Fellowship program for undergraduate students in social justice organised by Ignatian Center, California, 2013
Scholarship Program: Jean Donovan Summer Fellowship 2013
Type of Award: Fellowship
Nationality: Fellowship is open for U.S. citizens only.
Employer: Ignatian Center is providing fellowship program.
Level of study: This fellowship program is undergraduate studies.
Subject(s): Fellowship to study in the field of social justice.
Duration: This fellowship program is awarding for summer semester.
Number of awards: The number of awards for this program is 15.
Am I eligible? All undergraduate students who will be returning to SCU for 2013-2014 academic years are eligible to apply.
How do I apply? Interested students can apply for this fellowship award program electronically.
What does it cover? The Fellowship provides a grant of $1,500 to recipients and is awarded to 15 students annually. The grant is intended to help cover costs for the summer experience, such as travel, lodging, and program costs. It may also be used as a stipend for students who engage in unpaid work in the community closer to home.
Scholarship Description: The Jean Donovan Summer Fellowship was designed to encourage and support undergraduate students who desire to deepen their understanding of social justice issues through a community-based learning experience. The Fellowship provides a grant of $1,500 to recipients and is awarded to 15 students annually. Since it was created in 2000 over 100 students have received the Jean Donovan Summer Fellowship.
Application closing date: Deadline to submit a completed application is February 20, 2013.