Do you find yourself keen on public service and quality of personal integrity? Here is a unique opportunity for you. Orrin G. Hatch is introducing an authentic Hatch Scholars Program to boost your career growth. United States citizens who are undergraduate students at a US school in good academic standing and have accepted to an internship program in Washington, DC, in any of the fields like public administration, public policy, law, public relations, or political science are welcome to apply. If this resembles you, then this program will reduce all your financial burden.
The central mission of the Orrin G. Hatch Foundation behind this program is to educating and empowering the next generation of leaders. It is designed to help students get the most from their DC experience and to learn more about the impact of Senator Hatch’s leadership along the way. This program provides needed financial assistance to the deserving students to help them achieve their career goals and motivates them to do better in their academics and careers. This scholarship reduces the financial load on the students.
Civility and solutions are the twin pillars of the Orrin G. Hatch Foundation. The foundation stands apart from the din and divisiveness of contemporary politics by seeking to restore common ground. Their purpose is threefold: to engender greater civic participation and understanding to facilitate bipartisan dialogue, and to foster commonsense solutions to the nation’s most pressing problems. Through the Hatch Center, the physical home of the Orrin G Hatch Foundation aims to revitalize the political discourage by convening the greatest minds in American public life.
|Organization||Orrin G Hatch|
|Educational Level||Undergraduate students|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Application Deadline||November 1, 2020|
|Requirement||Application, Letter of Recommendation|
Who May Be Eligible?
Take a look at the below-given requirements before applying for the program, mentioned below:
- Candidate should be a United State Citizen.
- The applicant should be an undergraduate student at a US school in good academic standing.
- Fellows should be accepted to an internship program in Washington, DC, in one of the following fields: public administration, public policy, law, public relations, or political science.
How to Apply
All the eligible candidates need to download needs to download the application form and fill it with all the required details and the documents as guided in the form. Applicants should ensure the data provided in the form is valid and complete. No incomplete or invalid data will be considered for the program. Applications are expected to be received before the deadline. All the materials should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your details should be provided adequately in the form.
- A college transcript is needed.
- Proof of internship; a copy of application status or an acceptance letter.
- Letter of Recommendation from a professor of your choice.
- 300 to 500 words essay answering one of the following questions:
Civility and solutions are the twin pillars of the Origin G. Hatch Foundation. How do you intend to promote these principles in your academic and professional pursuits?
What do you understand about Senator Hatch’s Legacy, and how do you plan to carry it forward in your academic and professional pursuits?
Selected students will receive the awards intended to be used toward costs associated with the internship, including tuition, transportation, rent, and living expenses. This program motivates students to make most of their internships. It makes the student’s professional start easy and stress-free. It encourages students to maintain their good academic records.
Please apply for the scholarship before November 1, 2020.