National Fellowship Databases
University of Chicago's Fellowships, Research Opportunities, Grants, and Scholarships (FROGS) database
University of South Carolina's Investigate National Fellowship Opportunities (INFO) database
Cornell University Graduate School fellowships database
Stanford Haas Center’s Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) database
Brandeis University’s Graduate School of Arts and Sciences website links to numerous funding databases.
ProFellow – (currently in beta phase; users must sign-up) This database may help you fund graduate school, go abroad, conduct research or land your dream job.
Scholars for Development (scholars4dev) - international scholarships specifically for people from developing countries, people who would like to pursue development-related fields, and people who seek global and national development through further education.
Michigan State University Libraries' Grants for Individuals
Peace and Security Options - This document, prepared by fellowship advisor Laure Pengelly Drake of the University of Montana, lists a number of fellowships, internships, and networking opportunities related to peace and security issues.
National Fellowships for Non-US Citizens - Compiled by members of the National Association of Fellowship Advisors.