All international students are encouraged and welcome to apply!
The Joan Shorenstein fellowships 2023 are open at Harvard Kennedy School from 2023-2025.
Joan Shorenstein fellowships 2023 at Harvard Kennedy School are now available for students if they fulfil the eligibility criteria.
Harvard Kennedy School officially announced the upcoming class scholarships. It is considered to be one of the top institutions around the globe.
Harvard Kennedy School was founded in 1936 and it currently functions in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States.
Harvard Kennedy School, officially the John F. Kennedy School of Government, is the school of public policy and government of Harvard University.
Harvard Kennedy School offers such scholarships yearly to welcome students to the campus.
Joan Shorenstein fellowships 2023 will open the door to new and better opportunities for selected students and expose them to advanced learning in undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate programs.
Keep reading to learn about Harvard Kennedy School's acceptance rate, GPA requirements, eligibility and selection criteria, and other helpful information.
You will find the link to apply below.
Harvard Kennedy School USA Joan Shorenstein Fellowships 2023 is available to undertake Fellowship level programs at Harvard Kennedy School.
Following subject are available to study under this scholarship program.
Fellows receive a stipend of $40,000 per semester, paid in monthly installments at the end of each month of their term. Travel, housing, and living expenses are not covered by the Shorenstein Center.
Fellows are provided with a desk in the Shorenstein Center offices, a Harvard email address, and a Harvard ID allowing access to libraries and other resources.
Fellows are also able to select a paid Harvard Kennedy School student research assistant (eligible to work up to 10 hours per week) to help with their projects.
Mid-to-late career professionals from a variety of related fields are welcome to apply. Past fellows include journalists from local, national and international TV, radio, print, and digital media; media and civic technology innovators; nonfiction authors; political advisors and policymakers; leading academic scholars in fields such as media research and political science; and policy analysts.
The Shorenstein Center is committed to diversity, and actively encourages applications from all demographic backgrounds, and across the political spectrum.
The guidelines below offer further detail on the types of experience that lead to a successful application and fellowship experience; however, if you unsure if you are eligible we encourage you to contact our staff to discuss further.
- Journalist: Reporters, editors, columnists, producers, media business executives and related, with a minimum of ten years of full-time experience either at professional news organizations or as a full-time freelancer (not including work completed as a university student).
- Politician: Someone who has been elected to a national or high-level state office, or high-level communications professionals within politics and policy, e.g. speechwriters, press secretaries. Minimum of ten years experience (can be cumulative between elected office and other roles).
- Scholar: Tenured or tenure-track professor employed by a college, university or research institution in political science, political communication, journalism, technology studies, sociology, computer science, or a field relevant to the Shorenstein Center’s areas of inquiry.
- Policymaker: High-level official in a cabinet office, or policy adviser to a candidate for national office or high-level elected official.
Applicants should not have participated in another fellowship within the two years prior to their preferred semester.
Applicants must be fluent in English – listening, reading, writing and speaking. Non-native English speakers must provide TOEFL or IELTS score.