Continue Changing Lives & Livelihoods at Clark University Where Financial Aid Starts at $27,000
This article is sponsored by Clark University which offers a minimum 40% tuition remission award valued at nearly $27,000 per student in 2014. Clark is currently recruiting for its master’s degree programs in the Graduate School of Management (GSOM) and the International Development, Community, and Environment (IDCE) Department. For more information on Clark’s graduate program, go to www.clarku.edu/graduate, call 508-793-7373, or email email@example.com.
If you are looking for a place to grow the skills and tools you will need to continue to be a force for social change after your AmeriCorps service, Clark University’s graduate programs are the perfect option to consider. Like AmeriCorps, Clark’s mission is to develop dynamic leaders who make a positive impact on the lives—and livelihoods—of people in the U.S. and abroad.
All AmeriCorps alumni who are admitted to the graduate programs highlighted below are automatically offered a minimum 40% tuition remission award – this year, that value was nearly $27,000 per student. For talented students, the offer is frequently raised even higher, up to a full tuition remission.
Training Professionals, Practitioners, and Scholars to Change the World
Clark University is a small, academically innovative institution located in Worcester, Massachusetts—the heart of New England. Our students work across disciplines, network and conduct research with prominent faculty and alumni, and gain the capability they need to challenge convention and change the world. In classes with peers from around the globe, Clark students apply new-found skills to help solve real-world problems.
Clark does this through their master’s degree programs in the Graduate School of Management (GSOM) and the International Development, Community, and Environment (IDCE) Department. Clark’s community of scholars and practitioners, which includes many AmeriCorps alumni, is dedicated to fostering environmental sustainability, social justice, and economic well-being in both the developing and developed world.
Combining this philosophy with its strong commitment to service program alumni organizations like AmeriCorps Alums, Clark is a leading graduate school option for AmeriCorps alumni throughout the country.
Laura Cane is currently serving as a Program Associate for a USAID-funded global health project, providing communications and program support.
Clark is currently recruiting AmeriCorps alumni in the following programs:
International Development, Community, and Environment (IDCE)
- MA in Community Development and Planning
- MA in International Development and Social Change
- MS in Environmental Science and Policy
- MS in Geographic Information Science (GIS) for Development and Environment
Graduate School of Management (GSOM)
- MBA (with concentrations in Social Change and Sustainability)
- MS in Accounting
- MS in Finance
- MBA/MA in Community Development and Planning
- MBA/MS in Environmental Science and Policy