|For Seniors & Alumni|
|Carnegie Foundation for International Peace Junior Fellowship
||A funded 12-month commitment in which recipients work to promote active U.S. participation in world affairs by working side-by side with some of the world's top researchers in international cooperation and development while pursing research of their own.
||Grants offered to recent undergraduates that provide funding for an academic year abroad for research or an English Teaching Assistantship. Funding covers transportation, orientation courses, medical insurance, tuition, books, research, and living expenses.
|The Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Scholarship
||A stipend awarded to recent graduates to undertake a six- to nine-month program in Washington, D.C. where recipients will work on peace and national security issues.
|The Rotary Foundation Ambassadorial Scholarship
||Scholarships awarded by the Rotary Club to postgraduates wishing to act as goodwill ambassadors on behalf of the nation and to enhance their understanding of peaceful relations among nations.