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  • Hearst Minority Fellowship | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Location US Midwest Issue Focus Area Topic Community Economic Development Human Rights Civil Rights Social Justice Law Sector Field Not specified Pathway Engaged Scholarship Description Program Description A 10 month appointment the Hearst Minority Fellowship begins on August 15 and ends on June 15 Since the Center believes that education in philanthropy is essential to leadership development Hearst fellows devote time to Studying philanthropic experience and tradition Investigating connections between formal education and community service Building valuable connections with others in the Center s programs Discussing the role of philanthropy in all communities in our society Study Hearst Fellows must study on a full time basis Hearst Fellows must pursue one of several academic programs affiliated with the Center Master of Arts in Philanthropic Studies Or one of the following Dual Degrees Master of Arts in Philanthropic Studies and Economics Master of Arts in Philanthropic Studies and History Master of Arts in Philanthropic Studies and Master of Science in Nursing Nursing Administration Master of Arts in Philanthropic Studies and Master of Public Affairs in Nonprofit Management The M A focuses on the history culture and values of philanthropy The dual degrees allow students to earn two master s degrees in a reduced amount of time Highlights of the Hearst Fellowship Attend The Fund Raising School s course Principles Techniques of Fund Raising in Indianapolis May attend a national conference related to philanthropy or visit another university based academic center that studies philanthropy Gain valuable experience by working 10 hours a week at the Center on Philanthropy Benefits of the Hearst Fellowship Hearst Fellows receive a stipend of 9 000 for the year to cover housing and living expenses Tuition is waived The Center covers other program related costs e g to attend TFRS and a national conference The Center offers

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/hearst-fellows (2015-11-16)
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  • Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowship | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Focus Area Topic Environment Human Rights Civil Rights International Affairs Development Social Justice Law Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Policy Politics Description The Herbert Scoville Jr Peace Fellowship was established in 1987 to provide college graduates with the opportunity to gain a Washington perspective on key issues of peace and security Twice yearly the fellowship s Board of Directors selects a small group of outstanding individuals to spend six to nine months in Washington Supported by a salary the fellows serve as full time project assistants at the participating organization of their choice In the Program s first twenty six years one hundred and forty four fellowships have been awarded Scoville Fellows through independent projects and active participation with their chosen organization and the larger community dedicated to peace and security issues have rich opportunities to gain experience and leadership skills and to help translate their social concerns into direct action In addition each Fellow selects a board member to serve as a mentor and mentor smoothing the transition to Washington DC Scoville Fellows are selected from an international pool of distinguished applicants Prospective Fellows are expected to demonstrate excellent academic accomplishments and a strong interest in issues of peace and security Graduate study a college major course work or substantial independent reading that reflects the substantive focus of the fellowship is also a plus Prior experience with public interest activism or advocacy is highly desirable It is preferred but not required that such activities be focused on peace and security issues The goals of the Herbert Scoville Jr Peace Fellowship program are to provide a unique educational experience to outstanding individuals who might otherwise not have the opportunity to work on peace and security issues in Washington DC develop leadership skills that can serve the Fellow throughout a career in

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/herbert-peace-fellows (2015-11-16)
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  • Heritage Foundation Internship Program | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Alumni Undergraduates Location Washington DC Issue Focus Area Topic Community Economic Development Environment Health Medicine International Affairs Development Social Justice Law Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Engaged Scholarship Policy Politics Description The Heritage Foundation Internship Program attracts young conservative leaders of the highest caliber We train equip and develop tomorrow s young conservative leaders during their time at Heritage Our paid interns are given substantive work acquire policy expertise and build marketable skills Interns work with Heritage experts on foreign and domestic policy issues in such areas as energy and the environment the rule of law homeland security and health care For those interested in business Heritage offers the opportunity to work in communications and marketing development coalition building and outreach and government relations Intern Programming In addition to the practical experience interns acquire intern programming offers educational and skill enhancing seminars Interns regularly attend events where they can meet and talk with the nation s leading policy makers in addition to establishing friendships and contacts that will last a lifetime Interns attend weekly briefings with Heritage policy experts on foreign and domestic policy issues Lectures and seminars held at Heritage give interns the chance to hear from prominent conservative leaders

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/heritage-interns (2015-11-16)
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  • Hertz Foundation Fellowships | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Foundation Fellowships Organization Hertz Foundation URL http www hertzfoundation org Deadline Month November Duration 2 years Open to Graduate students Graduating students Recent graduates Alumni Location All Issue Focus Area Topic Environment Health Medicine Science Technology Sector Field Not specified Pathway Engaged Scholarship Description Eligible applicants for Hertz Fellowships must be students of the applied physical biological and engineering sciences who are citizens or permanent residents of the United States of America and who are willing to morally commit to make their skills available to the United States in time of national emergency see our Moral Commitment section College seniors wishing to pursue the Ph D degree in any of the fields of particular interest to the Foundation as well as graduate students already in the process of doing so may apply We screen Fellowship applicants for qualities the Foundation believes are essential ingredients of future professional accomplishment and or reasonably reliable leading indicators of future professional success These include Exceptional Intelligence and Creativity with particular emphasis on those aspects pertinent to technical endeavors Excellent Technical Education evidenced not only by transcripts and reference reports from senior technical professionals but also by the results of a personal technical interview Orientation and Commitment to the applications of the physical sciences as is typical of most applicants Extraordinary Accomplishment in technical or related professional studies which may offset slightly lower academic records or add luster to outstanding ones Features of Temperament and Character conducive to high attainment as a technical professional the assessment of which is difficult albeit important to the Foundation Appropriate moral and ethical values of considerable interest to the Foundation in the furthering of our basic goals Leverage what difference the award of the Hertz Fellowship is likely to make in the kind quality and or personal creativity of

