|By Jillian Johnstone (18.104.22.168) on Wednesday, August 26, 2009 - 9:18 am: Edit Post|
Clark University’s International Development, Community, and Environment department awards Master’s degrees in the following programs:
• International Development and Social Change (IDSC)
• Environmental Science and Policy (ES&P)
• Community Development and Planning (CDP)
• Geographic Information Science for Development and Environment (GISDE)
In particular, I was hoping to post the following message on your listservs:
PEACE CORPS FELLOWSHIPS
IDCE at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts, actively recruits RPCVs to its programs and provides generous fellowship opportunities. If you are looking to bridge your practical experience with theory, IDCE could be the right place for you. Our graduates are effective professionals who can work with activists, civil society organizations, government policy makers, business people, academics, scientists, technical experts, as well as ordinary people. IDCE alumni are the decision makers in environmental, development, and social service agencies, consultancies, businesses, and non-profits in the U.S. and abroad.
Returned Peace Corps Volunteer Fellowships: IDCE provides partial tuition fellowships (at least 40% tuition remission = to at least $20,000) to all RPCVs admitted to one of IDCE’s graduate programs. Additionally, each year, IDCE awards at least one full tuition-free competitive fellowship for a RPCV of extraordinary merit. To apply, please check the appropriate box on the IDCE application to be considered for these fellowships. Applicants can also provide some form of verification of service at the time of their application in order to waive the application fee.