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  • Long-term Christian Appalachian Project Volunteers | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    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 Long term Christian Appalachian Project Volunteers Organization Christian Appalachian Project URL http christianapp org vol long term volunteering Deadline Month March Duration 1 year program Open to Not specified Location US South Issue Focus Area Topic Community Economic Development Faith based Social Services Poverty Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Direct Service Description Long term Christian Appalachian Project Volunteers make a commitment of 12 months with an option to apply for additional years Though we have volunteers of all ages most of our long term volunteers are either recent high school or college graduates engaged in post graduate volunteering or retirees who want to continue to make a difference in their encore careers Because of the greater time commitment they are making long term volunteers are able to take on mission critical service positions that require someone willing to give the time and energy needed to address Appalachia s most persistent challenges Student Affairs The Haas Center for Public Service is proud to be part of Student Affairs which advances student development and learning fosters

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/christian-volunteers (2015-11-16)
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  • Luce Scholars Program | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    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 Not specified Description The Luce Scholars Program is a nationally competitive fellowship program It was launched by the Henry Luce Foundation in 1974 to enhance the understanding of Asia among potential leaders in American society The program provides stipends language training and individualized professional placement in Asia for 15 18 Luce Scholars each year and welcomes applications from college seniors graduate students and young professionals in a variety of fields who have had limited exposure to Asia The program is unique among American Asian exchanges in that it is intended for young leaders who have had limited experience of Asia and who might not otherwise have an opportunity in the normal course of their careers to come to know Asia Those who already have significant experience in Asia or Asian studies are not eligible for the Luce Scholars Program On the other hand candidates may have taken Asian language or Asia focused courses without majoring in Asian Studies They may have

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/luce-scholars (2015-11-16)
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  • Lutheran Volunteer Corps | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    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 Lutheran Volunteer Corps Organization Lutheran Volunteer Corps URL http www lutheranvolunteercorps org index cfm apply today Deadline Month January April Duration 1 year program Open to Graduate students Graduating students Recent graduates Alumni Location California San Francisco Bay Area US East Coast Washington DC US Midwest Chicago US Pacific Northwest Issue Focus Area Topic Environment Faith based Gender Identify Human Rights Civil Rights Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Direct Service Description Lutheran Volunteer Corps LVC is a one year national volunteer service program It is for people who want to explore their spirituality while working for social justice living in intentional community with other volunteers and practicing sustainability in all aspects of their lives LVC was founded in 1979 by Luther Place Memorial Church Washington DC Since its beginning Lutheran Volunteer Corps has matched over 1 800 volunteers with social service organizations in sixteen cities across the country Student Affairs The Haas Center for Public Service is proud to be part of Student Affairs which advances student development and learning fosters community

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/lutheran-volunteers (2015-11-16)
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  • Mabelle Arole Fellowship | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Duration 1 year program Open to Graduate students Graduating students Recent graduates Alumni Undergraduates Location Asia Pacific Islands Issue Focus Area Topic Health Medicine International Affairs Development Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Direct Service Description Are you currently a Pre Med Are you interested in international health Do you want to learn about community based health programming in a developing country Can you rough it for one year in rural India If you meet the eligibility requirements consider applying to be a Mabelle Arole International Fellow for 2013 2014 JSI Research Training Institute Inc will begin to accept applications in December 2012 The Mabelle Arole International Fellows Learn about community driven programming how it works and how it contributes to a community s well being Live and work at the Comprehensive Rural Health Project Jamkhed India for almost one year Work with one of the best primary health projects in the world Learn about the priority health care areas addressed community based primary care women s health under fives care family planning control of chronic illnesses prevention of infectious diseases and integrated rural development Work on a project depending on current CRHP activities and your interest One U S citizen or

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/mabelle-fellows (2015-11-16)
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  • Machon Kaplan Summer Program | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    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 Machon Kaplan Summer Program Organization Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism URL http rac org confprog machon Deadline Month February Duration Summer Open to Undergraduates Location US East Coast Washington DC Issue Focus Area Topic Faith based Gender Identify Social Justice Law Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Engaged Scholarship Description Machon Kaplan is an internship program for undergraduate students interested in Judaism and social justice Based in Washington D C it provides students with housing a meaningful social justice internship the opportunity to engage in academic study related to their internships and a community of like minded students with whom to share their experience Students learn through study and action the interrelationship of Judaism and American democratic ideals as well as the political interaction of the organized American Jewish community and the U S government 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