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/hertz-fellows (2015-11-16)
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  • Hillel's Schusterman International Center Fellowship Program | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    URL https www hillel org careers jobs fellowships hq default Deadline Month Unknown Duration Not specified Open to Graduate students Graduating students Recent graduates Alumni Location California San Francisco Bay Area Los Angeles US East Coast New York City Boston Washington DC US Midwest Chicago US Pacific Northwest US South Issue Focus Area Topic Arts Culture Media Faith based Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Not specified Description The Bronfman Fellowship offers a recent college graduate exposure to the high level operations of an international non profit organization in the Jewish community by serving as an integral Hillel staff member in the Office of the President In his her work with Hillel s President the Bronfman Fellow is included in strategic planning meetings key research travel and other executive matters The Bronfman Fellow s responsibilities range from logistical support for campus visits and conference schedules to authoring talking points for the President s speeches articles and presentations Additionally the Bronfman Fellow receives hands on exposure to other areas of Hillel s work including governance development event planning communications and external relations The salary for the Hillel Schusterman International Center Fellowship is 32 000 Hillel also offers a generous benefits package that includes

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  • Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Intern Program | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    and Urban Development HUD Intern Program Organization Department of Housing and Urban Development URL http portal hud gov hudportal HUD src program offices administration jobs int Deadline Month Other Varying deadlines Duration Summer 1 year 1 year program Open to Graduate students Graduating students Recent graduates Alumni Undergraduates Location Washington DC Issue Focus Area Topic Community Economic Development Other Sector Field Government Pathway Policy Politics Description The Department of Housing and Urban Development HUD Pathways Program is an innovative employment program recruiting students and recent college graduates Entry level or internship opportunities are posted at www usajobs gov Consider an extraordinary career with HUD Internship Program The Internship Program replaces the Student Career Experience Program SCEP and Student Temporary Employment Program STEP This Program is designed to provide students enrolled in a wide variety of educational institutions from high school to graduate level with opportunities to work in agencies and explore Federal careers while still in school and while getting paid for the work performed Students who successfully complete the program may be eligible for conversion to a permanent job in the civil service Additional information about the Internship Program can be found at www usajobs gov Here are some

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  • Humane Studies Fellowships | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    California San Francisco Bay Area Los Angeles US East Coast New York City Boston Washington DC US Midwest Chicago Issue Focus Area Topic Arts Culture Media Community Economic Development Environment Faith based Food Agriculture Gender Identify Health Medicine Human Rights Civil Rights International Affairs Development Self Designed Other Science Technology Social Justice Law Social Services Poverty Youth Education Not Specified Sector Field Not specified Pathway Engaged Scholarship Description The Humane Studies Fellowship HSF program provides more than just monetary awards The fellowships connect winners to a support network to guide them through a successful career in academia Humane Studies Fellowships are awarded to full time graduate students embarking on liberty advancing careers in ideas The fellowships support study in a variety of fields including economics philosophy law political science history and sociology Awards range from 2 000 to 15 000 and fellowship winners may re apply for each year of their studies In 2012 the Institute for Humane Studies awarded more than 800 000 to over 200 students Fellowship winners are also preferred candidates for IHS invitation only programs such as our Career Development Seminars which help students think strategically about how to succeed in academia our Colloquia to discuss

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  • Humanity in Action Fellowships | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Duration Summer Open to Graduate students Graduating students Recent graduates Alumni Undergraduates Location Europe Issue Focus Area Topic Arts Culture Media Community Economic Development Environment Faith based Food Agriculture Gender Identify Health Medicine Human Rights Civil Rights International Affairs Development Self Designed Other Science Technology Social Justice Law Social Services Poverty Youth Education Not Specified Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Direct Service Engaged Scholarship Description Intensive and demanding the Humanity in Action Fellowship brings together international groups of university students and recent graduates to explore national histories of discrimination and resistance as well as examples of issues affecting different minority groups today Each program is highly interdisciplinary and features daily lectures and discussions with renowned academics journalists politicians and activists as well as site visits to government agencies non profit and community organizations museums and memorials The programs seek to highlight different models of action to remedy injustice The objective of the Humanity in Action Fellowship is to facilitate a collective exploration of the social and political roots of discrimination as well as to provide a forum where potential solutions to some of today s most challenging issues can be considered and discussed The programs are also intended to instill a

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