SIT Graduate Institute Scholarships
Academic scholarships allow NPCA members to pursue master’s degrees in international programs through SIT Graduate Institute. NPCA members who have one year or more of significant international experience are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Several competitive awards for 25% tuition for all degrees are made each year.
NEW! SIT Graduate Institute is pleased to introduce several new master’s degree programs – including two new programs being offered in a global format. This new learning modality allows students to complete their graduate-level education in up to three different countries by using a global campus approach. In addition, SIT Graduate Institute continues to offer its low-residency programs which are designed for working professionals looking to receive their degree while staying in their jobs.
- Master of Arts in Climate Change and Global Sustainability (Global)
- Master of Arts in Humanitarian Assistance and Crisis Management (Global) – Begins Fall 2019
- Master of Arts in International Education (Low-Residency)
- Master of Arts in Peace and Justice Leadership (Low-Residency) – Begins Summer 2019
- Master of Arts in Sustainable Development (Low-Residency) – Begins Fall 2019
- Master of Arts in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) (Low-Residency)
USC Marshall School of Business
The University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business will award scholarships of up to US $45,000 for its one-year IBEAR MBA program in Los Angeles to RPCVs who are also NPCA members. This scholarship opportunity also includes a housing subsidy of $9,000 to $15,000 for students who live in the IBEAR Residential Complex. Limited to a select group of 56 participants, a typical IBEAR class features participants from 11-15 countries. With an average age of 35 and an average of 11 years of work experience. Get more information on the IBEAR MBA Program.
The Northeastern University's Full Circle Scholarship offers a 25% tuition discount to graduate applicants who embody Northeastern University’s values of experiential and global learning. New, incoming students who have completed a term of service with the Peace Corps and are NPCA members are eligible. Programs are available at Northeastern’s campus locations in Boston, Seattle, Silicon Valley, Charlotte, and Toronto, and online.
Peace Corps Prep (for undergrads)
Peace Corps Prep is a certificate program for undergraduates that centers on one empowering question: How can you prepare yourself to be the best Peace Corps Volunteer you can be?
Peace Corps Prep creates a framework integrating coursework with hands-on experience and professional development. Upon completion of the program, you will receive a certificate from the Peace Corps—and a competitive edge when applying for Peace Corps service.
Peace Corps Prep corresponds with the Peace Corps' application process, which lets you choose where you want to go and what you want to do. You can explore and discover the Peace Corps Prep opportunities that excite you, and what skills you will need to be a competitive applicant for those positions. If you are enrolled in a Peace Corps Prep program, you can then shape your curriculum around those requirements! Learn more on Peace Corps' website.