Post-Graduate Scholarship and Fellowship Opportunities: Drake students have the opportunity to apply for several different scholarships and fellowships, including the Marshall, the Rhodes, the Carnegie and the Truman, among others. One of the most prestigious post-graduate scholarships available is the Fulbright Scholarship. Students who receive a Fulbright Scholarship are federally funded to spend up to one year of postgraduate study teaching or conducting research in a foreign country. Eleanor Zeff, associate professor in the Department of Political Science, has been the Fulbright program adviser since 2003, and more than 25 Drake students have received Fulbright awards during that time. Drake has produced many Fulbright scholars in the past 10 years and has been named a “Top Producing” university among Master’s granting institutions four times since 2006.
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Local and National Career, Internship and Volunteer Opportunity Listings
Center for Global Citizenship's listing of international careers: This is a expansive list of links to information on international careers, internships, graduate programs, local resources, global volunteerism, and study abroad opportunities.
Drake Law 3 + 3 program: Qualified Drake students in the College of Arts and Sciences can earn an undergraduate degree and a law degree in six years rather than the usual seven. Through this program, students complete three years of full-time undergraduate study, use law school courses to meet the balance of required undergraduate credits, and receive their bachelors degree after the first year of law school. Visit the Drake Law School website for more information.
Resource Guide: A useful resource to students pursuing degrees in international relations, human rights, agronomy, and development studies, to reference when pursuing careers and opportunities within non-profit organizations as well as other organizations working to provide basic necessities to the most vulnerable populations.