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Center for Women in Government and Civil Society

Center for Women in Government and Civil Society

University at Albany
135 Western Ave.
Draper Hall, Rm. 302
Albany, NY 12222
Ph: (518)442-3900
Fax: (518)442-3877
E-mail: [email protected]
URL: http://www.cwig.albany.edu

Center for Women in Government and Civil Society Fellowships (Postgraduate/Fellowship)

Purpose: To encourage graduate students to pursue careers in public policy while increasing the capacity of the New York State Government. Focus: Government. Qualif.: Applicant must be a graduate student at any accredited college or university in New York State; applicant must have completed 12 graduate credits before applying, with degree completion scheduled after fellowships. Criteria: Recipients are selected based on the demonstrated interest in public policy and the issue of underrepresented populations, candidate's curriculum vitae, transcript, letters of recommendation, and conducted interviews.

Funds Avail.: $9,000. To Apply: Applicants must submit curriculum vitae; transcript of record; letters of reference.

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