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/kaplan (2015-11-16)
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  • MAP Sustainable Energy Fellowships | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    Duration Summer 1 year Open to Graduate students Graduating students Recent graduates Alumni Undergraduates Location California San Francisco Bay Area US East Coast New York City Boston Washington DC US Midwest Chicago US Pacific Northwest Issue Focus Area Topic Environment Sector Field Government Nonprofit Pathway Policy Politics Description In 2001 MAP created the Sustainable Energy Fellowships to promote the awareness of environmental issues resulting from our past and present energy use The Fellowship program supports the efforts of non governmental organizations NGOs that are chosen based on their efforts to identify and solve the challenges of developing a more sustainable energy future The Fellowship program solves two problems facing sustainable energy development How can NGOs attract the best students coming out of energy programs How can energy students find the best use of their education in a rewarding professional capacity while working in areas with fewer resources to compete for high caliber energy professionals To solve these problems MAP provides fiscal resources to NGOs to attract young professionals and coordinates the recruitment efforts from the academic arena The job focus of each Fellowship is to support efforts that address developing a more sustainable energy future environmental problems and the legacy of our past and present energy sources Fellowships are 12 weeks and 1 year in duration Qualified applicants must be enrolled graduate or undergraduate students at Stanford University or alumni who have graduated from Stanford within the last three years Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and for positions of duration less than one year must not have previously been a MAP Fellow Selected candidates receive a stipend of 7 500 with an additional 1 000 cost of living adjustment for those working in Washington DC San Francisco New York City Boston for each twelve week Fellowship

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/map (2015-11-16)
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  • Mariam K. Chamberlain Fellowship in Women & Public Policy | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    SCHOLARS PROGRAM INNOVATION GRANTS ASSOCIATED ORGANIZATIONS AND PROGRAMS WebAuth Login SUNetID Users Mariam K Chamberlain Fellowship in Women Public Policy Organization Institute for Women s Policy Research URL http www iwpr org about fellowships Deadline Month March Duration 1 year Open to Graduate students Graduating students Recent graduates Alumni Location US East Coast Washington DC Issue Focus Area Topic Gender Identify Health Medicine Human Rights Civil Rights Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Engaged Scholarship Description The Mariam K Chamberlain Fellow works as a general research assistant on a variety of research projects and reports Research tasks may include reviewing literature collecting checking and analyzing data gathering information and preparing reports and report graphics Attending relevant Congressional briefings policy seminars and meetings is also an integral part of the fellowship program Applicants should have at least a bachelor s degree in a social science discipline statistics or women s studies Graduate work is not required Applicants should have strong quantitative and library research skills and knowledge of women s issues familiarity with Microsoft Word and Excel is required Knowledge of STATA SPSS SAS or graphics software a plus Qualitative research skills also a plus Student Affairs The Haas Center for Public Service

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/mariam-fellows (2015-11-16)
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  • Match Corps | Haas Center for Public Service - Fellowships, Internships and Service Programs (FISP) Database
    program Open to Graduating students Recent graduates Alumni Location US East Coast Boston US Midwest Chicago Issue Focus Area Topic Youth Education Sector Field Nonprofit Pathway Direct Service Description The Match Corps is a one year full time professional tutoring fellowship where elite college graduates work intensively with students in small groups 1 1 or 2 1 Corps members not only provide academic support but also build strong meaningful relationships with students and families Match Corps members are high achievers with a relentless work ethic Each corps member will have a personal caseload of students with whom they will work all year They work tirelessly to ensure the success of their students The Match Corps Program is highly selective with a 6 hire rate Match Corps members span a wide range of career interests from medicine law to education policy Nearly all Match Corps members who apply to graduate school are accepted Who Applies for the Match Corps Recent college grads who Are interested in education and wish to pursue a year of service Are looking for a gap year of service before medical school law school or other graduate programs and Are interested in a career in education policy

    Original URL path: https://fisp.stanford.edu/haas/fellowship/match (2015-11-16)
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