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  • CDC Steven M. Teutsch Prevention Effectiveness Fellowship | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Deadline Month January Duration 2 years Open to Graduate students Location US South Issue Focus Area Topic Health Medicine Sector Field Government Pathway Policy Politics Description Goal The Fellowship s primary goal is to establish a cadre of quantitative policy analysts at CDC whose work provides information for health policy decision makers regarding allocation and use of resources to maximize health impact Overview The PEF was established to address demand in the field of public health for economics based inquiry quantitative policy analysis and integrative health services research The PEF is a 2 year post doctoral applied training program Fellows are assigned to various CDC Centers Institute and Offices CIOs where they assess the public health impact of policies programs and practices by determining their cost effectiveness and overall impact The PEF provides classroom training and hands on experience to support the development of valuable research skills After an introduction to basic public health sciences and prevention effectiveness methods fellows are assigned to a CDC program area where they take a lead role in prevention effectiveness studies Assignment activities include Designing and conducting studies Working closely with national and international experts in public health Presenting and publishing results Providing technical

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  • CDC - Hubert Global Health Fellowship | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Postgraduate Fellowships WORKSHOPS COMMUNITY SERVICE WORK STUDY CSWS EDUCATION PARTNERSHIPS GRADUATE PUBLIC SERVICE GPS FELLOWSHIP SERVICE ORGANIZATION LEADERSHIP PROGRAM CAREERS IN PUBLIC SERVICE COMMUNITY ENGAGED LEARNING COMMUNITY BASED RESEARCH FOR STUDENTS PUBLIC SERVICE HONOR SOCIETY PUBLIC SERVICE LEADERSHIP PROGRAM PUBLIC SERVICE SCHOLARS PROGRAM INNOVATION GRANTS ASSOCIATED ORGANIZATIONS AND PROGRAMS WebAuth Login SUNetID Users CDC Hubert Global Health Fellowship Organization Centers for Disease Control and Prevention URL http www cdc gov HubertFellowship More html Deadline Month February Duration 1 year program Open to Graduate students Location US South International Sector Field Government Pathway Engaged Scholarship Policy Politics Description This fellowship provides third and fourth year medical and veterinary students with public health experience in a developing country The main focus of the fellowship is a 6 to 12 week field assignment where fellows are mentored by experienced CDC staff and learn through hands on experience while working on a public health project Student Affairs The Haas Center for Public Service is proud to be part of Student Affairs which advances student development and learning fosters community engagement promotes diversity inclusion and respect and empowers students to thrive Helpful Links Get emergency assistance or find help View the Stanford non discrimination policy

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/hubert-fellows (2015-11-16)
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  • Bloomberg Innovation Delivery Fellowship | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Alumni Location Domestic Issue Focus Area Topic Community Economic Development Science Technology Sector Field Government Pathway Policy Politics Description More than half the world s population lives in urban areas a number expected to climb to 70 percent in just a few decades Cities serve as hubs for invention cultural exchange education and the arts but city governments also face the challenges of efficiently delivering services to millions of residents as part of ensuring their safety health and prosperity In a cutting edge approach to major urban challenges Bloomberg Philanthropies has launched Innovation Delivery Teams in five US cities Atlanta Chicago Louisville Memphis and New Orleans The Teams are helping mayors develop and deliver high impact solutions to cities most pressing needs from dramatically scaling energy efficiency efforts to reducing gun violence Situated in a mayor s office these teams of top performers bring rigorous focus and best in class practice to identifying powerful solutions developing implementation plans and then managing for results effectively engaging all necessary stakeholders to support success throughout the process Bloomberg Philanthropies has invested 24 million over three years to enable the five selected cities to recruit and hire top tier talent to staff their teams see attached press release and news coverage Over the next three years each city will receive extensive technical assistance and support through the initiative to get the teams up and running and to identify best practices and lessons as each team customizes the model to meet local needs NYU Wagner and RCLA are serving as the knowledge partners for the three year 24 million initiative As part of our commitment to building a talent pipeline for public service we are designing and managing the Bloomberg Innovation Delivery Fellowship through which outstanding early career professionals document each Team s progress and

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/bloomberg (2015-11-16)
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  • Blue Engine Fellowship Program | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    will support roughly 100 students enrolled in a single subject at a single school Following the New York City Department of Education academic calendar you will spend one year 1700 hours supporting students at an urban public high school Your year will be anchored by small group instruction in either Math or Literacy classrooms Every day you will instruct small groups of students ranging from three to eight during regular class periods typically about three to five a day depending on school scheduling Throughout the year you will work with several different groups of students This makes Blue Engine tutorials unique our resources in terms of time and energy are matched to the evolving needs of students By allowing the size and scope of tutorials to remain flexible BETAs take a team minded approach to helping entire classes and entire schools progress together Focusing on a small number of students at a time you will collect student data daily to monitor learning track progress and inform your instruction You will be trained on how to use data to drive decision making and provided with a laptop to ensure you have access to necessary data tracking tools Outside the Classroom Outside of your academic class periods you will have the opportunity to implement Blue Engine s Social Cognitive Curriculum Along with a teacher you will co teach weekly 50 minute lessons throughout the entire school year focusing on on helping students build the noncognitive skills how to have a growth mindset set effective goals and use learning strategies they need to be academically successful and fundamentally change their attitudes about learning You ll also have the chance to lead after school programming ranging from SAT and academic tutoring coaching baseball and basketball teams managing student Government and yearbook club and directing

