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    HKS Student Financial Services
    Financial_aid@hks.harvard.edu
    http://www.hks.harvard.edu/degrees/sfs
    79 JFK Street
    Cambridge, Massachusetts 02138




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Abu Dhabi Leadership Fellowship
Established to support students of the United Arab Emirates who work for the Abu
Dhabi Government and are enrolled in the Mason Program. In order to be considered,
eligible candidates should complete the online Statement of Financial Resources
through MYFAID.

Aida Kayali International Public Service Fellowship
Established to support students (women preferred) committed to public service in the
Middle East, Africa or South America. In order to be considered, eligible candidates
should complete the online Statement of Financial Resources through MYFAID.

African Student Scholarship
Established to support students from Africa. In order to be considered, eligible
candidates should complete the online Statement of Financial Resources through
MYFAID.

Albert Carnesale Fellowship
The Carnelsale Fellowship was established to honor Dean Albert Carnesale's 18 years
of service to the Kennedy School. This fellowship is awarded to students who
demonstrate exceptional academic ability and professional distinction, as defined by
the Admissions Committee and the Financial Aid Committee. In order to be
considered, eligible candidates should complete the online Statement of Financial
Resources through MYFAID.

Amalia Lacroze de Fortabat Fellowships
Awarded to students from Argentina. Awards are need-based and take academic merit
into account. Applicants must commit to return to Argentina upon graduation. Detailed
application and contact information is available at the Harvard University Committee
on General Scholarships (CGS) web site: www.scholarship.harvard.edu

Amanter Graduate Fellowship
Awarded to students with demonstrated financial need as determined by the Student
Financial Services Office. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should
complete the online application through MYFAID.

Ancora Foundation Graduate Fellowship
Fellowship established to support an Edward S. Mason Program student from
Indonesia. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should complete the online
Statement of Financial Resources through MYFAID.

Andronico Luksic Abaroa Fellowship—Croatia
Established to support students born in and currently residing in Croatia. For details on
applying for this fellowship please refer the information below.

E-mail - Luksic_Fellowships@ksg.harvard.edu
Web site: http://www.hks.harvard.edu/luksic/




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Andronico Luksic Craig Fellowship—Chile
The Andronico Luksic Craig Fellowship Program was established to support talented
and committed individuals from Chile studying at the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS).
The fellowships are intended to strengthen governance and policy-making in Chile by
preparing existing and emerging leaders through participation in the rigorous HKS
degree programs. These programs advance the public interest by educating skilled,
enlightened leaders and solve public problems through world-class scholarship and
active engagement with practitioners and decision makers. Qualified candidates for
the fellowship will be residents of Chile with a demonstrated commitment to using
their Harvard studies to serve the nation’s public good. Preference will be given to
students with a demonstrated commitment to working in positions of leadership
related to governance and public policy. The charitable initiatives of Mr. Luksic and his
family support a range of causes, including the provision of educational scholarships in
Chile and Croatia. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should complete the
online application through MYFAID.

Annette Kade Fellowship
Established to support students from France. In order to be considered, eligible
candidates should complete the online Statement of Financial Resources through
MYFAID.

Arab Republic of Egypt Fellowship
This fellowship provides financing designed to enable highly qualified members of the
Egyptian public sector to study at Harvard. The program is intended for students who
have demonstrated a commitment to public service in Egypt, and an intention to
return to Egypt to make significant contributions to the advancement of Egyptian
society. Detailed application and contact information is available at the Harvard
University Committee on General Scholarships (CGS) web site:
www.scholarship.harvard.edu

Arthur Sachs Scholarship Fund
Awarded to students from France who are admitted for graduate study to Harvard
University. Applications must be submitted to the Arthur Sachs Scholarship Committee
in Paris. Detailed application and contact information is available at the Harvard
University Committee on General Scholarships (CGS) web site:
www.scholarship.harvard.edu

Balokovic Scholarship Fund
Awarded to a student from Croatia. Applications must be submitted to the Croatian
Academy of Sciences and Arts in Zagreb. Detailed application and contact information
is available at the Harvard University Committee on General Scholarships (CGS) web
site: www.scholarship.harvard.edu

Bashir Al-Haffar Public Service Fellowship
Established to support students (women preferred) from the Arab League. In order to
be considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.




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Belfer Center Fellowship for Science & International Affairs
The Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs offers a fellowship program to
support first and second year MPP students who choose the International and Global
Affairs (IGA) policy area of concentration (PAC). This extra financial aid to a select
number of IGA concentrators is intended to offset education expenses and permit
students to choose initial employment that reflects their interests rather than the need
to pay off education debts. Belfer IGA (BIGA) Student Fellows have the opportunity to
participate in policy research in association with the Belfer Center for Science and
International Affairs, HKS’s oldest and largest research center. After completing an
information form over the summer, students are paired in the fall with a research
project or program at the Belfer Center where they will observe and participate in
policy research. These awards offer student the opportunity to spend five hours per
week of research assistance to Belfer Center projects, and provide a unique
opportunity for mentorship by leading faculty and researchers. In order to be
considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Belfer Center for Science & International Affairs Middle East Initiative Kuwait
Program -- Kuwait Foundation Fellowship for Outstanding Emerging Leaders
Established by the Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences to support
students from Kuwait, students from other Arab countries living in Kuwait, as well as
students from the Gulf and other Arab countries

