The Coverdell Fellows Program (formerly known as Fellows/USA) is a graduate fellowship program that offers financial assistance to Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs) who want to earn a graduate degree. All Fellows provide much-needed assistance to underserved American communities.
Arizona State University offers 12 Coverdell Fellowships per year that include:
- tuition assistance for most or all of a master’s degree
- increased earning potential in your career
- expanding the experience and skills that you gained in the Peace Corps while serving your local community
- real-world experience in solving economic and social challenges that face the nation and the world
Through the Paul D. Coverdell Fellows program, you can earn a master’s degree in several areas, including:
- business (MBA)
- education, including teacher certification
- justice studies or political science
- social justice and human rights
- social technologies
Deadline for application is April 1 for 2017 fall semester and fellowships are limited. Review the ASU Coverdell website at graduate.asu.edu/coverdell-fellowship for requirements, instructions, benefits and programs available to you, and to file an application. Questions? Please contact Christian.Ammon@asu.edu.
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