To provide college graduates with the opportunity to gain a Washington perspective on key issues of peace and security by serving as full-time project assistants for six to nine months at participating organizations.
Fields of Study:
Government, International Relations, Peace Studies, Political Science
To qualify, a candidate must:
1. have completed a Baccalaureate degree by the time the fellowship commences
2. demonstrate excellent academic accomplishments
3. demonstrate a strong interest in issues of peace and security
4. demonstrate a college major, coursework, or substantial independent reading that reflects the substantive focus of the fellowship
5. have some experience in public-interest activism or advocacy, which may include the following: organizing a campus forum, letter-writing campaign, meeting with decision makers, or rallies; working with or joining a campus, local, or national organization; active participation on conferences; writing and publication or opinion pieces
6. U.S. citizenship is preferred but not required.
Position as a full-time project assistant for one to six months and a $1,900 per month stipend, health insurance, and paid travel expenses to Washington, D.C.
Applications should be submitted to Dean Imma De Stefanis on or before 10/2/06. Founder's G-11, email@example.com
Please contact Dean Imma De Stefanis at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Founder's G-11 for more information about this and other scholarship
or Founder's G-11 for more information about this and other scholarship opportunities.
Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship Program
Telephone: (202) 543-4100 ext. 124
For more information: http://www.clw.org/scoville/index.html