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Ed and Harriett Nathan Fellowship
For MSW students pursuing careers and related field placements in the philanthropic, nonprofit or public human services related to child welfare and mental health.
about Ed and Harriett Nathan Fellowship
Jewelle Taylor Gibbs Multicultural Fellowship
For 2nd-year MSW students specializing in Strengthening Children, Youth and Families, and with a 2nd-year field placement in a multicultural setting or working with multicultural families.
about Jewelle Taylor Gibbs Multicultural Fellowship
Jeff Jue Award
For MSW students pursuing a career in public sector mental health services, with a preference for those in a field placement working with older adults.
about Jeff Jue Award
Joan Ellis Scholarship
For MSW students with demonstrated financial need related to expenses for attending field placements.
about Joan Ellis Scholarship
For 2nd-year MSW students assigned to a field placement at Stanford Hospital and Medical Center.
about Valentine-Pannor Fellowship
Doris J. Britt Fellowship
For MSW students preparing for careers serving low-income African-American communities, and with field placements in public or faith-based institutions.
about Doris J. Britt Fellowship