Do you want to study in the United States and also want to get epic scholarships in this state? If yes, then you will glad to know that Stanford University is providing a Truman Scholarship. The program is open for U.S. citizens.
The scholarship supports graduation or association with professional studies, leadership training, and other scholars who are committed to making a difference through public service. Stanford is a place for learning, discovery, innovation, expression, and discourse.
Who May Eligible
- Nomination by Stanford through the Haas Center for Public Service
- U.S. citizen or a U.S. national from American Samoa or the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
- Full-time junior expecting to receive a bachelor’s degree between December 2020 and August 2021.
- Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.6
- Commitment to a career in public service and able to attend the Truman Scholars Leadership Week
- Students must have a strong record of leadership, public and community service
- Must be available for a Stanford interview, if shortlisted. Interview date(s): Week of November 18, 2019 (exact dates TBD, morning hours).
How to Apply
To consider an application for Campus enrollment, students need the following steps should be completed:
- Register with Cardinal Careers (via Qualtrics) to participate in the campus competition
- Email Leslie Garvin to acquire your unique login for the Truman website
- Consult with Truman campus advisors regarding the content and writing of your application
- Using your unique username, complete the online application at the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation A sample application is provided to help prepare for online submission.
- Request 3 confidential letters of recommendation, one for each of the following topics:
- Academic achievement: Intellect and prospects for continuing academic success
- Commitment to a career in public service
- Leadership abilities and potential
- Up to $30,000 for the Scholar’s graduate studies toward a public service-related degree, open to many fields of study
- Truman Scholars Leadership Week (mandatory for Scholars)
- Summer Institute (10-week program immediately after college graduation)
- Truman Fellows Program (after Summer Institute, a full year of public service work and study in Washington, DC)
- Scholars are required to work in public service for three of the seven years following completion of a Foundation-funded graduate degree program as a condition of receiving funding
For this free study, students must be Submit the materials to the Haas Center Cardinal Careers Team (Haas, Rm 214) by the campus deadline, 3:00 PM on October 25, 2019.