The Carsey School of Public Policy at the University of New Hampshire is proud to partner with a select number of distinguished organizations, enabling students to build upon their valued experiences by furthering their public service education and expanding their impact. For questions about any of these partnerships, please contact Sarah Dorner, Academic Partnership Coordinator.
Segal AmeriCorps Education Award
AmeriCorps Alumni are eligible to receive up to one full-time Segal AmeriCorps Education Award match to pursue a public service graduate degree at the Carsey School of Public Policy. When combined with the AmeriCorps award, this represents up to a 50% reduction in the total tuition costs. In addition to the education award, the $65 application fee is waived for AmeriCorps applicants. The amount of the AmeriCorps Education Award and Carsey’s dollar-for-dollar match amount depends on the total hours of service.
Carsey/Concord Education Award Program
City of Concord employees may be eligible for up to $5,000 in total education awards to pursue a public service graduate degree at the Carsey School of Public Policy.
City Year Alumni University Partnership Program
City Year Corps Members and Staff may be eligible for up to a $7,000 education award representing over 25% of the total tuition costs. In addition to the education award, the $65 application fee is waived for City Year applicants. The precise amount of the scholarship awarded is based upon years of service.
The Carsey-NeighborWorks® Alliance Program
Applicants that have earned a NeighborWorks Professional Certificate may be eligible to receive up to 6 graduate-level credits (2 courses) when enrolled in the Master in Community Development program at the Carsey School of Public Policy. Students may also qualify for additional NeighborWorks course tuition discounts from NeighborWorks when enrolled in their NTI programs, eLearning, and eClassroom Express Classes. NeighborWorks employees are also eligible to receive tuition reimbursement from NeighborWorks America for courses taken in the Master in Community Development program.
Peace Corps Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program
Returned Peace Corps Volunteers who enroll via the Coverdell Fellows program are eligible to receive an $8,000 education award. This represents up to 30% or more of total tuition costs for applicants pursuing a public service graduate degree at the Carsey School of Public Policy.