Belfer Center for Science & International Affairs - Roy Family Fellowship
This fellowship is open to all two-year degree program candidates in the Master in
Public Policy, Master in Public Administration, and Master in Public
Administration/International development program. It provides full tuition for two
years through the generous support of the Roy Family Student Support Fund. (If
applicants are accepted to a joint degree program at Harvard Law School or Harvard
Business School, the fellowship will cover the cost of their tuition and fees at the
Kennedy School in pursuit of their MPP or MPA. The scholarship shall only be applied to
their tuition for the Kennedy School and cannot be used as tuition payment for non-
Harvard joint degree programs).

To be eligible, applicants must have demonstrated an interest in environmental and
energy issues, either through public or private sector work experience or through
related entrepreneurial experience as an undergraduate. Successful applicants will also
make a strong case that they intend to focus their studies at the HKS on environment
or energy issues. Preference will be given to candidates with a demonstrated interest
in public-private partnerships and market-oriented solutions to realize environmental
or energy goals. The Roy Family Fellow will consult with Environment and Natural
Resources Program faculty to assure that his or her curriculum choices will advance his
or her understanding of and ability to contribute to environmental policy.

Fellows will be selected based on outstanding merit, from applicants who meet all
relevant admissions criteria for the Harvard Kennedy School. Both domestic and
international students are eligible to apply. Two-year HKS degree program students
will receive funding for both academic years, so long as the recipients remain in good
academic standing and enroll in a program of courses relevant to environment and
energy issues. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should complete the
online application through MYFAID.

Boas Scholarship
Awarded each year to a student from Belgium or Luxembourg. Applications must be
submitted to the Commission for Educational Exchange in Brussels. Detailed
application and contact information is available at the Harvard University Committee
on General Scholarships (CGS) web site: www.scholarship.harvard.edu




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Carr Center for Human Rights Scholarship
The Carr Center for Human Rights scholarship program supports second year HKS
students who have demonstrated a strong engagement in and commitment to human
rights policy. Fellows are encouraged to engage, as much as possible, in the activities
of the Carr Center throughout the term of the hip. Up to five fellows are selected on
merit with preference given to students with financial need. Carr’s human rights
programs nominate candidates and students may self-nominate.

Center for Public Leadership -- The Dubin Fellows Program for Emerging
Leaders
Dubin Emerging Leader Fellows will be awarded a scholarship up to full tuition and
health fees, and will participate in a rich co-curricular program offered by the Center
for Public Leadership. Made possible by a generous donation from Glenn Dubin, CEO of
Highbridge Capital Management and co-founder of the Robin Hood Foundation, this
fellowship is open to students studying in any of the HKS’s master’s degree programs.

Fellowship applicants will be considered based on their demonstrated potential as
emerging leaders and interest in pursuing a career with transformative impact on
society. Successful applicants will demonstrate strong character, excellent academic
credentials, and the ability to thrive in the face of adversity. Fellows will be selected
based on outstanding merit, but awards will not exceed demonstrated financial need.
Both domestic and international students are eligible to apply.

During their fellowship year, the Dubin Fellows are part of the Center for Public
Leadership's community of graduate fellows and participate in an enriching co-
curricular experience designed to enhance and engage their development as the next
generation of public leaders. The co-curricular program typically includes a welcome
retreat, a weekly leadership discussion series, a field experience (multi-day trip to a
major U.S. city), and opportunities to connect with other Center for Public Leadership
fellows and alumni. For more information about the Center for Public Leadership and
Dubin Fellows Program for Emerging Leadership, please visit
www.hks.harvard.edu/leadership. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should
complete the online application through MYFAID.

Center for Public Leadership — George Fellowship
The George Fellowship supports students in the concurrent program offered through
the Harvard Business School (HBS) and Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) with a stipend.
Detailed application and contact information can be found here.




