Welcome to the Saint Joseph’s University’s Fellowships Office, which offers guidance and advice to fellowship applicants already enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences, the Erivan K. Haub School of Business, and the University College. The Fellowships Office works closely with fellowship / scholarship applicants in every step of the application process, from discerning which fellowships / scholarships best suit their needs to discussing the steps that need to be taken along the way. Note that paid volunteer work is not included on these pages (see information below concerning volunteer work and internships), but click on the following websites, if you wish more information about the three following organizations: Jesuit Volunteer Corps, Peace Corps, and Philly Fellows.
Before proceeding to click on the various tabs on the left hand side of this page, it is strongly recommended that you read the information below and click on the master sites that interest you; that way, you will save a good bit of time and find much pertinent information at a glance.
VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION AT A GLANCE
For a quick, comprehensive list of many important fellowships / scholarships, click onto the following website:Comprehensive List. Note especially the categories listed on the top of this website.
In addition, you are strongly advised to check out a comprehensive list of fellowships / scholarships compiled by Michigan State University. Thus click onto the following website: Michigan State University.
Also The Institute for International Education provides information of fellowships / scholarships. Thus click onto the following website: Institute for International Education.
To consult a list of fellowships / scholarships in Public Health and Health Policy, consult the master list established by Saint Louis University: Master List in Public Health.
To consult a master list of fellowships / scholarships in science, provided by the National Science Foundation, click onto the following website: Master List in Science.
The Association for Asian Studies has a master list of grants. Click on their website: Grants / fellowships for Asia or Asian studies.
Information about studying abroad can be found by clicking onto the following website: Study Abroad.
The SJU Career Development Center (Room 101, Overbrook Hall) publishes a valuable booklet entitled “The Internship Handbook @ Saint Joseph’s University,” which contains detailed information about SJU internship programs. It is also suggested that you click onto their website: SJU Career Development Center. You can then click onto the “Student” tab, and then go to the “Internships” tab to find out more information about the following: 1) SJU Internship Database: 2) Internships USA; 3) Career Related Websites.