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  • Rhodes Scholarship for U.S. Citizens – Fellowships Office – S.F. State University
    two years the duration of most masters degrees and second bachelors degrees Scholars may also study for two one year taught master s degrees For those pursuing a doctorate the Scholarship may be renewed for a third year In the fourth and last year of a doctorate university fees only may be available Benefits The value of a Rhodes Scholarship consists of a direct payment to the Scholar s college of all tuition fees such as matriculation tuition and certain other set charges plus a maintenance stipend except for doctoral candidates who in the fourth year receive fees only of not less than 11 730 Pounds per year paid directly to the Scholar in installments during the term of the Scholarship This sum should be sufficient to enable a Scholar to meet necessary expenses for term time and vacations but those who can afford to supplement it to a modest extent from their own resources are advised to do so For those receiving fourth year fees for doctorates Oxford living expenses are often available through University teaching positions The Trust will assist Rhodes Scholars with their traveling expenses to and from Oxford Married applicants may apply It would be very difficult however for a married couple to live on the Rhodes Scholarship stipend alone Supplemental private funds are virtually essential Spouses may obtain permits to work legally in Britain Selection Criteria Proven intellectual and academic achievement of a high standard is the first quality required of applicants but applicants will also be required to show integrity of character interest in and respect for their fellow beings the ability to lead and the energy to use their talents to the full Intellectual distinction is the most important criterion but it cannot be measured by grades or college academic honors alone Letter of reference and for those who become finalists candidate interviews are extremely important as well There is no minimum GPA to be considered for a Rhodes although 3 7 is the usual minimum and some Oxford departments establish GPA requirements for certain degrees usually 3 8 Another useful measure might be admission to U S graduate schools if it is unlikely that you would be admitted to one of the very most selective U S graduate programs in your primary field it is unlikely that you will win a Rhodes Scholarship Application Process In selecting a district in which to apply students may apply from either their home state or the state in which they are conducting their undergraduate or master s level studies States are grouped into sixteen districts for the purpose of making these appointments Each District Committee selects not more than two candidates who will represent the state or states within each District as Rhodes Scholars at Oxford Please Note Applicants must pay their own expenses to the finalist interview which takes place in the district in which they have applied Graduating seniors will seek an endorsement from their undergraduate institution Graduate students who apply for a

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  • UC Berkeley Summer Research Opportunity (SROP) – Fellowships Office – S.F. State University
    Internships and Research Opportunities Study Intern Abroad Opportunities Artist Residencies Scholarships Resources Applicants Share Their Experiences Becoming a Strong Candidate FAQs Admitted Students Scholarships Search Strategy Deadlines Workshops Meet Our Fellows Contribute to This Site Quick Links Intake Questionnaire Graduate Fellowships California Pre Doctoral Program Financial Aid Scholarships Search Study Abroad Financing Study Abroad Transcripts Career Center Fellowships Office Contact Information Last Update July 14 2014 UC Berkeley Summer Research Opportunity SROP Please consult the program website to confirm program details including applicable deadlines Program Website Program Purpose The Summer Research Opportunity Program at UC Berkeley promotes access to graduate education among undergraduates who have been educationally or economically disadvantaged and who may not have exposure to the academic environment of a research university The goal of this eight week summer program is to increase the level of diversity among students entering Ph D programs by providing research opportunities under the supervision of a faculty mentor Program Description This program offers 8 week internships in the arts and humanities social sciences and physical sciences The program is also able to accommodate students interested in applying to law school Benefits Students will be awarded a 3 000 stipend In addition to