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Center for Public Leadership —The Gleitsman Leadership Fellowship
The Gleitsman Program in Leadership for Social Change was founded at HKS in 2007
through an endowed gift from the estate of philanthropist Alan L. Gleitsman and
recognizes students for their backgrounds or potential as activists. This fellowship is
open to students studying in any of the HKS’s Masters degree programs. Successful
applicants will demonstrate their potential as emerging social activists and innovators,
and interest in pursuing a career with transformative impact on society as well as
demonstrating strong character, and excellent academic credentials.
Fellows will be selected based on outstanding merit, but awards will not exceed
demonstrated financial need, as determined by the Kennedy School’s Office of Student
Financial Services. Both domestic and international students are eligible to apply.
Active participation in the co-curricular program is a requirement of all fellows for the
duration of their award.
During their fellowship year, the Gleitsman Fellows are part of the Center for Public
Leadership's community of graduate fellows and participate in an enriching co-
curricular experience designed to enhance and engage their development as the next
generation of public leaders. The co-curricular program typically includes a welcome
retreat, a weekly leadership discussion series, a field experience (multi-day trip to a
major U.S. city), and opportunities to connect with other Center for Public Leadership
fellows and alumni. For more information about the Center for Public Leadership and
Gleitsman Leadership Fellowship, please visit www.hks.harvard.edu/leadership. In
order to be considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application
through MYFAID.
Charles Edison Fund Fellowship
This partial tuition fellowship was established by the Charles Edison Fund in 1994 to
assist the Harvard Kennedy School in extending its scope and impact of the Science,
Technology and Public Policy Program of the Belfer Center for Science and
International Affairs. The fellowship is awarded to students involved in research
projects in the Science, Technology and Public Policy Program. In order to be
considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Chereskin Family Fellowship for Military Leaders
Established in honor of Benjamin D. Chereskin, to recognize the critical importance
leadership and management trainings of the men and women in the United States
Military as they face complex challenges throughout the world.

China Scholarship Council Fund
Awarded to students from the People’s Republic of China (excluding Hong Kong,
Macau, and Taiwan), that permanently reside in mainland China. Detailed application
and contact information is available at the Harvard University Committee on General
Scholarships (CGS) web site: www.scholarship.harvard.edu

Choate Memorial Fellowship
Awarded upon the nomination of the Vice Chancellor of the University of Cambridge,
England, to a British student coming from that university for graduate study or
research at Harvard University for one academic year. Detailed application and contact
information is available at the Harvard University Committee on General Scholarships
(CGS) web site: www.scholarship.harvard.edu




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Commonwealth Fund/Harvard University Fellowship in Minority Health Policy
This fellowship was established in 1995 through the support of The Commonwealth
Fund and collaboration between Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Public
health, and the Kennedy School of Government. The program prepares physicians for
leadership positions in minority health policy and public health through a one-year,
full-time program of rigorous academic training, which leads to a master’s degree in
public health or in public administration for physicians who already have an MPH
degree. The fellowship includes courses, seminar series, leadership forums, site visits,
national conferences, shadowing of public health leaders, and a practicum. It is
expected that the fellowship will support the development of a cadre of leaders in
minority health who are well-trained academically and professionally in public health,
health policy, health management, and clinical medicine, and who are committed to
pursuing careers in public service. For more details, please visit The Commonweath
Fund for more information.

Crown Prince Frederik Fund of Denmark
Established to support students from Denmark. For details on applying for this
fellowship please refer the information below.

Telephone: 617-542-2300
Website: http://www.kronprinsparret.dk/1240029

David M. Rubenstein Fellowship
Established to support students in the joint program offered through the Harvard
Business School (HBS) and Harvard Kennedy School (HKS). Eligible candidates will
automatically be considered.

Dean's and Kennedy Fellowships
Incoming students who demonstrate exceptional academic ability and professional
distinction, as defined by the Admissions Committee and the Financial Aid Committee,
may be designated as Deans or Kennedy Fellows. These fellowship awards include a
minimum of half-tuition, which may be augmented by need-based scholarships,
depending on individual financial need. Eligible candidates will automatically be
considered.

Derwin Pereira Graduate Fellowship
Fellowship established to support an Edward S. Mason Program student from
Indonesia. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should complete the online
application through MYFAID.

DS Foundation Public Service Fellowship
Fellowship to support outstanding students who: a) currently serve in the Indian
Administrative Service (IAS) or Indian Foreign Service (IFS); b) have received
admission to both Harvard Business School and Harvard Kennedy School; and c) have
track records of demonstrated excellence in prior public service work and clear
aspirations for returning to India upon graduation. In order to be considered, eligible
candidates should complete the online application through MYFAID.

Edmund S. Muskie Graduate Fellowship Program (Muskie)
The Harvard Kennedy School is a participating educational institution in the Muskie
Program. Students from the former Soviet Union and East Central Europe are eligible
to apply. For details on applying for this fellowship please refer the information below.

Website: http://www.irex.org/programs/muskie/index.asp




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Edith M. Stokey Fellowship
The Edith M. Stokey Fellowship was established in January 2012 in honor of Edith M.
Stokey, the Kennedy School’s “founding mother” and long-time Associate Academic
Dean. In recognition of Mrs. Stokey’s strong interest in Sri Lanka, dating back to her
family’s friendship with an exchange student in 1958, preference in awarding the
fellowship would be for a student from Sri Lanka. In the event that there is no
admitted student from Sri Lanka in any given year, the support can be used for an
admitted student from the same general region of the world. In order to be
considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Empedocle Maffia Fellowship
The Italian Ministry of Environment, Land and Sea in conjunction with the HKS Center
for International Development (CID) have established this fellowship to provide tuition
support and stipend, for incoming students from Italy who have practical experience
working on international environment and development policy issues. In order to be
considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Ferenc A. Vali Memorial Scholarship
Established to honor of the life, career and legacy of Professor Vali to support students
from Hungary. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should complete the
online application through MYFAID.

