Offices Supporting Post-Graduate Service
Established in 1983, Priscilla Chan Stride Service Program (formerly known as Stride Rite) supports students of diverse economic and social backgrounds as they become leaders in their communities, both as undergraduates and beyond. To do this, the program provides reflection and skill development opportunities, mentorship, and financial assistance.
PBHA’s Priscilla Chan Stride Service Program Postgraduate Fellowships are intended for Harvard seniors who were devoted to service as undergraduates, and who demonstrate a future lifetime commitment to service. The spirit of the award is to provide fellows with the opportunity to put their vision for social change into action. Each fellow is awarded up to $30,000.
The grant money from the Phillips Brooks House Association is intended to support the fellow’s living expenses as they work on a public interest project full-time in the year following graduation.
|Sheldon and Trustman Traveling Fellowships||
|Center for Public Interest Careers||Deadline: TBA||$30,000 (minimum)|
|Bryanston and Shrewsbury (English School) Teaching Fellowships||February 4, 2018||£6,500|
|Carl and Lily Pfhorzheimer Foundation Public Service Fellowships||February 20th, 2018||$3,000-$7,000|
|Priscilla Chan Stride Service Program||March 7th, 2018 (Letter of Intent Due); March 21nd, 2018 (Application Due)||up to $30,000|
|February 20th, 2018||up to $30,000|
|Laura Houghteling Memorial Fellowship for Elementary or Secondary Teaching||March 22nd, 2018||$4,000|