The following are some fellowships and scholarships that Political Science majors might want to apply for. A more complete list is available at the Student Fellowships and Scholarships Office.
The Beinecke Scholarship for students in the Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences in order to "pursue opportunities available to them and to be courageous in the selection of a graduate course of study."
The Compton Mentor Fellowship aims to "support the commitment of graduating seniors as they move beyond academic preparation toward 'real world' application and contribution through a one-year fellowship experience involving a mentor relationship." Middlebury applicants are encouraged to propose projects related to Climate Change and Energy Policy.
The Institute for International Public Policy Fellowship Program is sponsored by the US Department of Education and provides a multi-year fellowship program for promising undergraduates from underrepresented minority groups.
The Pickering undergraduate Foreign Affairs Fellowship awards funding to those preparing to enter the US Department of State Foreign service.
The Truman Scholarship Program "recognizes students with interests in graduate or professional study and careers in public affairs and public service."
The Udall Fellowship is for students who either intend to pursue careers related to the environment or to Native American or Alaska Native students who plan to follow careers in the fields of health care or tribal public policy.