Fondo Colombia- Harvard Fellowship Fund
For students from Colombia. The fellowship is need-based and carries the expectation
that students return to Colombia following the completion of their Harvard degree.
Detailed application and contact information is available at the Harvard University
Committee on General Scholarships (CGS) web site: www.scholarship.harvard.edu

Francis and Peggy Cahn Fund
Awarded to students from Argentina on the basis of merit and financial need. It is the
donors’ wish that recipients plan to return to Argentina to utilize their education in
order to contribute to Argentina’s social, economic, and scientific progress; priority
consideration will be given to those candidates. Detailed application and contact
information is available at the Harvard University Committee on General Scholarships
(CGS) web site: www.scholarship.harvard.edu

Frank Knox Fellowship Fund
To support students from Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom are
eligible to apply. Detailed application and contact information is available at the
Harvard University Committee on General Scholarships (CGS) web site:
www.scholarship.harvard.edu.

Fundacion Mexico en Harvard
Scholarships and loans for students from Mexico. Recipients of these funds are
required to return to Mexico upon graduation. Detailed application and contact
information is available at the Harvard University Committee on General Scholarships
(CGS) web site: www.scholarship.harvard.edu.

Gertrude Manley Fellowship
This partial tuition fellowship was established in 1979 by alumni and friends of
Gertrude Manley, former registrar of the Harvard Kennedy School who retired in 1975
after 25 years of service. The Fellowship is awarded to MC/MPA students who show
outstanding promise as managers and leaders. This fellowship also requires that the
recipient demonstrate financial need. In order to be considered, eligible candidates
should complete the online application through MYFAID.




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Governor Robert F. Bradford Fellowship for Excellence in Public
Administration
The Governor Robert F. Bradford Fellowship for Excellence in Public Administration is
for public leaders working in the Executive Branch of the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts entering the MC/MPA Program. Note: application procedures for this
program are handled by the Human Resources Division of the Commonwealth of
Massachusetts.

Gundle South African Public Service Fellowship
To support an Edward S. Mason Program student from South Africa whose career
focus is on law enforcement, criminal justice, policing and public safety. In order to be
considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Harvard Arab Alumni Association Fund
Awarded to a resident or national of an Arab country and must demonstrate financial
need as determined by Harvard University’s general scholarship criteria. Detailed
application and contact information is available at the Harvard University Committee
on General Scholarships (CGS) web site: www.scholarship.harvard.edu.

Harvard Club of New York Fellowship
Through the establishment of the fellowship, Harvard University honors the
involvement, dedication, and leadership of The Harvard Club of New York Foundation
in supporting Harvard Kennedy School students. The fellowships will provide tuition
support to one MC/MPA student who is a New York City fire fighter, police officer or
other emergency first responder. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should
complete the online application through MYFAID.

Harvard Los Andes-Harvard Fund
Students from Universidad de los Andes in Bogota, Colombia are eligible to apply.
Upon completion of a graduate degree, recipients have a legal commitment to return
to Colombia. Detailed application and contact information is available at the Harvard
University Committee on General Scholarships (CGS) web site:
www.scholarship.harvard.edu

Harvard South Africa Fellowship Program
Harvard University established the Harvard South Africa Fellowship Program in 1979 to
address the needs of South Africans who were denied access to advanced education
because of apartheid. It is still intended for those South Africans who are educationally
disadvantaged by past law and resource allocation. The fellowship includes payment of
tuition, a living allowance, and a return air ticket to the United States. Deadline is
typically set for early June.

For details on applying for this fellowship please refer the information below.

Email: cafrica@fas.harvard.edu
Website: http://africa.harvard.edu/south-africa-fellowship-program/




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Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations Fellowships
The Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations offers annual fellowships to Harvard
Kennedy School students. The fellowships provide an opportunity to join the Hauser
community of faculty, researchers, and staff, and work directly with one of the
Center’s domains of practice, which include: Humanitarian NGOs, Faith-based NGOs,
Justice and Human Rights Organizations, Philanthropy, Nonprofits in China, and Arts,
Culture and Media. Throughout the year the Fellow may be involved in furthering the
domain’s goals of improving interaction between practitioners and scholars in the field,
assisting with the development of innovative curricular offerings, and creating multiple
channels of connection between scholarship, practice, and teaching of issues related to
the domains. Additional information about the fellowship can be found here:
http://www.hks.harvard.edu/hauser/students/mid-career-fellowships/index.html In
order to be considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application
through MYFAID.

Hellenic Harvard Foundation Scholarship
Supports graduate students from Greece. Recipients are required to return to Greece
upon completion of their Harvard degree program. However, an allowance for a period
of practical training of up to one year in the U.S. is possible. Detailed application and
contact information is available at the Harvard University Committee on General
Scholarships (CGS) web site: www.scholarship.harvard.edu

Henry G. Brooks Fellowship
Established to support the training of state and local government of officials and
leaders of non-profit institutions from the state of Maine. In order to be considered,
eligible candidates should complete the online application through MYFAID.

