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Going to Grad School

goingtogradschoolIf you are thinking of going to grad school, these resources will help you explore.

Petersons – Your Personal Statement

EssayEdge – Graduate School Essays 101

Accepted.com – Grad School Application Essays

Cal Berkeley – Writing a Grad School Statement

U of Toronto – Writing Effective Admissions Letters

Owl at Purdue – Writing Personal Statements

Kellogg Forum – Letters of Recommendation

Bond-Hill Scholarships – Awarded to Cheyney University and Lincoln University graduates who are admitted to graduate school at University of Pittsburgh, Penn State University and Temple University.

Frederick Douglass Assistantships – Available at several PASSHE schools including Kutztown, Clarion and Slippery Rock; It is a merit-based competitive award for students who have demonstrated potential for leadership, advocacy for literacy, and commitment to bringing equality and justice to all Americans.

Minority GradStudent.com – Funding sources sorted by area of study.

University of Arkansas Fellowships – Nationally recognized research institution seeking diverse candidates for graduate school.

American Association of University Women – Scholarships for women who are full time in certain professional areas.

University of Washington – A great list of grad school scholarships and sorted them by application deadlines.

Knowles Science Teaching Fellowship – Awarded to applicants who have earned at least a bachelor’s degree in a physical science, mathematics or engineering before the fellowship begins in June. Candidates must enroll in a secondary teacher credential program before the fellowship is awarded.

The PhD Project – Since 1994 The PhD Project has tripled the number of minority business school professors…from 294 to over 960 by supporting graduate school business education.

Nationally Competitive Graduate Fellowships – This is another great list of funding opportunities compiled by North Carolina State University System. The list is sorted by application deadlines.

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