Seven separate scholarships ranging from $5,000-$10,000 for undergrad and masters students interested in computer science, cybersecurity, intelligence analysis, international affairs, national security studies, public policy, or comparable fields of study, as well as a variety of STEM-related defense and intelligence fields with a focus on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging
Application requirements include an online application, two letters of reference (one must be academic), and unofficial transcript
Seven separate scholarships ranging from $10,000-$15,000 for undergrad, masters, and PhD students interested in geospatial intelligence, remote sensing, engineering, artificial intelligence, or machine learning, as well as a variety of STEM-related defense and intelligence fields with a focus on diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging
Application requirements include two letters of recommendation, transcript, short-answer questions, and an essay
Multiple scholarships (exact amount TBD based on individual merit and financial need) for undergrad and graduate students with demonstrated commitment to pursuing a career in intelligence, national security, military intelligence, and related fields.
Application requirements include an online application, no more than 3-page resume, at least one letter of recommendation, transcript, short essays, financial information on educational debt, and willingness to have your name and photo identified online
The Philosophy Department at Penn State organizes two distinct CUSP programs each year. These programs are directed toward prospective graduate students in philosophy from traditionally underrepresented groups (including African Americans, Chicano/as and Latino/as, Native Americans, and Asian Americans).
The Summer Institute is primarily intended for rising undergraduate sophomores or juniors (others are still encouraged to apply) who are considering pursuing an academic career in Philosophy and wish to learn more about what it means to be a part of the discipline.
Applications for the Summer Institute are due April 3, 2023. Selected students will be brought to campus for the institute (all expenses paid). The application and more information are available on Penn State’s website: bit.ly/CUSPPSU
Want to make a difference in the lives of young children?
Casa de Esperanza seeks applicants for the Hands of Hope Service Year Program. Casa de Esperanza provides residential foster care to children ages birth through six who are in crisis due to abuse, neglect or the effects of HIV. For a complete description visit: https://www.casahope.org/hands-of-hope-service-year-1.
Looking for an adventure?! We want to invite you to consider studying abroad summer 2023 with BAYLOR IN OXFORD! We are an intentionally small study abroad trip, with a typical enrollment of 18 to 22 students. You can expect close interactions with your faculty and strong bonds with fellow students. Baylor students live at Christ Church, the largest and most prestigious of the Oxford colleges and where much of Harry Potter was filmed. We take our meals in the magnificent Great Hall, have classes overlooking Tom Quad, worship in Christ Church Cathedral, and wander the Meadows. We travel weekends (included in fees) to Scotland and London, take day trips to the Cotswolds, and provide British rail passes for your own excursions.
Applications are now live and fill quickly.
To receive more information about the program, please contact Dr. Flowers and Dr. Scales.
A summer intensive for Baylor students to explore the social benefits of religious communities, while undergoing intentional spiritual formation as well as professional development for a life of service and leadership.
The program will prioritize rising juniors and seniors
Spend 8 weeks in Washington D.C.
All expenses paid (food, housing, travel)
Interdisciplinary coursework on topics related to religious practices and their social impact
Full-time internships at the intersection of religion and politics
Professional and leadership development
Coursework May Include:
• Religion and Society: What is religion, and what should its relationship be to other realms of life? How should religious practices inform other realms of life, including politics, business, social entrepreneurship, and so on? Students will think theoretically here about how religion should structure our understanding of the world.
• Religion and American History: What role did religion play in the American founding? How have diverse religious communities contributed to America’s social fabric? How have religion and race intersected in the formation of American public life?
• Religion and the Common Good: Does religion make a positive difference for American society? How has religious commitments affected America’s prisons, marriage and families, public health, etc.? In this section students would think empirically about religion’s effects on American society.
• The Constitution and Religious Freedom: What is the scope of religious freedom? How have religious liberties been interpreted by the Court throughout American history? What are the differences between corporate and individual religious liberties, and how should we navigate the conflict between religious liberties and other putative rights?
Learn more about the new Global Health initiative on campus, the Global Health Student Network. This group is not a student organization, it is a branch of the Office of Engaged Learning’s new Global Health Academy
The goal of GHSN is to bring together a diverse group of students from varied majors and backgrounds. We hope that this new community of Global Health scholars will include Baylor’s Honors College students. To learn more check out the mission, vision, and structure.
Our schools seek teachers with subject-matter expertise who are enthusiastic about working with children and teenagers—what’s important is a gift for connecting with and caring for kids. Certification is typically not required (except in elementary grades and specialty areas).
Southern Teachers has matched great candidates with schools in the South for over a century, taking the time to interview candidates, and know the person, not just the resumé. Our services are free for our candidates!
Our teachers and staff are gifted, called, and committed to the Wilberforce mission. They model the integration of faith and learning, and affirm the spiritual truths that our students learn at home and at church. At Wilberforce we believe in educating the whole student — mind, body, and soul — to form a vibrant community of learners. Our faculty are also the leaders of our community of learners, modeling our growth mindset philosophy, and inviting our students to join them in a lifelong love of learning.