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The JFWE Eleanor Roosevelt Scholars Program Recruitment

The JFEW Eleanor Roosevelt Scholars Program is Recruiting for Academic Year 2014-2015, Scholarships and Paid Internships Available!
If you’re a sophomore or sophomore equivalent and meet the requirements below, consider applying to the JFEW Eleanor Roosevelt Scholars Program, this program is a two year program. Those selected as JFEW Eleanor Roosevelt Scholars will receive generous tuition assistance scholarships, a paid internship placement in the Summer of 2015 and access to special events and dedicated workshops at the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute. Generously funded by the Jewish Foundation for the Education of Women, JFEW Eleanor Roosevelt Scholars are of all backgrounds.Participation in the Program is open to both men and women.

Program Participants will be selected during their sophomore year on the basis of academic achievement, demonstrated leadership in academic and community activities, financial need, and the articulation of the applicants’ interest in pursuing careers related to public policy and public service and their commitment to enhancing the status of women in public policy and public service. In order to be considered for the Program, an applicant must:
A-Hold no more than 70 academic credits;
B- Be enrolled as a full-time student for each semester during the Program;
C- Demonstrate financial need;
D- Maintain a grade point average (GPA) of 3.2 or better for each semester during the Program;
E- Demonstrate a strong connection to New York City;
F- Be a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident of the U.S.; and
G-Have a demonstrated commitment to enhancing the status and role of women in the fields of public policy and public service

Candidates who are committed to careers in public service are strongly encouraged to apply.

Applicants to the Program cannot be enrolled in the CUNY Macaulay Honors Program. If you're interested in being a change agent - from local to global – apply now. 
For more information or to start the application process contact Theoni Angelopoulos
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