Henry Hubschman Fellowship
Established in honor of Henry A. Hubschman, to support students in the HKS/HLS Joint
Degree Program. For a detailed bio of Mr. Hubschman please click here. In order to be
considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Holtzer Fellowship
Awarded to a student of German birth and German education for study in any school
of Harvard. Detailed application and contact information is available at the Harvard
University Committee on General Scholarships (CGS) web site:
www.scholarship.harvard.edu

Institute of Politics Alumni Scholarship
A living testament to the life and work of President John F. Kennedy, the Institute of
Politics’ mission is to inspire students to lead lives that are engaged in public service,
politics and civic leadership. The IOP Alumni Scholarship furthers this mission by
providing full tuition scholarship to a Harvard College graduate who was actively
engaged at the Institute of Politics during his/her undergraduate years and who has
been accepted to the Kennedy School. The scholarship will only cover the tuition for
the Kennedy School and cannot be used to cover the tuition for other joint degree
programs at Harvard or other institutions. Selection is based upon the candidate’s
strong record of academic achievement, demonstrated commitment to politics and
public service and proven leadership ability. Special consideration will be given to the
candidate’s undergraduate participation in the work and mission of the IOP including
the Student Advisory Committee and its programs. In order to be considered, eligible
candidates should complete the online application through MYFAID.

Jean Gaillard Memorial Fellowship
Students from France are eligible to apply. An application should be submitted to the
Board of Directors of the Ecole Centrale des Arts et Manufactures in Paris. Detailed
application and contact information is available at the Harvard University Committee
on General Scholarships (CGS) web site: www.scholarship.harvard.edu



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Jerome L. Rappaport Sr. /Boston Urban Fellowship
The Jerome L. Rappaport Sr. /Boston Urban Fellowship is for elected officials in the
greater Boston area, as defined by the counties of Suffolk, Middlesex, Norfolk, Essex,
Franklin, Plymouth and Bristol, and non-elected officials serving in the City of Boston.
Eligible Mid-Career MPA candidates should demonstrate an interest in urban and
metropolitan issues, as well as a capacity for leadership and a continuing commitment
to contribute to the well being of the greater Boston Area. Eligible candidates should
complete the online application through MYFAID.

John and Marilyn Keane Graduate Fellowship
Established to honor the involvement, dedication and leadership of John and Marilyn
Keane in supporting Harvard Kennedy School students. This fellowship is awarded to
students with demonstrated financial need as determined by the Student Financial
Services Office. Eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

John Berger Fellowship
This partial tuition fellowship supports MPP students who plan to work in international
institutions or US institutions that work within areas of international affairs. In order to
be considered, eligible candidates complete the online application through MYFAID.

John Kenneth Galbraith Fellowship
Established in honor of Professor Galbraith's 90th birthday to support Edward S.
Mason Program students from India. In order to be considered, eligible candidates
should complete the online application through MYFAID.

Joint Japan/World Bank Graduate Scholarship Program (JJ/WBGSP)

        MPA/ID Partnership Program Students of the MPA/ID program from World
        Bank member countries should submit a statement of eligibility to the MPA/ID
        Office be considered for this scholarship. Please visit the MPA/ID Partnership
        Program for further information.
        Regular Program Students of all degree programs, except MPA/ID, from
        World Bank member countries are eligible to apply for this scholarship through
        the World Bank.
        Please contact:
        Email: jjwbgsp@worldbank.org
        Web site: http://go.worldbank.org/NV4RFT1BP0


Jorge Paulo Lemann Fellowship
Supports graduate students from Brazil. Detailed application and contact information is
available at the Harvard University Committee on General Scholarships (CGS) web
site: www.scholarship.harvard.edu

Kay Family Public Service Fellowship
This fellowship is awarded to MPP students who demonstrate exceptional academic
ability and professional distinction, as defined by the Admissions Committee and the
Financial Aid Committee. A three year commitment to public service in the State of
Maine following graduation is required. If the three-year commitment is not met,
recipients must repay the fellowship. In order to be considered, eligible candidates
should complete the online application through MYFAID.

Kennedy Memorial Trust
Students of the MPP, MPA2 or MPA/ID programs from the United Kingdom are eligible
to apply. For details on applying for this fellowship please refer the information below.

Telephone: 44 20 7222 1151
Website: http://www.kennedytrust.org.uk/


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Kistefos Public Service Fellowship
To support students from Norway who demonstrate a capacity to lead, commitment to
improving governance, academic proficiency, professional experience, leadership
potential, demonstrated financial need and the potential to make a significant, positive
difference upon returning to Norway. Graduates of the Oslo Handelsgymnasium are
especially encouraged to apply. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should
complete the online application through MYFAID.

Lamont Graduate Fellowship
Established to support students from the Middle East, India and South Asia. In order
to be considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Latifa Kosta Graduate Fellowship
Established to support students from the Middle East with a preference for students
from Lebanon. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should complete the
online application through MYFAID.

