Swearer Center for Public Service and Center for Careers and Life after Brown is cosponsoring Fellowship Program for Undergraduate Students in Public Education, Rhode Island, 2012 2013
Scholarship Program: Messing Family Public Service Fellowship
Type of Award: Scholarship
Nationality: U.S. Citizen
Employer: Swearer Center for Public Service and Center for Careers and Life after Brown
Level of study: Undergraduate
Subject(s): Public Education
Duration: One Academic Year
Number of awards: Not Known
Am I eligible? 1) The fellowship is open to all Brown undergraduates, with preference given to students on financial aid.
2) Internship must focus on public education in a way that advances student’s understanding of public education in the U.S. and their own interest and career possibilities in education; can involve direct work with students (though not student teaching), teachers, and administrators; and/or research, policy, or advocacy work related to public education.
How do I apply? By post
What does it cover? The Fellowship will be launched with awards for academic year internships, in the amount of $1,500 per semester award.
Scholarship Description: The Messing Family Public Service Fellowship provides funding for students to pursue internships in public education that advance students’ understanding of public education in the U.S. and their own interest and career possibilities in education. The Fellowship is a collaboration between the Swearer Center for Public Service, the Center for Careers and Life After Brown, and the Education Department, and was established through the generosity of Brett S. Messing ’86 and Marla B. Messing.
Application closing date: 31 July, 2012