Graduate Fellowship in Social Entrepreneurship Available at NYU
Each year, the NYU Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation Program in Social Entrepreneurship awards up to 20 Graduate Fellowships in Social Entrepreneurship to students from across 11 NYU schools.
The Catherine B. Reynolds Foundation Program in Social Entrepreneurship is designed to attract, encourage and train a new generation of leaders in public service.Each year, the program exposes a highly selective group of graduate and undergraduate students from throughout New York University to the cross-disciplinary skills, experiences and networking opportunities needed to advance and support their efforts to realize sustainable and scalable pattern-breaking solutions to society’s most intractable problems.
It is open to new students accepted for Fall 2008 enrollment to any full-time, two-year master’s program (with the exception of some executive programs), or students that are currently enrolled in the schools of law, medicine, dentistry or some three-year Tisch School of the Arts programs and will have two years of study remaining beginning September 2008.
Successful applicants will receive up to $25,000 for each of two years of study, and participate in an intensive two-year curricular and co-curricular component designed to help prepare them to be the next generation of social entrepreneurial leaders.
Visit the Fellowship website for more information, and to download an application.
(Side note: NextBillion ally and PSD Blog co-founder Pablo Halkyard is a current Reynolds fellow)