Lewis Freedman Scholarship for Broadcast Journalism/Frederick Roy Martin
Scholarship
This partial tuition scholarship was established in 1993 by residuary bequest of Lewis
Freedman COL ’46 to encourage journalists to expand and deepen their knowledge of
public policy issues. The Frederick Roy Martin Scholarship was established in 1995
through the estate of Nancy Martin. The income from these two endowed funds
supports degree program students in journalism or broadcast journalism. You will
need to submit a sample of your prior journalistic experience. In order to be
considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Mark Schwartz Graduate Fellowship
Established to honor the involvement, dedication and leadership of Mark Schwartz AB
'76, MBA '78, MPP '79 in supporting Harvard Kennedy School students. This fellowship
is awarded to students with demonstrated financial need as determined by the Student
Financial Services Office. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should
complete the online application through MYFAID.

Mary and David Boies Fellowship
To support students from Afghanistan, Iraq, Israel, Palestinian Territories, and former
Soviet Union countries in Central Asia who demonstrate a capacity to lead, with a
vision for their countries or region, and potential to make a significant, positive
difference when they return to their home country. In order to be considered, eligible
candidates should complete the online application through MYFAID.

McCloy German Scholars Program
Students enrolled in all degree programs from Germany are eligible to apply. For
details on applying for this fellowship please refer the information below.
E-mail: spiecker@studienstiftung.de
Web site: http://www.studienstiftung.de/mccloy.html

Menzies Scholarship Fund-Harvard Club of Australia
Students from Australia are eligible to apply. Students apply for consideration through
a local representative in Australia. Detailed application and contact information is
available at the Harvard University Committee on General Scholarships (CGS) web
site: www.scholarship.harvard.edu

Minnie Osmeña Scholarship
Established to support students from the Philippines for study and training in public
policy. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should complete the online
application through MYFAID.




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Mona Hammami Graduate Fellowship
Established to support students of the MPA/ID Program from Algeria, Bahrain, Iraq,
Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Morocco, Oman, occupied Palestinian
Territories, Qatar, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates and Yemen. In order to
be considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government Fellowship
The Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business and Government offers fellowships to
support students who demonstrate a strong background and interest in public policy at
the nexus of business and government, including regulation, collaborative governance,
energy and environmental policy, corporate social responsibility, and other areas
highlighted on the center's website. In order to be considered, eligible candidates
should complete the online application through MYFAID.

Native American Public Service Fellowships (NAPSF)
The full tuition and possible stipend Native American Public Service Fellowship (NAPSF)
is awarded to an individual who has demonstrated commitment to matters of concern
to Native American tribes, including but not limited to tribal self-governance and
policy. The Fellowship will require the recipient to be employed for a minimum of three
years in public service directly benefiting Native Americans, immediately following
completion of the Harvard Kennedy School degree. If the three-year commitment is
not met, recipients repay the tuition portion of the Fellowship. Applications include
proof of tribal enrollment (if applicable), along with the required essay and resume. In
order to be considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application
through MYFAID.

New York City Fire Fighters, Police and Emergency Workers Public Service
Fellowship
The New York City Fire Fighters, Police and Emergency Workers Public Service
Fellowship honors the front line public service workers who were killed as the result of
the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and collapse of the World Trade Center
towers and whose heroic efforts saved the lives of thousands on that tragic day. In
addition, this fellowship honors all of the thousands of emergency and public safety
personnel who risk their lives daily to protect the American public. A preference will be
given to MC/MPA applicants working in the City of New York. In order to be
considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Palestine Monetary Authority Graduate Public Service Fellowship
The Public Service Fellowship program was established in to support students from the
Palestinian territories. As demonstration of his/her commitment to public service, the
successful applicant must be professionally employed in the public sector, broadly
defined, in the Palestinian territories for three years upon graduation. If the three-year
commitment is not met, recipients must repay the fellowship. In order to be
considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Peace Corps Public Service Fellowship (PCPSF)
The Public Service Fellowship program was established in 1996 to recognize
outstanding academic achievement and leadership potential and is designed to
encourage students to pursue careers in government or non-profit organizations. The
full tuition fellowship is awarded to a recent Peace Corps alumnus who exemplifies the
Peace Corps mission. As a demonstration of his/her commitment to public service, the
successful applicant must be professionally employed in the public sector, broadly
defined, for three years upon graduation. If the three-year commitment is not met,
recipients must repay the fellowship. In order to be considered, eligible candidates
should complete the online application through MYFAID.




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Pforzheimer Foundation Nonprofit Fellowship
The Pforzheimer Foundation Nonprofit Fellowship is awarded to a degree program
student who has experience working in nonprofit organizations or who has selected to
concentrate in nonprofit management while studying at the Harvard Kennedy School.
In order to be considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application
through MYFAID.

