The NeighborWorks Education Award

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Prepare for a Career in Serving Others with the NeighborWorks Education Award

About the NeighborWorks Education Award

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The Carsey/NeighborWorks Education Award: Employees and board members of NeighborWorks and NeighborWorks member organizations may be eligible for up to $5,000 in Education Awards to pursue a master's degree at the Carsey School of Public Policy in: Community Development (MCD)Public Administration (MPA), Global Conflict & Human Security (GCHS), or Public Policy (MPP). To qualify for this Education Award, an application must be completed and submitted to the Carsey School. Applications are available upon request.

NeighborWorks offers a 10% discount on their in-person and online courses to current Carsey School students*

 

$5,000

Toward a graduate degree at Carsey

10% off

on NeighborWorks courses*

14-16

Months it takes to earn your Master’s Degree!

 

The Carsey School Advantage

Graduate prepared for a career with impact and the knowledge required for interdisciplinary problem-solving, insightful analysis, effective advocacy, compelling communications, and winning strategies that lead to impactful change and stronger communities.

  • Our flexible programs fit into your life, offering Online, On-campus, and Part-time learning options.
  • Start Fall or Spring.
  • Engage in hands-on learning and grow your network of changemakers like you.
  • Achieve your full potential, effect change, and advance your career.
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“I wanted to address housing issues in my community, but I did not feel I could tackle this challenging project effectively and with confidence. I sought out the Carsey School of Public Policy for its applied learning graduate degrees and the ability to bring my own preconceived project to the program in the form of a capstone. My classes have laid a strong foundation for achieving my capstone project goals and I owe that knowledge and confidence to the high-quality instructors and programming provided through the Carsey School.”

~James Vayo, '19G MCD, NeighborWorks Community Economic Development Certified Professional

 

Capstone Project: Cornerstone to Development

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Capstone Project: Cornerstone to Development

Capstone Project: Cornerstone to Development

Carsey School student determined to help alleviate New Hampshire’s housing shortage...

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*The discount on NeighborWorks courses applies to current Carsey students who are not employees or board members of NeighborWorks or a NeighborWorks member organization.

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