The Draper Richards Foundation provides selected social entrepreneurs with funding of $100,000 annually for three years. The funds are specifically and solely for entrepreneurs starting new non-profit organizations. The Draper Richards Fellowships are highly selective. We only award six fellowships per year so we can fully engage with our portfolio of grantee organizations.
Around the world, visionary change agents are hard at work incubating new approaches to the planet’s toughest challenges. Yet they’re often doing so without taking advantage of the latest tools and thinking in technology, communications and innovation – or a network of experts, peers, and supporters who can help them truly change the world. The […]
The Sustainable Energy Fellowship is a unique learning experience for upper-division undergraduate and graduate students in engineering, business and the sciences who are considering a career involving energy. The program is June 2- 9, 2010 at Cornell University. Deadline for application is March 1, 2010.
The American Society for Environmental History (ASEH) have announced for their 2010-2011 American geophysical Union Graduate Fellowship in the History of Science. This is a 12 months program in which doctoral students will complete a dissertation covering history of our Environment.
The U.S. Department of Energy-Office of Biological and Environmental Research (BER) funds the Global Change Education Program (GCEP) to promote undergraduate and graduate education and training supportive of the Department’s global change research activities. Global change research encompasses a number of technical areas, including atmospheric sciences, ecology, global carbon cycles, climate, and terrestrial processes.
The Clean Energy for Green Industry (Clean Green) IGERT at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) is designed to train U.S. Ph.D. scientists and engineers for leadership roles in the clean energy sector. Emphasis is placed on economic expansion through transformational research, new business, highly trained workforce development, equity and inclusion.
The American Institute of Architects is hosting its first Facebook design competition, challenging the next generation of designers and architects to step up and show the world what they can do to meet the 21st century’s pressing design needs.
The Teresa and H. John Heinz III Foundation are funding “The Teresa Heinz Scholars for Environmental Research”. They are looking for doctoral dissertations and Masters Thesis which will help the public understand the previous, current and emerging environmental issues and also helps in providing solutions for these environmental issues.
Echoing Green is a fellowship program that sponsors a two-year fellowship program each year targeting individuals and organizations that provide social entrepreneurship solutions. Between 12 and 15 fellowships are awarded annually. The application deadline for the 2010 fellowship class is 2010. Details on who is eligible to apply, how to apply, the award amount and helpful links are provided in this posting.