Presidential Scholarships and Public Service Fellowships
Presidential Scholarships and Public Service Fellowships are among HKS' most
prestigious student awards. These full-tuition and possible stipend fellowships have
been established by alumni, friends and former president Lawrence Summers to
support students who are committed to working in public service. As a demonstration
of their commitment, successful applicants must be professionally employed in the
public sector, broadly defined, for three years upon graduation. If the three-year
commitment is not met, recipients repay the tuition portion of the grant. In order to
be considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Princess Banderi Al-Faisal Fellowship
Established by Princess Banderi Al-Faisal MPP 1998 to support students from the Arab
League (women preferred). In order to be considered, eligible candidates should
complete the online application through MYFAID.

Program for Criminal Justice Policy and Management Fellowship
The Program for Criminal Justice Policy and Management fellows work closely with the
Program’s senior leadership and researchers to improve interaction and participation
across the University among students, practitioners, and scholars in the criminal
justice field. Fellows receive $15,000 in tuition reimbursement. Candidates must
demonstrate interest and/or experience in the field of criminal justice policy and
management. Up to three Fellows are selected on merit with preference given to
students with financial need. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should
complete the online application through MYFAID.

Public Policy Leadership Conference (PPLC) Public Service Fellowship
The Public Service Fellowship program was established in 1996 to recognize
outstanding academic achievement and leadership potential and is designed to
encourage students to pursue careers in government or non-profit organizations. The
full tuition fellowship will be awarded to a recent Public Policy Leadership Conference
(PPLC) alumnus who exemplifies the PPLC mission. As a demonstration of his/her
commitment to public service, the successful applicant must be professionally
employed in the public sector, broadly defined, for three years upon graduation. If the
three-year commitment is not met, recipients must repay the fellowship. In order to
be considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Rausing Public Service Fellowship for Barbados
Established to support Edward S. Mason Program students from Barbados. A two year
commitment to public service in Barbados after completion of studies is required.
Eligible candidates will be automatically considered.

Real Colegio Complutense Scholarship Fund (RCC)
Awarded to Harvard students from Spain with a preference for students who have
attended Universidad Complutense de Madrid (or one of its affiliated institutions) in
Spain. Detailed application and contact information is available at the Harvard
University Committee on General Scholarships (CGS) web site:
www.scholarship.harvard.edu



Robert Woods Memorial Scholarship
Established to support students of the Mason Program from Africa. In order to be

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considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Richard E. Neustadt Public Service Fellowship
This fellowship was established to honor Richard E. Neustadt, A.M. 1941, Ph.D. 1951.
The fellowship will be awarded to a student whose exhibits potential for leadership and
dedication to public service. As a demonstration of his/her commitment to public
service, the successful applicant must be professionally employed in the public sector,
broadly defined, for three years upon graduation. If the three-year commitment is not
met, recipients must repay the fellowship. In order to be considered, eligible
candidates should complete the online application through MYFAID.

Robert C. Seamans, Jr. Fellowship in Science, Technology and Public Policy
This partial tuition fellowship in Science, Technology and Public Policy was established
in 1985 by Robert C. Seamans, Jr., former Dean of Engineering at the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology. The fellowship is for MC/MPA students who demonstrate talent
in research or management of issues at the intersection of technology and public
policy, and a commitment for future leadership in these areas. In order to be
considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Roy and Lila Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation – Ford
Foundation Mason Fellowship
On the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of the Edward S. Mason Program at Harvard
Kennedy School, the Ford Foundation announced the allocation of a $10 million
endowment to this innovative program that trains emerging leaders from developing
nations. The Ford Foundation Mason Fellowship will be awarded every year to
meritorious Edward S. Mason Program students with financial need. Eligible Mason
Fellows will have: 1) financial need; 2) a strong commitment to the principles of
democratic governance and public service; 3) a capacity to innovate and implement
non-traditional approaches to social and economic development; 4) a commitment to
advance public policies and improve the lives of the most vulnerable citizens of the
poorest countries. Fellowship recipients will be invited to join the Ash Institute in its
student activities. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should complete the
online application through MYFAID.

Roy and Lila Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation – HKS
Indonesia Program Fellowship
The Harvard Kennedy School Indonesia Program offers fellowships to support
Indonesian students and scholars participating in degree courses and executive
education programs at Harvard or conducting research on public policy in Indonesia.
In order to be considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application
through MYFAID.

Roy and Lila Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation – Roy and
Lila Ash Fellowship in Democracy
To support a student with financial need, who also demonstrates a strong interest in
the questions of democratic governance, a capacity for leadership; commitment to
research and inquiry on effective and innovative governance; and a dedication to work
for improvements that advance social justice and serve citizens of all countries and
nationalities. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should complete the online
application through MYFAID.

Schlosstein-Hartley Graduate Fellowship
Established to honor the involvement, dedication and leadership of Ralph L.
Schlosstein and Jane Hartley in supporting Harvard Kennedy School students. This
fellowship is awarded to students with demonstrated financial need as determined by
the Student Financial Services Office. Eligible candidates should complete the online
application through MYFAID.




