Tulane Center for Public Service is now accepting proposals for the Graduate Community-Engaged Fellowship Program

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The Tulane Center for Public Service is now accepting proposals for the newly created Graduate Community-Engaged Fellowship Program. The deadline to submit proposals is Friday, December 19.

Program Goals

  • Offer graduate students the mentorship, research, and practice opportunities to prepare for careers with community engagement components
  • Prepare graduate fellows to successfully engage with communities in ways that are scholarly, collaborative, and respectful
  • Create a network of community-engaged peers at the graduate level
  • Offer institutional support at Tulane for community engagement at the graduate level
  • Contribute to the field of community engagement by better preparing future scholars and practitioners
  • Provide a certificate of engaged scholarship upon completion (upon full implementation of the program)

Program Requirements

  • Graduate students from Masters, PhD, and professional programs are eligible to apply
  • Eligible students must submit an application, CV, letter of support from their graduate advisor, an unofficial transcript and/or graduate program plan, and a statement of interest
  • Fellows will be selected based on previous level of engagement and the thoroughness of their proposed goals
  • Selected fellows will receive institutional support of $1,000 per semester for up to two semesters of program participation

Interested and eligible students should complete the request for proposals to Kyle Patrick Williams by e-mail to kwilli26@tulane.edu, by fax to 504-862-8061, or in person to Alcee Fortier Hall, 2nd floor.

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