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~fellows1/249.html (2016-02-13)
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  • UC Davis Pre-Law Boot Camp – Fellowships Office – S.F. State University
    Research Opportunities Study Intern Abroad Opportunities Artist Residencies Scholarships Resources Applicants Share Their Experiences Becoming a Strong Candidate FAQs Admitted Students Scholarships Search Strategy Deadlines Workshops Meet Our Fellows Contribute to This Site Quick Links Intake Questionnaire Graduate Fellowships California Pre Doctoral Program Financial Aid Scholarships Search Study Abroad Financing Study Abroad Transcripts Career Center Fellowships Office Contact Information Last Update July 14 2014 UC Davis Pre Law Boot Camp Please consult the program website to confirm program details including applicable deadlines Program Website Program Purpose The UC Davis School of Law Pre Law Boot Camp is designed to assist high potential undergraduates with their preparation for admission to law school Program Description The program consists of a series of full day Saturday presentations and workshops throughout the spring semester These workshops occur during three to five Saturdays from February through March April During the program participants prepare for the law school application process gain insight into the law school experience and receive exposure to diverse legal fields Program activities include workshops on pre law preparation and law school admission presentations by law school professors attorneys and law students individual pre law advising including their own pre law action plan

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~fellows1/1636.html (2016-02-13)
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  • UC Davis School of Law: King Hall Outreach Program (KHOP) – Fellowships Office – S.F. State University
    Workshops Meet Our Fellows Contribute to This Site Quick Links Intake Questionnaire Graduate Fellowships California Pre Doctoral Program Financial Aid Scholarships Search Study Abroad Financing Study Abroad Transcripts Career Center Fellowships Office Contact Information Last Update July 14 2014 UC Davis School of Law King Hall Outreach Program KHOP Please consult the program website to confirm program details including applicable deadlines Program Website Program Purpose and Description KHOP is an intensive law school preparation program that requires participants to make a two year commitment during their junior and senior years The KHOP commitment involves two academic years and two consecutive summers During the four week summer sessions July August participants are in residence at UC Davis where they take classes in writing logic and LSAT prep sit in on presentations participate in Moot Court or Mock Trial and meet with tutors and admission professionals who help guide their academic and career decisions During the academic year they participate in a mentorship program with a current law student attend workshops on the application process take practice LSAT exams under test conditions and go on field trips The program provides the opportunity to meet law professors attorneys and admissions professionals from various

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~fellows1/978.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Udall Foundation Native American Congressional Internships – Fellowships Office – S.F. State University
    real world experience in policy making Interns participate in the daily workings of the federal government and the legislative process and learn about ways in which the government fulfills its trust responsibilities with tribal nations Program Description The Udall Foundation sponsors this 10 week summer internship program in Washington D C for Native American and Alaska Native students who wish to learn more about the federal government and issues affecting Indian Country Interns are placed with a Congressional office committee or federal agency in Washington D C where they have opportunities to research legislative issues important to tribal communities network with key public officials and tribal advocacy groups experience an insider s view of the federal government and enhance their understanding of nation building and tribal self governance At the end of the program interns report on an issue affecting individual tribes the federal trust responsibility tribal sovereignty or an issue with broad implications for tribal public policy Benefits The internship is fully funded the Foundation provides round trip airfare housing a per diem for food public transportation and incidentals and a 1 200 stipend at the close of the program Applicant Profile Successful applicants will have a demonstrated commitment to their tribal community and a demonstrated interest in fields related to tribal public policy and the challenges currently facing Indian Country such as tribal governance tribal law Native American education Native American health Native American justice natural resource protection cultural preservation and revitalization and Native American economic development Competitive candidates will also demonstrate a knowledge of Congressman Udall s legacy with regard to Native Americans an interest in learning how the federal government really works and strong organizational time management and research and writing skills Selection Criteria There is no preference given to the applicant s field of study