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Scott and Isabelle Black Fellowship
Established for students who show a strong commitment to address important public
service issues with a preference for social policy, through a career in government or
nongovernmental organizations (NGO). Awarded to students with demonstrated
financial need as determined by Student Financial Services Office. In order to be
considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Sheikh Abdulaziz A. Al-Tuwaijiri Public Service Fellowship
Established to honor Sheikh Abulaziz Al-Tuwaijri and to advance his commitment to
world peace. Preference given to Middle Eastern students committed to the cause of
world peace and conflict resolution. In order to be considered, eligible candidates
should complete the online application through MYFAID.

Sheikh Suhaim bin Hamad Al Thani Fellowship
The Sheikh Suhaim bin Hamad Al Thani Fellowship commemorates H.E. Sheikh
Suhaim bin Hamad Al Thani, one of the founders and visionaries who shaped modern
day Qatar. It supports students of the Edward S. Mason Program from Yemen, Egypt,
Sudan, Palestinian Territories, Iraq, Liberia, Rwanda, Senegal, and Vietnam. In order
to be considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Shorenstein Center Scholarship in Press and Politics
To support a student who has a proven interest in issues concerning the field of press,
politics and public policy. As a demonstration of their commitment, successful
applicants should be professionally employed in the field (as a journalist or in the field
of communication for a non-profit, government agency, or political entity) for three
years after graduation. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should complete
the online application through MYFAID.

Sumner Feldberg Fellowship
Fellowship established to support students who have financial need, have
demonstrated a commitment to public service, and exhibit exceptional potential for
leadership within the field. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should
complete the online application through MYFAID.

Tamer Fellowship
Fellowship established to support students from Lebanon, Jordan, Morocco, Egypt,
Yemen, Congo, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Somalia and Tanzania. In order to be
considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Taubman Center Fellowship
The Kennedy School’s Taubman Center for State and Local Government is offering
two-year fellowships to MPP students who have:

        A proven record of academic success
        Demonstrated potential for civic leadership
        A commitment to state and local issues in the United States or abroad.

Recipients are expected to write their Policy Analysis Exercise (PAE) for a public or
non-profit entity focused on local, metropolitan, or state issues. Fellows are welcome
to engage, as much as possible, in the activities of the Taubman Center throughout
the term of the fellowship. In addition, after graduation, recipients are strongly
encouraged to spend time working for a public or non-profit entity primarily focused
on issues or services at the local, metropolitan, or state level. In order to be
considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.




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Teach for America Public Service Fellowship (TFAPSF)
In recognition of extraordinary commitment to expand educational opportunities,
Harvard Kennedy School has established the Teach For America Public Service
Fellowship (TFAPSF). The full tuition fellowship is awarded to a recent Teach For
America (TFA) alumnus who exemplifies the TFA mission. As a demonstration of
his/her commitment to public service, the successful applicant must be professionally
employed in the public sector, broadly defined, for three years upon graduation. If the
three-year commitment is not met, recipients must repay the fellowship. In order to
be considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application through
MYFAID.

Thomas Barry Fellowship
Established to honor the involvement, dedication and leadership of Thomas Barry in
supporting Harvard Kennedy School students. This fellowship is awarded to students
with demonstrated financial need as determined by the Student Financial Services
Office. Eligible candidates should complete the online application through MYFAID.

Thomas J. Healey Fellowship
Fellowship to support joint Harvard Business School (HBS) and Harvard Kennedy
School (HKS) students with experience and commitment to government service who
seek to bring enlightened management, leadership and analytical rigor to solving
complex societal problems. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should
complete the online application through MYFAID.

Turkish Secretariat General for European Union Affairs Graduate Fellowship
Through the establishment of this fellowship, Harvard University honors the
involvement, dedication, and leadership of the Secretariat General in furthering the
education and training of Turkish government officials. The program has the goal of
improving the leadership capacity of the experts of the Secretariat General who
assume a significant role in Turkey’s European Union accession process. The fellowship
will support one Edward S. Mason Program student each year with at least five years
of service at Secretariat General at the time of application, by providing tuition,
required fees and a stipend for living expenses. In order to be considered, eligible
candidates should complete the online application through MYFAID.

Victor and William Fung Fellowship
Fellowship established to support students from China and Hong Kong. Detailed
application and contact information is available at the Harvard University Committee
on General Scholarships (CGS) web site: www.scholarship.harvard.edu

Wexner Israel Fellowship
Students of the Mid-Career MPA program from the Israeli Civil Service are eligible to
apply. For details on applying for this fellowship please refer the information below.
Website: http://www.wexnerfoundation.org/

William Hodson, Jr. Fellowship
Fellowship established in 1955 to assist staff members of the United Nations or other
public international agencies. In order to be considered, eligible candidates should
complete the online application through MYFAID.

William A. Starr Innovations Fellowship
Supports students who are working to promote innovative solutions and imaginative
thinking as leaders in journalism and public service. It is awarded to a journalist who
demonstrates original, non-traditional thinking in policy analysis and public service. In
order to be considered, eligible candidates should complete the online application
through MYFAID.




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