Earlier this year, I posted about the Cat Librarian Calendar I helped put together. Well, now it’s available to sale, and all proceeds go to Project Gutenberg. Pick up your copies here in time for the holidays!
I’m going to try something new on the blog where I create posts with current funding opportunities that stick out to me. Hopefully it will be a way to help my fellow students and new professionals find the funding they need! If you know of any great opportunities that aren’t listed here, please leave them in the comments!
Ford Foundation Dissertation Fellowship: For doctoral students writing their dissertation.
Birgit Baldwin Fellowship: For students writing dissertations in Scandinavian studies.
Librarians and LIS Students
Louise Seaman Bechtel Fellowship: For a qualified children’s librarian to study at the Smathers library in Gainesville, FL.
Gale Cengage Travel Award: Helps a student attend the 2012 ALA annual conference.
W. David Rozkuszka Scholarship: To assist someone currently working with government documents in pursuing an MLS.
Creative Artist Residencies: For one month of work through the Rockefeller Foundation Bellagio Center.
Volkswagen Fellowships in the Humanities: for post-docs looking to study at one of several institutions.
Harvard Fellowships: For doctoral degree holders studying American history.
Cambridge Fellowships: For up to four years of intensive work/study.
Research Associateships: Through the National Academies.
Clare Hall Fellowships: For those seeking to do research without teaching duties at Cambridge; non-stipendiary.
Library Research Grants: Offered by the Getty Foundation.
American Geographical Society Library: Short-term fellowships.
Mote Marine Center Internships: for college and graduate students in marine biology. These are unpaid.
Museum Administration Internships: at the Chicago History Museum.
NOW Internships: for the National Organization of Women. These are unpaid, but can be used for college credit.
Met Museum Fellowships: Fellowships for graduate students at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
Folk Arts Apprenticeships: Allows the apprentice to study under a master folk artist in New Mexico for one year.
Jeanne Suave Scholars Program: Supports residence in Quebec and study at McGill University for one year.