Providers' Council and Clark University Master of Public Administration Scholarship

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The Providers’ Council, in partnership with Clark University’s School of Professional Studies (SPS), is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for the 2020 Providers’ Council/SPS Master of Public Administration Scholarship. The scholarship promotes the Council’s ongoing objective of developing the sector’s workforce as well as its longstanding partnership with Clark’s School of Professional Studies.

 

The Providers’ Council and Clark’s School of Professional Studies Master of Public Administration Scholarship is a one-time award of $4,000 for a Council member employee who is entering or is currently enrolled in Clark’s School of Professional Studies’ MPA program. This scholarship is based on leadership and merit as well as need. Eligible applicants must have successfully completed the Council’s Certificate in Nonprofit Human Services Management Program.


Applicants must submit a complete application with all relevant documents uploaded in order to be considered. Applicants will be assessed through transcripts, financial need, resumes, personal statements, interviews and references. Successful applicants should show exceptional academic dedication as well as a commitment to the human service sector.

 

Applicants must complete this scholarship application in addition to Clark’s School of Professional Studies’ Master of Public Administration application. 


Please reach out to Eliza Adams with any questions at eadams@providers.org or 508.598.9700.


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Candidate Requirements:

-Have successfully completed the Providers’ Council’s Certificate in Nonprofit Human Service Management program at either Clark University or Suffolk University within the past seven years.


-Currently be employed at a Providers’ Council member agency in good standing.


-Accepted into the Master of Public Administration program at the Clark University School of Professional Studies.


-·Demonstrate through their resumes, personal statements and references a commitment to a career in the human services sector.


Please note that the deadline for this application is June 29, 2020


Please reach out to Eliza Adams with any questions at eadams@providers.org or 508.598.9700.

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Please reach out to Eliza Adams with any questions at eadams@providers.org or 508.598.9700.