The objective of the Winston Fellowship is to provide students with an opportunity for immersion in another culture and for research which might be the basis for their senior thesis.
- Must be a matriculated IS Major with CCNY GPA of 3.0 or more
- Two letters of recommendation
- Unofficial transcript
- A statement of personal goals
Priority for Winston awards is given to students who will use the study abroad to develop a senior thesis or policy portfolio.
Application deadline:November 10 (for Spring semester), April 10 (for Fall Semester)
Administered by: Director, International Studies Program.
- U.S.citizen or Permanent resident
- Enrolled , full-time, matriculated undergraduate
- Completed 12 credits, with a GPA of 2.5 or higher
- Making satisfactory progress towards degree
- Demonstrated financial need and self-help
- Participation in college-wide and community activities.
Application deadline: June 13 (for succeeding year).
Administered by: Vice-President for Student Affairs.
Fellowships of up to $2,000 a year provide minority students with an opportunity to work closely with a faculty mentor and participate in special symposia and summer research internships.
Application deadline: April 15 (for succeeding year)
Administered by: City College Fellowships Office, NAC 6/316.
Established by the Professional Staff Congress/CUNY, this scholarship of $1,250 per year is awarded to students who demonstrate characteristics of scholarship, leadership and service.
- Fulltime CUNY undergraduate
- 16 credits at any branch of CUNY
- GPA of 3.75 or better
- Typed and completed applications
- Transcript of college work
- 4 letters of recommendation attesting to contributions to college and community (two from faculty, regarding academic performance)
- Bursar's receipt as proof of full-time enrollment
Application deadline: November 27 (for succeeding academic year).
Belle Zeller Scholarship Trust Fund
25 West 43rd St, Fifth Floor
New York, N.Y. 10036.
- U.S. citizen
- Full-time sophomore
- An average of at least 'B'
- Major should lead to a career in public service
- Demonstrate an interest in public service at federal, state or local level
Application deadline: December 1 ( for succeeding year).
Administered by: Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation
712 Jackson Place N.W.
Washington D.C. 20006.
- Recent college graduates, no more than a year out of college.
- Participate full-time in the program for a year
Application deadline: January 18 (for September of that year)
Administered by: City of New York, Department of Personnel
220 Church Street, Room 424
New York, NY 10013. Tel (212)566-0430.
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