Fellowship Opportunities for ASTC Members
ASTC fellowship programs are opportunities for staff at ASTC-member institutions to learn new skills, develop capacity within their institutions, and engage with a network of peers across the science engagement ecosystem.
ASTC Diversity and Leadership Development Program
This fellowship supports diverse emerging leaders’ in science centers and museums to attend the ASTC Annual Conference and engage in a dedicated set of leadership sessions with a cohort of peers from across the field. Learn more.
Public Interest Technology (PIT) Community Innovation Fellowship Program
The 2020 pilot fellowship is training science-engagement professionals to collaborate with local civic, government, and university partners to engage the public on public interest technology issues that matter to their local communities. Learn more.
Lee Kimche McGrath Worldwide Fellowship
This fellowship was established to foster greater understanding among international colleagues and provides funding for an individual from a science center or museum outside the United States to attend the ASTC Annual Conferences. more