Preparing for Public Policy Fellowships

This is by no means an extensive list of the opportunities available for you to prepare for these types of fellowships. Please continue to research opportunities on your own and consult your faculty, mentors, and other campus and community resources to discover more ways that can prepare you for these types of fellowships.

Seattle University Integrity Board
Helps students develop their ability to discuss citizenship, values, ethics, and integrity and how they relate to Seattle University policies

Center for Service and Community Engagement Community Partners

Center for Service and Community Engagement Advocacy Skills Training
Teaches skills on how to perform a contextual analysis, how to develop a message, a campaign plan, a power map, coalition building, working with the media, lobbying, etc.

Learning Communities: Hurtado Learning Community & Millie Bown Russell Leadership Learning Community

Publicy Policy Student Clubs
*Check under "Political/Social Interest"

 

Upcoming Deadlines

Please note that Seattle University campus deadlines may be one to two months prior to the official scholarship deadline. Application processes generally begin six months in advance of official scholarship deadlines. Check with the Office of Fellowships to obtain campus-specific deadline information. 

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Announcements

The Fulbright ETA Proposal Writing Workshop and Full Grant Proposal Writing Workshop are coming up soon!  


Please join us on May 2nd for the ETA Proposal Writing Workshop Pigott 107, 4:00-5:00pm and

May 3rd for the Full Grant Proposal Writing Workshop Pigott 106, 8:00am-2:00pm


For questions or to RSVP email Katie Dabbs at dabbsk@seattleu.edu 

 

Be sure to also check out our Facebook page for additional information

 

 

 

 

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