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Brandeis University: The Heller School For Social Policy and Management

October 15, 2012

This sponsored article is featured in our October Career Newsletter released on October 9, 2012.

Ranked in the top ten schools of social policy by US News & World Report, the Heller School For Social Policy and Management is proud to also be a leader in providing financial assistance awarded to AmeriCorps alumni. Whatever cause you are committed to – ending poverty, improving health policy, protecting the environment, spurring community development, resolving conflict or protecting the rights of women, children and minorities — Heller’s unique interdisciplinary approach will prepare you for a fulfilling career finding solutions to society’s most pressing social problems. Each AmeriCorps alum who is admitted to Heller will receive a guaranteed $10,000 Service Scholarship. We will also match your Segal Education Award for up to two years of service, regardless of whether or not you’ve used it. We also award one or more full-tuition scholarships to AmeriCorps alumni annually.Heller Programs
The Master of Public Policy
The MBA in Nonprofit Management
The MA in Sustainable International Development
The MA in Coexistence and Conflict
The MS in International Health Policy and Management

Visit heller.brandeis.edu to learn more.

Alums Testimonials

“Heller is not just a school, it is a community. The constant support received from faculty, staff and fellow students is incomparable; you are truly set up to thrive.”
-Jamie Minton, MPP ’13
AmeriCorps VISTA, Communities In Schools of St Johns County, St. Augustine, FL ’07-’10
“The Heller “Forever Family” has made my MBA/MPP experience incredible. The faculty, staff, and students all have this great commitment to improving the world and to building the Heller community. It’s amazing to be surrounded and supported by such a population of highly intelligent, dedicated, and welcoming people.”-Rachael Weiker, MBA/MPP ’13
AmeriCorps Member Habitat for Humanity of Dane County, Madison, WI ’06-07
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