Due Date: October 1, 2019
Applications for the 500 Females Researchers Fellowship for the Future are now open. The Fellowship for the Future is a two-year management award program for ladies of color in STEM leading research study or outreach jobs in line with the 500 Females Researchers objective and concentrated on increasing equity, addition, ease of access, or social justice in STEM.
Throughout their fellowship, fellows will perform a proposed job and get monetary and logistical assistance from the 500 Females Researchers management group. 500 Females Researchers hopes that by offering these additional resources and neighborhood connections, they can assist broaden the scope and effect of incredible work led by ladies of color in STEM.
A crucial objective of the fellowship is to increase variety and addition in STEM management, especially amongst underrepresented neighborhoods of color and they motivate ladies of color from backgrounds traditionally underrepresented and/or marginalized in management positions in their STEM discipline to use.
As part of the Fellowship, fellows will get:
- A $5,000 honorarium
- $ 1,000/ year in additional job funds
- Assistance and mentorship from the 500 Females Researchers management group and board of advisers
- Travel funds to participate in 2 in-person 500 Females Researchers management board conferences
- Travel funds to participate in 2 in-person expert advancement trainings
Fellows are welcomed to:
- Sign Up With the 500 Females Researchers management group
- Participate In the Fellowship for the Future award event
- Take part in virtual mentorship calls and job conversations
- Participate in 2 in-person 500 Females Researchers management conferences and expert advancement trainings
- Supply mentorship to the next friend of fellows
- Females of color who have actually finished, or are presently registered in, a STEM degree program at any level are qualified to use.
- Candidates must be U.S. residents or U.S. irreversible homeowners, or if in another licensed status, must be living in the U.S. or a U.S. area presently and throughout the fellowship term.
Candidates must propose research study or outreach jobs that line up with the objective of 500 Females Researchers and are concentrated on increasing equity, addition, and social justice in STEM. Proposed jobs can be: a) a growth of a candidate’s ongoing/existing work, b) a growth of existing 500 Females Researchers programs, or c) a production of a brand-new project/program.
For additional information, see 500 Females Researchers