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~fellows1/611.html (2016-02-13)
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  • MD/PhD Trainee Resources and Funding Opportunities – Fellowships Office – S.F. State University
    developing world Site Home Search for Fellowships by Name Search Fellowship Undergraduate Fellowships By Year in School By Discipline By Identity Graduate Fellowships Master s Students By Year in School By Discipline By Identity Graduate Fellowships S F State Doctoral Students By Year in School Fellowships for Alumni Applicants to Doctoral Programs Applicants to Professional Programs Internships and Research Opportunities Study Intern Abroad Opportunities Artist Residencies Scholarships Resources Applicants Share Their Experiences Becoming a Strong Candidate FAQs Admitted Students Scholarships Search Strategy Deadlines Workshops Meet Our Fellows Contribute to This Site Quick Links Intake Questionnaire Graduate Fellowships California Pre Doctoral Program Financial Aid Scholarships Search Study Abroad Financing Study Abroad Transcripts Career Center Fellowships Office Contact Information Last Update July 14 2014 MD PhD Trainee Resources and Funding Opportunities Please consult the program website to confirm program details including applicable deadlines Program Website This site maintained by the Association of American Medical Colleges AAMC provides valuable information about the MD PhD dual degree current MD PhD programs and summer research opportunities for undergraduates who will pursue an MD PhD degree If you will apply to a combined MD PhD program please consult with S F State s Fellowship Advisor as

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~fellows1/349.html (2016-02-13)
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  • ABA Legal Opportunity Scholarship Fund – Fellowships Office – S.F. State University
    urban scenes and rural life in the developing world Site Home Search for Fellowships by Name Search Fellowship Undergraduate Fellowships By Year in School By Discipline By Identity Graduate Fellowships Master s Students By Year in School By Discipline By Identity Graduate Fellowships S F State Doctoral Students By Year in School Fellowships for Alumni Applicants to Doctoral Programs Applicants to Professional Programs Internships and Research Opportunities Study Intern Abroad Opportunities Artist Residencies Scholarships Resources Applicants Share Their Experiences Becoming a Strong Candidate FAQs Admitted Students Scholarships Search Strategy Deadlines Workshops Meet Our Fellows Contribute to This Site Quick Links Intake Questionnaire Graduate Fellowships California Pre Doctoral Program Financial Aid Scholarships Search Study Abroad Financing Study Abroad Transcripts Career Center Fellowships Office Contact Information Last Update July 14 2014 ABA Legal Opportunity Scholarship Fund Please consult the program website to confirm program details including applicable deadlines Program Website The ABA Legal Opportunity Scholarship Fund provides scholarships to ensure that minority students applying to law school have the opportunity to attend for three years by giving 5 000 annually to each scholarship recipient attending an American Bar Association accredited law school Competitive applicants will have overcome adversity proven themselves through academic

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~fellows1/232.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Bar Association of San Francisco Bay Area Minority Law Scholarship – Fellowships Office – S.F. State University
    for Fellowships by Name Search Fellowship Undergraduate Fellowships By Year in School By Discipline By Identity Graduate Fellowships Master s Students By Year in School By Discipline By Identity Graduate Fellowships S F State Doctoral Students By Year in School Fellowships for Alumni Applicants to Doctoral Programs Applicants to Professional Programs Internships and Research Opportunities Study Intern Abroad Opportunities Artist Residencies Scholarships Resources Applicants Share Their Experiences Becoming a Strong Candidate FAQs Admitted Students Scholarships Search Strategy Deadlines Workshops Meet Our Fellows Contribute to This Site Quick Links Intake Questionnaire Graduate Fellowships California Pre Doctoral Program Financial Aid Scholarships Search Study Abroad Financing Study Abroad Transcripts Career Center Fellowships Office Contact Information Last Update July 14 2014 Bar Association of San Francisco Bay Area Minority Law Scholarship Please consult the program website to confirm program details including applicable deadlines Program Website Created in response to the U C Regent s resolution to end affirmative action and race based admissions at University of California Schools this scholarship program was established to reaffirm a commitment to diversity in legal education and the legal profession The Bay Area Minority Law Student Scholarship provides financial assistance to qualified students from minority groups underrepresented in

    Original URL path: http://www.sfsu.edu/~fellows1/766.html (2016-02-13)
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