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Opportunities

On this page are posted various funding/grant opportunities and short-term based scholarships/fellowships. Click on a link to download the particular announcement.

FUNDING/GRANTS

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SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS

1. The Turkish Coalition of American (TCA), a Washington, DC-based nonprofit that aims to foster a better understanding of U.S.-Turkey relations and Turkish Americans here in the U.S., has the funding for 100 scholarships per year for African American, Armenian American, Bosnian American, Filipino American, Hispanic American, Macedonian American, and Native American students who have been accepted to a study abroad or language program in Turkey, the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC), and Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH). Eligible students will receive between $500 and $2,000.

Since 2007, these scholarships have subsidized the cost of study abroad for students who are traditionally underrepresented in study abroad programs. They also serve as an incentive for students to consider Turkey as a potential study abroad destination.

For information on how to apply, please visit our website (http://tc-america.org/scholarships/minority.htm) or email Liz Clark, TCA Project Coordinator, at scholarships@tc-america.org.

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Spring 2018 Ambassador's Distinguished Scholars with Ambassador Raynor and representatives from University of Gondar and Bahar Dar University.

Opportunities Available in 60+ Disciplines:

STEM, Agriculture, English, Law,
Public Health, and More!

On behalf of the U.S. Embassy in Ethiopia, we would like to announce that the application period for the next cohort of Ambassador's Distinguished Scholar's Program is now open. We seek qualified scholars to serve as full-time faculty and strengthen Ethiopian universities' capacity to teach, research, and manage undergraduate and graduate research program fall term 2018 and spring 2019. Preferred grant lengths will be one academic year August 2018 to June 2019. Applicants must have U.S. Citizenship and Ph.D. or equivalent professional/terminal degree, depending on field.

Research and teach as full time faculty. Ambassador's Distinguished Scholars will teach fall term 2018 and spring term 2019 and may also further their research interests through field work in Ethiopia, and engage in primary research with doctoral students.

Impact higher education in Ethiopia. Through research, publication, collaboration, mentoring, teaching, and curriculum design, Embassy Scholars have an opportunity to profoundly impact Ethiopia’s rapidly expanding higher education sector and thereby provide a critical foundation for Ethiopia’s development.

Join a supported cohort of engaged scholars. Enrichment building activities will include a forum for the cohort of Embassy Scholars, as well as orientations and cultural activities, and more!

Application Deadline: May 15, 2018

Interested? Watch this video to hear firsthand from Americans working in Ethiopia at the universities where Ambassador's Scholars will be teaching or tune into our webinar debriefing the program on Tuesday, April 3 at 2pm EST.

Contact us at adscholars@iie.org if you have any questions.