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Offered by Carnegie Mellon University
Have you applied to Carnegie Mellon University’s MSPPM (Master of Public Policy & Management) program and are committed to promoting the advancement of the American Indian population and tribal affairs? If so, consider applying to the Tribal Affairs Fellowship! Each year, the Fellowships awards half- to full-tuition scholarships to multiple incoming CMU MSPPM students committed to the advancement of the American Indian population and tribal affairs. Recipients can also apply for a research assistantship or other part-time work opportunities to earn $5,000-$6,000 per academic year to help with non-tuition expenses. If you’re an incoming MSPPM student at Carnegie Mellon University with a passion for helping the American Indian population, keep on reading to learn more!
This scholarship is open to students meeting the below eligibility criteria.
CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY
Applicants must (1) have applied to Carnegie Mellon's MSPPM (Master of Public Policy & Management) program and (2) be committed to promoting the advancement of the American Indian population and tribal affairs.
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