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The Peace Corps Prep Program is a special opportunity for UT Dallas undergraduate students to combine their coursework, volunteer service, and hands-on experience while advancing toward a certificate offered by Peace Corps.
Applications due 3/29.
The Hatton W. Sumners Scholarship Fund provides two-year scholarships for junior and senior year in the amount of up to $10,000 per year per student to deserving students who are legal residents of Texas, New Mexico or Oklahoma, have completed 60 hours of coursework, have four semesters remaining in college and intend to pursue a baccalaureate degree at any accredited college or university in Texas, New Mexico or Oklahoma.
Eligible students must meet the following criteria:
-Legal resident of Texas, New Mexico or Oklahoma (for the past 12 months).
-Applicants must be in good standing at their college or university located in Texas, New Mexico, or Oklahoma.
-60 completed hours of college coursework.
-Four semesters remaining in college.
-Minimum 3.25 GPA.
-Recipients must agree to attend Public Policy Weekend OR Texas Tribune Festival AND any two other programs offered by the Hatton W. Sumners Foundation.
*Students that have been awarded a Sumners Scholars through their college/university are not eligible for this scholarship.
The BSBA program offers a course, free of charge, on a credit/no credit basis designed to teach students how to become more effective mentors and leaders. The course (IMS 4074) is part of the BSBA peer to peer mentoring program. Students will gain invaluable leadership and mentoring skills that are transferrable to a professional work environment.
To qualify to become a peer mentor and to enroll in IMS 4074, student must have a 3.0 GPA or better, and must have completed at least one long semester at JSOM. If interested in enrolling in IMS 4074, please see Professor Henderson in 11.105B or email [email protected].
If a student is interested in serving as a mentee (working with a student mentor), please see Professor Henderson.