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The Carr Center for Human Rights scholarship program supports HKS students enrolled in the 2013-2014 academic year who have demonstrated a strong engagement in and commitment to human rights policy. Awardees are encouraged to engage, as much as possible, in the activities of the Carr Center throughout the term of the scholarship. Scholars receive $5500 in tuition reimbursement. Up to five Scholars are selected on merit with preference given to students with financial need.
You must submit your essay and resume using the link below. The essay should explain why you believe you are a good candidate for the scholarship. Essays should be double spaced and no longer than 500 words. Make reference to the professional and/or personal experience, training, interests and future plans germane to this scholarship.