Dear Baruch colleagues,
The Katzen-Laufer Family is providing 13 $3000 fellowships for Weissman Arts & Sciences and School of Public Affairs undergraduates who work in unpaid internships and/or formal volunteer positions in non-profit, the arts, education, or government organization. The Katzen Public Interest Fellowship recipients will be selected on the basis of the student’s genuine potential for future contributions to “the common good.” Note: Preference will be given to students not already receiving on-going college financial funding.(Pell Grants & student loans are fine) This fellowship was formerly called Katzen Fellowship for the Common Good.
We have attached the flyer and application needed to apply for the Katzen Public Interest Fellowship. Students can also download this information from www.baruch.cuny.edu/careers.
Completed application forms should be brought to Starr Career Development Center, 2-150 with a 5pm 2/17 deadline. (Applications can also be picked up from reception at 2-150) Questions can be emailed to Dr. Heyman at firstname.lastname@example.org subject heading Katzen Fellowship
Thank you for helping us to publicize these fellowships provided by the generosity of Chani Katzen ’96 and the Katzen- Laufer Familyand with the on-going assistance of Cruz Marina Esquilin, Nicole Souza, Deputy Director of Special Gifts at Baruch and Patricia Imbimbo, Director of Starr Career Development Center.
Wendy Heyman, PhD
Arts and Sciences Coordinator
Starr Career Development Center
1 Bernard Baruch Way
(24th Street, between Lexington & third)
New York City, New York 10010