Peace Corps Paul D. Coverdell Fellowship Program at Chicago School of Professional Psychology at Chicago

Categories are  Fellowship  tagged  Stipend /  ROTC/Military/Veteran /  Need Based
Scholarship deadline

Varies

Amount

$1,000 - $10,000

Awards Offered

Varies

Renewable

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Is this a No Essay scholarship?

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DESCRIPTION

The Peace Corps Paul D. Coverdell Fellowship program is provided to the students so that they can have accessible education. 

  • Funding Options: The Chicago School offers various ways to finance your education by providing sources such as loans, scholarships, and grants.
  • Military Support: They provide support for active-duty military, veterans, and their qualified dependents and also contain programs addressing veteran's issues.
  • Community Ties: The school has strong connections with the local community, which means they work closely with local organizations and people. This helps students have a better educational experience and can also help them find good jobs when they graduate. 
  • Professional Benefits: If you study at The Chicago School, it can lead to good benefits in your career. This means you might have better opportunities and advantages in your job because of your education there. 
  • {INSIGHT} Digital Magazine: This is an online magazine that The Chicago School publishes. It gets awards for being really good. It contains news and updates from the school community. 
  • Coverdell Fellows Program: This graduate fellowship supports returned Peace Corps Volunteers with financial support. Under this, Approximately 4,000 volunteers have participated, received a fee waiver, a 10% tuition scholarship for M.A. International Psychology, and can apply for scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 each academic year.
  • Tuition Reduction: If you are a Coverdell Fellow, you get a discount on the money you need to pay for your classes (tuition). You also don't have to pay the application fee, which is normally $50 when you apply to the school. 
  • University-Wide Opportunities: This means that you can apply for special programs like scholarships, fellowships, financial support, and jobs that are available to students from the entire university, not just your specific school or department. It gives you more chances to get help with your education. Eligibility to apply for university-wide graduate fellowships, scholarships, and assistantships.
  • Scholarship General: If you want to study M.A. International Psychology and have been in the Peace Corps, you can apply for this program. There's no limit to how many people can get this award, and you might get even more money, based on how strong your application is.

In the end, we can see a lot of funding, military and other fellowships are provided by the Peace Corps Paul D. Coverdell fellowship program to make education easy and accessible for everyone.

Education Level

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GPA

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Application Start Date

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Eligibility Criteria

Veterans

REQUIREMENTS

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PROGRAM INFORMATION

Program

Master/Graduate

University Name

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology at Chicago

Specialization

Not Applicable

Field of Study

Counseling and Behavioral Psychology

OTHER INFORMATION

Gender

Non-Binary

Scholarship Frequency

Other

Ethnicity

Other

State

Not Applicable

Outside State Residents eligible

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International Students eligible

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Online Master Programs eligible

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Credibility

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