Pitt Public Health invites Returned Peace Corps Volunteers (RPCVs) to apply for the Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program, which provides financial support towards a Master of Public Health (MPH) or Master of Science (MS) degree as well as experience working with local underserved communities.
Coverdell Fellows receive a 35 percent tuition & fees scholarship for up to four academic terms of study at Pitt Public Health. If you're interested in pursuing an MPH or MS degree, simply check the RPCV box on your SOPHAS application!
Applications due January 15.
Applicants must submit their final SOPHAS applications with all required documentation.
Meet joint-degree student Alyssa Amendola (BCHS/GSPIA), Coverdell Fellow
Meet joint-degree student Laurenia Mangum (BCHS/SocWk), Coverdell Fellow
Pitt Public Health has a long history of collaboration with the Peace Corps and proudly recognizes dozens of RPCVs among our student body, faculty, staff, and alumni.
Explore RPCV profiles.
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