For two years of study in the U.S. in a master's program leading to a career in secondary school teaching of American history, government, or social studies. This fellowship offers $24,000 of support. The proposed graduate program must include coursework in Constitutional history. Must be U.S. citizen or national. SENIORS and recent GRADUATES may apply for the Junior Fellowships; employed teachers who which to pursue a graduate degree part-time may apply for Senior Fellowships.
This scholarship does not require a nomination from the University of Minnesota. The Office for National and International Scholarships consults with interested students on assembling competitive applications, helps them prepare for interviews or other stages of the selection process as necessary, and publicizes results.
March (for fellowships beginning the following fall)
Senior; After Graduation