Rotary District Grants
District grants offer clubs and districts flexibility in carrying out activities that support the Rotary Foundation's mission. Districts are encouraged to distribute these grant funds for relatively short-term activities, either local or international.
The Christianson Grant is awarded to individuals who have arranged their own work abroad programs. Proposed programs must be at least six months in length and emphasize a work component. The grant program does not support independent research projects or academic study abroad programs.
For undergraduates studying world regions and languages critical to US interests, on a study abroad program (excluding Western Europe, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand).
Critical Language Scholarship Program
The Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program offers fully-funded summer language institutes for U.S. university students and is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.
Freeman Awards for Study in Asia
Freeman-ASIA accepts applications from U.S. citizens or permanent residents studying at the undergraduate level at a two-year or four-year college or university who demonstrate financial need to study abroad in East or Southeast Asia.
Luce Scholars Program The program provides stipends, language training, and individualized professional placement in Asia, and welcomes applications from college seniors, graduate students, and young professionals in a variety of fields who have had limited exposure to Asia and are U.S. citizens.
The LIVFund Scholarship has been designed for anyone who wants to learn, intern or volunteer in Latin America and is seeking financial assistance to offset their program or living abroad expenses.
Killam Fellowships Program
The Killam Fellowships Program provides an opportunity for exceptional undergraduate students from universities in the United States to spend either one semester or a full academic year as an exchange student in Canada. Must be a U.S. citizen to qualify.
These search engines are useful for finding resources and funding for specific locations and disciplines. You may want to try using general search engines (like Google) to find other sources – try looking for small organizations in your home town or pertaining to your gender, race, or religion.