Our fellowships fund diverse scholarly and service projects developed by Brown undergraduates. From social entrepreneurship to the intersection of sport and human rights, students are bound to find a program that matches their skills and passions.
Browse the links below to begin searching for your fellowship opportunity and find more university-sponsored opportunities on the Fellowships@Brown website.
Deadline: December 23, 2016
The Social Innovation Fellowship, a program of the Social Innovation Initiative, provides 15-20 students with up to $4,000 to grow a social venture over the summer, supported by a year of intensive skills training, complementary coursework, and a community of social entrepreneurs on campus offering mentorship and critique.
Deadline: February 7, 2017
Established by Charles Royce, a 1961 graduate of Brown University, the Royce Fellowship Program supports Brown undergraduates as they carry out independent projects of their own design in locations across the United States and around the world.
Deadline: February 7, 2017
The Sport and Society Fellowship recognizes Brown undergraduates who have a record of excellence in academics and sport, supporting these student-athletes to embark on innovative research or applied projects, exploring the intersection of sport and human rights within a particular context.
Note: The Swearer Center is in the process of redeveloping its fellowship structure. Students with questions about past and current fellowship opportunities can reach out to Betsy Shimberg.
Innovate Winter Break is a "mini-internship" joint program of the Swearer Center for Public Service and CareerLAB that provides opportunities for students to work on an engaging project for 2 weeks during winter break.
The iProv Summer Internship Program provides a $3,500 stipend for undergraduate students to work with nonprofit organizations based in the greater Providence area.
Thanks to the generosity of Perry and Marty Granoff LHD ’06 hon., P’93, Brown will offer two summer internships in its Division of Advancement in summer 2015. These internships offer an excellent opportunity for students to gain in-depth knowledge of philanthropy, fundraising, and university operations in one of the leading advancement offices in the country. Interns will be exposed to the breadth of the major functions of the Advancement Division and will be assigned to specific projects and provided with rotating placements with at least two individual departments over the course of the summer.
The Swearer Center awards prizes at commencement to students who have distinguished themselves in the fields of leadership, academic achievement, and community engagement. Please check back for up-to-date information on Swearer Center prizes as it develops.
Deadline: April 21, 2017
The Yat K. Tow Prize was established in 1991 by the family of Yat K. Tow '41, in his memory and is funded by his family and friends. The prize is awarded to a junior undergraduate, graduating senior or graduate student in May of each year.