowships, Internships, and Service Programs) database is an online searchable database containing approximately 500 fellowships, internships and other established service programs collected from Internet and print resources.