Partnerships and Fellowships

Graduate Partnerships and Fellowships

AmeriCorps, the Corporation for National & Community Service

APSIA, the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs 

Charles B. Rangel Fellowship

Fulbright U.S. Student Program

Fulbright Foreign Student Program 

Public Policy and International Affairs Fellowship Program 

Teach for America 

Thomas Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship 

Thomas Pickering Graduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship 

Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation 

U.S. Government Agencies:

  • U.S. Department of State
  • U.S. Foreign Affairs Officers

U.S. Military Services:

Recruiting Partnerships

APSIA is a collaboration of 23 U.S. and 13 international graduate schools who recruit domestically and abroad to promote education and careers in public policy and international affairs.

International Relations Graduate Schools (IRGS) is a partnership created almost 40 years ago by five graduate professional schools from Columbia/SIPA, Georgetown/MSFS, Johns Hopkins/SAIS, Princeton/WWS, and Tufts/Fletcher to recruit throughout the U.S. and abroad.

The Diversity Alliance (DA) is a partnership created during the past decade among five graduate schools from Harvard/HKS, Princeton/WWS, Syracuse/Maxwell, University of Chicago/Harris, and the University of Michigan/Ford. Recruitment is focused on increasing the awareness among  historically underrepresented students to public and international affairs graduate schools.