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/blue (2015-11-16)
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  • Boren Fellowships | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Development Sector Field Not specified Pathway Engaged Scholarship Description Boren Fellowships provide up to 30 000 to U S graduate students to add an important international and language component to their graduate education through specialization in area study language study or increased language proficiency Boren Fellowships support study and research in areas of the world that are critical to U S interests including Africa Asia Central Eastern Europe Eurasia Latin America and the Middle East The countries of Western Europe Canada Australia and New Zealand are excluded For a complete list of countries click here Boren Fellows represent a variety of academic and professional disciplines but all are interested in studying less commonly taught languages including but not limited to Arabic Chinese Korean Portuguese Russian and Swahili For a complete list of languages click here Boren Fellowships are funded by the National Security Education Program NSEP which focuses on geographic areas languages and fields of study deemed critical to U S national security Applicants should identify how their projects as well as their future academic and career goals will contribute to U S national security broadly defined NSEP draws on a broad definition of national security recognizing that the scope

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/boren-fellows (2015-11-16)
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  • Boren Scholarships | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    International Issue Focus Area Topic International Affairs Development Sector Field Not specified Pathway Engaged Scholarship Description Boren Scholarships provide up to 20 000 to U S undergraduate students to study abroad in areas of the world that are critical to U S interests and underrepresented in study abroad including Africa Asia Central Eastern Europe Eurasia Latin America and the Middle East The countries of Western Europe Canada Australia and New Zealand are excluded For a complete list of countries click here Boren Scholars represent a variety of academic backgrounds but all are interested in studying less commonly taught languages including but not limited to Arabic Chinese Korean Portuguese Russian and Swahili For a complete list of languages click here Boren Scholarships are funded by the National Security Education Program NSEP which focuses on geographic areas languages and fields of study deemed critical to U S national security Applicants should identify how their study abroad program as well as their future academic and career goals will contribute to U S national security broadly defined NSEP draws on a broad definition of national security recognizing that the scope of national security has expanded to include not only the traditional concerns of protecting

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/boren-scholars (2015-11-16)
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  • Bread for the World Internships | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Field Nonprofit Pathway Policy Politics Description Bread for the World is a collective Christian voice urging our nation s decision makers to end hunger at home and abroad By changing policies programs and conditions that allow hunger and poverty to persist we provide help and opportunity far beyond the communities where we live Bread for the World Interns on a recent visit to Capitol Hill Our internship program enables you to contribute your efforts to this mission while benefiting from opportunities for supervised learning personal development and work experience Join us in winning policy changes that get at the root causes of hunger and poverty Bread for the World Institute is located a few blocks from Capital Hill where we advocate consistently We actively seek diversity among our interns and encourage participation from students people making career changes and professionals who are retired or on sabbatical Our staff includes people with a wide range of life experiences and religious beliefs Christian and non Christian Placement Intern positions are available in the Washington DC office of Bread for the World Length varies from three months to one year One month internships are also available for students who need to fulfill field placement requirements Applicants are matched to specific jobs on the basis of their background skills and interests as well as the needs of the organization Opportunities for interns Intern positions are available in the following departments Administration Church Relations Communications Development and Member Services Government Relations Grassroots Organizing and Bread for the World Institute Each position is designed to provide information on public policy and the legislative process and to sharpen professional and organizational skills What will you be doing Here are some possibilities depending on the department where you work Attending hearings on Capitol Hill Conducting outreach and promotional

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  • Breakthrough National Internship Program | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Location Domestic Issue Focus Area Topic Youth Education Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Direct Service Description Teach at Breakthrough It will change your life Breakthrough offers one of the greatest opportunities in the country for you to assume leadership and to practice creativity adaptability and problem solving Breakthrough recruits college students from across the U S including the top twenty most competitive universities historically Black Universities and all the Ivy League Schools The application process requires prospective teachers to submit essays a sample teaching video transcripts and a recommendation Applicants who progress to the final round are invited for an interview What training will I receive Breakthrough will train you for two weeks in a research based data driven common model of instruction for effective lesson planning instructional strategies and classroom management You will learn how to develop and task analyze measurable objectives teach to multiple modalities in small cycles or chunks overtly engage 100 of the students with the objective every three to five minutes gradually release responsibility through carefully scaffolded practice and establish rules routines and high standards for classroom behavior The training provides aligned templates and curricula You will learn and regularly engage in collaborative lesson study developing

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