Grants, Scholarships & Fellowships
NYU Wasserman Grants
The Wasserman Center for Career Development is committed to supporting students in their learning and development outside the classroom. Through this committment, NYU Wasserman offers two opportunities for students to request funding to support their experiential learning.
NYU Changemaker Fellowship
Through a rigorous application and selection process, the Changemaker Fellowship awards grants of $5,000 each to up to 16 students working in unpaid summer internships focused on addressing issues of inequality. Learn more and how to apply.
Wasserman Center Internship Grant
Learn how you can apply for a $1000 grant for your unpaid internship.
NYU Peace Corps Coverdell Fellowship Program
Offers a select group of Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs) a financial scholarship while pursuing a master's degree at one of six participating NYU graduate schools. Learn more and apply to the Coverdell Fellowship.
Fellowship is a broad term that encompasses a range of academic, co-curricular and professional opportunities for undergraduate and graduate level students, including, but not limited to: science research, public service interests, graduate school, international research, study abroad and/or independent projects.
NYU continues to be one of the top Peace Corps Volunteer-producing universities in the country, with over 1,000 graduates having served as PCVs. The NYU Peace Corps Recruiter is located at the Wasserman Center, Union Square Office and is open to the entire NYU community during the Fall and Spring semesters.
Contact NYU's Peace Corps Campus Recruiter at firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment.