University of Michigan offers Fellowships for Graduate Students in Public Service related Studies, Michigan, 2013 2014
Scholarship Program: Dean’s Public Service Fellows Program
Type of Award: Fellowship
Nationality: Fellowships are open for U.S. Citizens only.
Employer: University of Michigan Law School Dean Evan Caminker developed the Dean’s Public Service Fellows Program
Level of Study: It is available for Graduate Students.
Subject(s): Fellows Program to support students who desire Public service careers.
Duration: Fellowships open for 1 Year .
Number of Awards: The program recognizes up to ten second-year Michigan Law students
Am I Eligible? (1) To be eligible for the DPSF, Fellows must work full-time for a minimum of 10 weeks with a qualified government or public interest organization. The organization must be either a government agency (federal, state, or local) or a non-profit organization and the work performed must be non-partisan, legal in nature, and supervised by an attorney.
What does it cover? Fellows receive a $7,000 cash award.
How do I Apply? You can apply by Post.
Scholarship Description: University of Michigan Law School Dean Evan Caminker developed the Dean’s Public Service Fellows Program to support students who desire public service careers.Each year the program recognizes up to ten second-year Michigan Law students who have a demonstrated commitment to public service and who intend to seek public service legal employment during the summer after their second year of school in preparation for a public service law career.
Application closing date: Students must submit an application and a resume by 30 September, 2012