Show Me Campaign Fellowships aim to encourage young people who are dedicated to helping improve the world. Each fellowship provides a $3,000 stipend to a college student who has secured an unpaid summer internship with a registered U.S. nonprofit organization working to eradicate global poverty or to improve education in the U.S.
Applicants must have completed their junior year of college at an accredited college or university before starting their internships and must be entering their senior year in the following fall.
Fellows are expected to develop and submit a personal profile and a host organization profile for posting on the Show Me Campaign Fellows blog, and their responsibilities as fellows include submitting three written or video entries during the summer that highlight their organization’s community, mission, and work. Receipt of the fellowship stipend is contingent on having met these expectations satisfactorily.