Fellowships for young people are programs that offer professional development, training, and mentorship opportunities for individuals who are typically between the ages of 18 and 35. These programs are designed to help young people gain valuable skills and experiences that will enhance their careers and personal growth.
Fellowships may be offered by a variety of organizations, including universities, non-profit organizations, government agencies, and private companies. They may be designed for a specific field, such as science or journalism, or they may be more broadly focused on leadership or social entrepreneurship.
Some examples of fellowships for young people include the Fulbright Fellowship, the Echoing Green Fellowship, the Peace Corps Fellowship, and the Obama Foundation Fellowship.