Current Funding Opportunities
The following Notices of Funding Opportunities (NOFOs) have been announced on Grants.gov and will remain on this site until the closing dates. This site is updated whenever a NOFO opens or closes. Please read each NOFO for the closing date and other information for proposal preparation. If you have questions, staff contact information may be found in the text of each NOFO. Please review the proposal submission announcements below.
FY 2017 Tunisia Undergraduate Scholarship Program Due April 3, 2017
FY 2017 Tunisia Community College Scholarship Program Due April 3, 2017
FY 2017 Creative Arts Exchange Due April 10, 2017
FY 2017 Thematic International Exchange Seminars (TIES) due April 24, 2017
FY 2017 Professional Fellows Program (PFP) Due May 1, 2017
FY 2017 Professional Fellows Congress (PFC) Due May 1, 2017
FY 2017 Community Solutions Program Due May 15, 2017
FY 2017 U.S.-Pakistan Professional Partnership for Journalists in Urdu Program Due May 22, 2017
The U.S. - Pakistan Professional Partnership for Journalists in Urdu Program is a two-way exchange program will promote improved knowledge and understanding of newsgathering strategies, media ethics, journalist safety in conflict zones, investigative reporting, and the business of journalism in the U.S. The program will also provide structured interaction between American and Pakistani journalists, which will contribute to stronger professional ties and lasting relationships between the two nations.
FY 2017 Global Undergraduate Exchange Program with Pakistan Due May 23, 2017
The FY 2017 Global Undergraduate Exchange Program in Pakistan (“Global UGRAD – Pakistan”) provides substantive exchange experience at a U.S. college or university to a diverse group of emerging student leaders from underrepresented socio-economic and geographic sectors in Pakistan. The students will complete one semester of non-degree undergraduate study in the United States at accredited two-and four-year institutions.
FY 2017 Study of the U.S. Institute for Student Leaders on Comparative Public Policymaking Due May 23, 2017
The Study of the U.S. Institutes for Student Leaders are intensive academic programs that provide groups of foreign undergraduate students with a deeper understanding of U.S. society, culture, and institutions. Institute activities include community service, leadership development, and opportunities to interact with U.S. peers. The Institutes address the influence of principles and values such as democracy, the rule of law, individual rights, freedom of expression, equality, diversity, and tolerance, and also incorporate a focus on contemporary American life.
FY 2017 Sports Visitor and Sports Envoy Program Due May 24, 2017
The Sports Visitor and Sports Envoy programs support U.S. foreign policy goals and promote key U.S. values, on and off the field, and an understanding of the political, economic, social, and cultural contexts from which they arise. These programs are an effective way to engage priority audiences, including at-risk youth, women, minorities, people with disabilities, and non-English speakers.
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