Falik Family Fellowship for $10,000 -one-year award
Provided by the generosity of Bill Falik, a real estate fellowship of $10,000 will be awarded to an exceptional student who has demonstrated a passion for real estate and has exhibited significant leadership and entrepreneurial qualities during their graduate studies. One graduating student will be selected from the following graduate degree programs: Haas School of Business (Full Time and Evening-Weekend MBA), Boalt Law School, and the UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design.
Applicants will also submit their resume and a Letter of Recommendation (LOR) from either a UCB faculty member or from a professional reference. Resumes and LOR can be uploaded via the application form.
Deadline: Monday, March 19, 2018
This application is separate from the Haas Online Scholarship Application. You will need to be logged in with your CalNet ID to access the application. Apply Here.
Turner Fellowship- one year award
Provided by the generosity of Daniel Turner III,Managing Director of Montreux Equity Partners. A $5,000 annual award will be given to a deserving Evenig- Weekend MBA candidate, who has demonstrated a commitment to an entrereneurial career.
- PERSONAL STATEMENT: Please describe your career goals and entrepreneurial aspirations. Indicate how the fellowship will help you achieve your personal and professional goals. Limit response to 500 words.
OOBA Grant for Continuing Students
Funded in part by the generosity of Abhishek Sharma (EWMBA '16), this pilot grant will be used to support continuing students who reside outside of the nine-county Bay Area and incur additional travel expenses. The application process for continuing students will take place from February 19, 2018 to March 19, 2018. Priority in the selection process will be given in large part to those who live farthest away from campus. The nine-county Bay Area region includes: San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Alameda, Contra Costa, Solano, Napa, Sonoma, and Marin Counties.
To access the application, please click here. (Current students can log-in using their Haas username and password. Can't remember your login? Contact the Haas HelpDesk)
Award amount: TBD as funding is contingent upon responses from applicants. Award amounts will vary based on distance to campus.
Continued eligibility is contingent upon continuous residence in your current city. You must report any relocation to another municipality to the Haas Financial Aid Office. Eligibility could be affected if you move into the 9-county Bay Area.
- RESIDENCY VERIFICATION: Submit all documents as one PDF file only. If your documents contain an SSN or other sensitive data, you must black it out before you upload it into our system. Please upload 3 months worth of both utility bills, with your name and address, and proof of completed air travel if you are flying in for the weekend classes (Nov 2017 - Jan 2018).
The Non-Profit and Public Service Scholarship facilitates access to the Berkeley MBA for students whose current employment is in the non-profit or public service sectors. This is a one-year award which is not automatically renewed in subsequent years.
Provided by the generosity of Juanita Shapansky. This grant was funded through a bequest from Juanita Shapansky in memory of her son Ronald, who graduated from UC Berkeley's San Francisco-based Evening & Weekend MBA program in 1986. Recipients will be awarded based on financial need. Net financial need is calculated by the Haas Financial Aid Office using guidelines adapted from the federal government. This is a one-year award which can be renewed in subsequent years.
Preference is given to single parents or those re-entering the workforce after a significant period of non-employment. This is a one-year award which can be renewed in subsequent years.
This $10,000 scholarship is awarded to students that display exemplary leadership within the campus community. Both breadth and depth of involvement at Haas will be considered. Successful applicants for the leadership award have embodied the Defining Leadership Principles, demonstrated commitment and service to Haas School of Business, and have acted as positive, path-bending leaders who steward the Haas brand in all that they do.
Provided by the generosity of friends and family of the class of 2000 in memory of David Engelbrecht. This award is for continuing students who have demonstrated academic excellence. The application process for this award does not require a personal statement. The decision date may be slightly later as we will await the final spring 2017 grades for consideration. This is a one-year award which can be renewed in subsequent years.
This is not an exhaustive list and each institute or center at Haas may have other opportunities. Refer to the applicable websites for the latest information.
The Berkeley Haas Entrepreneurship Program integrates entrepreneurial thinking into the Haas student experience and to assist Haas and UC Berkeley students in launching new ventures. The program gives students multidisciplinary experiential learning opportunities, seed funding for selected startups, and connections to the greater UC Berkeley and Bay Area entrepreneurial ecosystems. The Berkeley Haas Entrepreneurship Program coordinates:
The Gloria Appel Award for Outstanding Leadership in Entrepreneurship is presented upon nomination by the Haas community to a second year MBA candidate who has made an extraordinary and lasting contribution to the entrepreneurship program at Haas. A $5,000 fellowship accompanies the award.
The Center for Responsible Business (CRB) at Berkeley Haas connects students, businesses, and faculty to mobilize the positive potential of business to create a more equitable, inclusive, and sustainable society. Building on more than a decade of research, teaching, and engaging with business, we educate and provoke thoughtful debate. The Center encourages sustainability-minded research and its application in the marketplace of commerce and ideas. The CRB offers or promotes the following:
The Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics educates students and real estate professionals and is to support and conduct research on real estate, urban economics, the California economy, land use, and public policy. The Fisher Center offers or coordinates the following: