Scholars in the Nations Service Initiatives (SiNSI) offers fellowships to five students admitted to the Master of Public Affairs (MPA) program. Selected students are required to work for two years in the federal government before enrolling in the MPA program. SiNSI fellows are assisted by Princeton in finding federal jobs and are paid salaries by Princeton when the position is not funded by the government agency. When SiNSI fellows enroll at WWS, they receive full tuition scholarships and are fully funded for living expenses for two years. Further information is at www.wws.princeton.edu/scholars
Boston University School of Social Work offers Master’s Degree in Social Work (MSW). It is an urban-based graduate program that goes in depth with economic justice and urban environment. To promote diversity and multiculturalism, they recruit ALANA( African American/Blacks, Latino, Asian American/Pacific Islander, and Native American). Priority Deadline for Merit Scholarships & Transfer Students is January 15. Standard Deadline is March 1st. For detailed information, please visit http://www.bu.edu/ssw
University of Minnesota Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs focuses on 160 different majors. It requires a three-month internship where it gives students a chance to work in a public affairs setting and can be a major factor in career choices and placement opportunities. They also offer great financial aid packets! They will be holding two information sessions covering graduate programs in Public Policy (MPP), Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy (MS-STEP), and Urban and Regional Planning (MURP). The spring information session schedule can be found by visiting www.hhh.umn.edu or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 612-624-3800
Barry University School of Social Work A degree from Barry University School of Social Work will prepare you to engage in professional social work practice with diverse populations including, individuals, families, groups, communities, and organizations. Social workers promote a global perspective on the human condition through knowledge generation, competent practice and the exercise of leadership.For more information, please visit www.barry.edu/msw
Emerson College offers ten master’s degree programs. Presidential Fellowships and Graduate Assistantships are awarded to the strongest applicant in each program. For detail information about each program, please visit http://www.emerson.edu/graduate_admission
The University of Chicago offers a graduate program in Molecular Metabolism and Nutrition. For detailed information about this program, please visit the web site at http://chnnb.bsd.uchicago.edu
Howard University offers equal opportunity to students of any ethnicity, age, or handicap. If anyone is interested, please visit their web site at : http://www.gs.howard.edu/default.htm
American Psychological Association offers programs for training students to become clinicians or preparing students for applied research, and working toward a Master’s degree in Psychology or related fields in graduate study. For information visit: http://www.apa.org/education/grad/index.aspx or call: (405) 774-6113
The University of Iowa Graduate Program in Urban and Regional Planning for students wishing to pursue a master’s degree and a professional career in urban and regional planning. For more information visit www.urban.uiowa.edu.
The University of Michigan School of Information offers four specializations, the opportunity to customize a degree to match career goals, and dual-degrees with five other Michigan graduate and professional academic programs. For more information visit their web site at: http://www.si.umich.edu/academics/master-science-information
Johns Hopkins Business Management Programs for Business Leaders Developing a highly trained workforce, aligning people with processes and technologies, and managing change are constant challenge in today’s business environment. Advance your career and educational goals with a management curriculum that emphasizes the latest research and practical applications. Focus on real-life business skills, problem solving, and sound ethical judgment. For more information visit: http://www.business.jhu.edu
Graduate Horizons is a pre-graduate school program for Native American, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native Students. Visit: http://www.graduatehorizons.org/
The University of New Mexico PREP Program offers recent graduates, with BA/BS degrees from a variety of science, mathematics and engineering programs, the opportunity to work full time in a biomedical related research laboratory, while taking courses and attending seminars that will better prepare them to apply to be accepted into a biomedical related graduate program. Scholars will work and be paid a full time salary to carry out original independent research under the mentorship of a research active professor at the University of New Mexico. For more information go to: http://biology.unm.edu/PREP/ .
Harvard University Graduate School of Design Career Discovery is an unparalleled opportunity for graduating college students interested in exploring an education in architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, or urban design. For more information visit www.gsd.harvard.edu/careerdiscovery.
Graduate School of Journalism Columbia University is offering the Columbia Publishing Course, a premier post-graduate training program for the publishing profession. Programs consist of: Master of Science, the Master of Arts, and the Ph.D. in Communications. This course provides an intensive introduction to all aspects of book, magazine, and digital media publishing. This course is invaluable for college graduates who want to enter the publishing profession. Applications are now being accepted for the 2013 session. For more information visit http://www.journalism.columbia.edu/home or call 212.854.8608
Vanderbilt University’s Peabody College offers an innovative three-year course of study for working professionals leading to a Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) degree in Higher Education Leadership and Policy. This curriculum will enhance intellectual understanding; deepen leadership capacities, and position participants for elevated organizational responsibility and expanded community or civic influence. For additional information about the program or to begin an application, visit http://peabody.vanderbilt.edu/ or call Rosie Moody at (615) 322.8019.