Scholarship Detail

Herbert Scoville Jr. Peace Fellowships

Program Information

Deadline Month: January, October
Application Deadline Dates: FALL- TBA 10/01/2021- for spring 2022
Award Amount: $2,700/month+travel
Scoville Fellowships offer $2,900/month plus travel expenses to work full-time for six to nine months in Washington, DC with a peace, disarmament, or nuclear arms control organization. Students with strong interest and experience working with peace and security issues are encouraged to apply.
Type: Internship Program
Application Available: Organization Website

Eligibility Requirements

Class Level: Senior, Graduate Student
Area of Study: Public Service, Social and Behavioral Sciences
Application Form: No
Citizenship: U.S. Citizen, Permanent Resident, International Students

Submission Requirements

Application Form: No
Transcripts: Yes
Transcript Description: Current College, All Colleges Attended
Letters of Rec: Yes
Letters of Rec Detail: 2
Resume: Yes
Resume Notes: Complete educational/professional/extracurricular data
Personal Essay: Yes
Personal Essay Notes: Discussing qualifications, interests, career objectives, desire to apply.
Project Proposal: No
Financial Aid: No
Institutional Endorsement: No
Other Submission Requirements: Yes
Other Submission Requirements Notes: 1,000 words max. on a contemporary, contentious issue related to peace and security issues.

Further Information

Mr. Paul Revsine
Program Director
Scoville Peace Fellowship Program
322 4th Street, NE
DC , 20 002