Below we collect opportunities that may be of interest to our MA students. Please let us know if you know of additional job opportunities which you think should be posted. You can email our Graduate Coordinator Corey Dunn (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Graduate Equity Fellowship
The Graduate Equity Fellowship seeks to increase the diversity of students completing graduate degree programs at the CSU, encourages continuation toward doctoral programs, and promotes consideration of university faculty careers. It provides fellowships for economically disadvantaged CSU students who have had success in overcoming educational disadvantages and promotes faculty mentoring and research opportunities.
Application Deadline: March 2nd, 2022 for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Application Requirements: Apply through the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships. Students must submit a FAFSA / CDA and have a minimum $1,000 need as determined by the U.S. Department of Education. Applications require two confidential letters of recommendation from faculty members and a personal statement. Applicants must be enrolled in a master’s degree program at CSUSB for the term of the award allocation.
Visit the Graduate Equity Fellowship webpage: bit.ly/38UPWCg and follow the steps below:
- You must complete the 2022-2023 FAFSA to apply for the Graduate Equity Fellowship.
- Login to MyCoyote, and navigate to the CSUSB Scholarship Site and follow the application instructions.
Graduate Studies Fellowship
- Dollar Amount: $4,500 awarded to one student in each college.
- Activities: Graduate Studies Fellows are encouraged to attend Graduate Studies events, may represent graduate students at these events, and may be asked to assist in outreach or other activities that support building a community of graduate scholars.
Graduate Program Fellowship
- Dollar Amount: $500-$2,000 award.
- Activities: Determines by each graduate program.
Applicants for Fall 2022 admissions to a master’s program are encouraged to apply, but will need a myCoyote id number to access the scholarship portal.
Additional information, including fellowship eligibility, can be found on the Graduate Studies Graduate Equity Fellowship website.
For Additional Information, please contact:
Office of Graduate Studies
April Lane | (909) 537-7381
Tobin Center / Economics Pre-Doctoral Fellows Program
The Tobin Center / Economics Pre-Doctoral Fellows Program at Yale University supports policy-relevant economics research by providing a high-quality education and training experience for individuals with bachelor’s or master’s degrees who are considering pursuing a Ph.D. in economics or a closely related discipline.
Pre-doctoral fellows work for one to two years as full-time research assistants for one or more faculty mentors and engage in additional education and training activities, including taking for credit or auditing one course per semester, participating in a weekly professional development seminar, and attending department research seminars. All positions are based on-campus, and most fellows work in common workspaces to foster camaraderie and peer learning.
They invite interested individuals to apply to our 2022-23 cohort and join their vibrant and diverse community of approximately 50 scholars. Their program is strengthened when a diversity of backgrounds, identities, and viewpoints are represented. We encourage members of historically underrepresented groups in economics to apply, including women, non-binary, LGBTQ+, Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and first-generation low-income (FGLI) college students, among others. They also encourage applications from individuals with past experience and future aspirations to study issues related to diversity, equity, inclusion, and identity.
To apply, please review available positions listed on their webpage and complete their common application, which requests personal and educational background information, a ranking of faculty supervisors, and a single PDF containing a cover letter that includes the contact information for 2-3 references, a resume/CV, a diversity statement (optional), unofficial transcript(s), a writing sample, and coding sample(s). Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until positions have been filled.
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