Scholarship for ICT4D Masters at Manchester

The 2017 Development Informatics Scholarship – worth £18,500 – is available for developing country applicants to the one-year MSc ICT4D programme at the University of Manchester. Applicants apply first for the programme.  On receipt of an offer, they send a scholarship application statement by May 26, 2017.  Scholarship covers all tuition fees including overseas fieldwork.  Details at http://www.gdi.manchester.ac.uk/study/taught-masters/funding-opportunities/, under “GDI Development Leadership Scholarships >  Development Informatics Scholarship.”   Scholarship Application  “Eligibility for the scholarships is as follows: Applicants must already hold an unconditional offer for an eligible Masters programme. Applicants must be…

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League of United Latin American Citizens Fellowship

“LULAC is the largest and oldest Hispanic Organization in the United States. LULAC advances the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, health and civil rights of Hispanic Americans through community-based programs operating at more than 1000 LULAC councils nationwide. The organization involves and serves all Hispanic nationality groups. Historically, LULAC has focused heavily on education, civil rights, and employment for Hispanics. LULAC councils provide more than a million dollars in scholarships to Hispanic students each year, conduct citizenship and voter registration drives, develop low income housing units, conduct youth leadership…

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2017 Andrew E. Rice Award for Leadership and Innovation by a Young Professional in International Development

“Each year we present the Andrew E. Rice Award for Leadership and Innovation by a Young Professional in International Development (Rice Award) at our Annual Conference. This award recognizes the achievements of an exceptional young professional working in the field of international development. Previously named “The Truman Award,” the award was established in 2003 by Andrew E. Rice and Robert Berg to honor leadership, innovation, impact and commitment. It was renamed The Rice Award in 2011 to honor the memory and contributions of one of its chief architects. The recipient…

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Student Scholarship Poster Competition

“The Annual Georgia Environmental Conference is the largest and most comprehensive environmental conference in the Southeast, aimed at providing cutting edge information to more than 700 environmental leaders. They represent state, local, and federal government, business and industry, attorneys, consultants, engineers, developers, land owners, architects, agribusiness, energy experts, water planning districts, academia, public health, solid waste and recycling, and environmental nonprofits. The Student Scholarship Poster Competition is intended to provide students the opportunity to present their research on timely environmental issues to a wide range of environmental professionals. Six student…

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New America Public Policy Fellowship

New America Millennial Public Policy Fellowship “New America is seeking enterprising, mission-driven young adults to work on the next big public policy challenges facing their generation. We invite applicants with a strong interest in public policy to apply for a competitive and paid fellowship in Washington, D.C. This fellowship is designed to create opportunities for new and diverse voices to contribute to future public policy discussions. New America seeks to invest in some of the most promising young minds in the country; to deepen exposure to contemporary public policy and…

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Hansen Summer Institute on Leadership & International Cooperation

“Calling on all Georgia Tech students interested in international affairs and international business! The Hansen Summer Institute, based at the University of San Diego (USD) School of Leadership and Education Sciences (SOLES), is a unique leadership experience and program in international cooperation. For three weeks in July 2017, five young American men and women will join with fifteen hand-picked students from a variety of developing countries and regions of social strife. Selected American students will receive a $1000.00 award, with roundtrip airfare from their home city.  Get paid to learn!  …

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Federal Jackets Fellowship – APPLY NOW!

“The U.S. federal government has a need for college student interns with a strong understanding in math and sciences, whether you are a student in the College of Engineering, Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts, or any of GT’s great colleges and schools.  Georgia Tech students across campus are invited and encouraged to apply for the Federal Jackets Fellowship and/or the Strategic Energy Internship, which provides students a paid opportunity to live and work in Washington, D.C. for a semester while serving in a federal government internship or at the…

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Public Service Fellows Internship Program

“The Partnership’s Public Service Fellows Program provides the opportunity for current students and recent graduates to develop professional skills while helping transform how government works. Our fellows do substantive, meaningful work that is integral to our day-to-day operations, programs and activities. Duties vary across our teams, but include event planning, research, writing and working with outside partners, including federal agencies and universities. Fellows have opportunities to grow personally as well as professionally through workshops and training sessions geared toward students and young professionals. We offer the following compensation (less applicable…

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International Monetary Fund Research Assistant Program

“Overview: We are seeking new applicants for the 2017 Research Assistant Program (RAP). The RAP is intended for students who have recently completed their undergraduate studies with a superior academic record and who would like to gain useful work experience before pursuing graduate studies. Assignments are limited to a two-year period and mainly support the operational and policy work of Fund economists. Research Assistants in the RAP are hired on a wide geographical basis. They must leave the Fund at the end of their two-year appointments. All positions are located…

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International Peace Fellowship, The Advocacy Project

The Advocacy Project is hiring Summer Peace Fellows for 2017! “The Advocacy Project (AP) is recruiting graduate students to serve with AP’s partner organizations for ten weeks this summer, beginning on June 1. All fellows will receive a $1,000 stipend plus $250 for travel/translation where appropriate. The deadline for applying is March 3, 2017. Our fellowship program is the only one that matches the skills of graduate students with the needs of human rights advocates. AP has deployed 285 Peace Fellows from 66 university programs since 2003. Each Peace fellow…

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