Fellowships

ASME Federal Fellows
The program enables selected ASME members to spend one (1) year in Washington, D.C. working with the staff of a congressional committee, U.S. Senator or U.S. Representative. They provide a valuable public service while providing engineers with a unique opportunity to participate directly in the policy making process. The process is very competitive. A stipend of $55,000 will be awarded to each Fellow for the year. Fellowship applicants must be U.S. citizens and ASME members at the time of application.

ASME Graduate Teaching Fellowships
GTF’s are a collaboration between ASME and university mechanical (or related) engineering departments to encourage doctoral candidates to pursue a career in engineering education. Multiple $5,000 Fellowships are awarded annually and can be renewed with an additional $5,000 award for a second year.

IPTI Graduate Fellowships
The annual $10,000 International Petroleum Institute’s Graduate Fellowship provides financial support to a student who has earned a bachelor’s degree in an engineering curriculum and has been accepted in a graduate engineering school.