Morse Family and Community Public Policy Scholarship
This $3,000 scholarship, awarded annually, provides funds to support a project or internship that gives a student the experience of working in community, state or federal governments or providing service in the non-profits sector.
The project or internship must encourage the development of public policy which improves the quality of family and community life. All K-State undergraduates are welcome to apply. Seniors must be enrolled at K-State next fall semester.
Applications are due March 29, 2021.
- Cover letter addressed to Dean Joe Mocnik describing your interest in public policy development that positively impacts the quality of family and community life.
- Description of your project or internship that clearly states your goals and objectives for the project or internship
- Letter of recommendation from your project or internship sponsor
- Letter of recommendation from a professor with direct knowledge of your academic achievement
For questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
This award honors Richard L.D. and Marjorie J. Morse's lifetime of commitment and activism at the community, state, and federal level to improve the quality of family and community life.