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Provided by the generosity of Bill Falik, a real estate fellowship of $10,000 will be awarded to two exceptional students who have demonstrated a passion for real estate and have exhibited significant leadership and entrepreneurial qualities during their graduate studies. One graduating student and one continuing 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 should 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 submitted via email or dropped off at S546 Student Services Building, Haas School of Business.
Deadline: February 7, 2017
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.
Provided through the generosity of Jack Larson. These are $12,500 scholarships designed to assist entrepreneurs entering their second year of the Full-Time MBA program.
The Rashell Young Fellowship is offering an up to $9,000 award for one or two continuing students who will be working on a healthcare-focused internship or social entrepreneurial project in underserved communities in the US or internationally. Award amounts will be based on project expenses overlap with RYF mission. The current Rashell Young grantees are doing very well with their projects. For example, Suraj Patel's project, "Reflections from a Summer in Kenya", is amazing. To learn more about the Rashell Young and the fellowship please click here: http://rashellyoungfellowship.org/
The Hansoo Lee Fellowship will provide a stipend and mentorship to help Berkeley-Haas MBA students pursue their venture full-time for their summer internship. MBA students will receive an award of $5,000, mentorship from Haas alums focused on entrepreneurship, and office space.
Provided through the generosity of Ted Oglove in honor of Ray Miles. This $1,500 scholarship is awarded to a student who demonstrated academic achievement in the first semester organizational behavior class. Preference is given to students who plan careers in organizational behavior and/or industrial relations. Financial need is not a requirement for this award.
Provided by the generosity of The DK Kim Foundation. These $10,000 awards are to support international students pursuing a career with a social impact.
Provided through the generosity of Ted Oglove in honor of Ralph Bahna. This $2,000 is awarded to those who stand out as having excelled in critical thinking their first year.
This is a $10,000 scholarships awarded to students that display exemplary leadership. Both breadth and depth of involvement at Haas will be considered.
These $7,500 awards are for continuing students enrolled in the MBA/MPH dual degree, specifically for students entering their 5th semester. This award is funded by the Kaiser, Starkweather and Trefethan funds.
Provided through the generosity of Victor and Karen Trione. This is a $15,000 scholarship based on academic excellence and Entrepreneurship. This is defined by a number of factors such as Satisfactory Academic Progress for financial aid purposes as well as GPA. The decision date may be later as we will await the final spring 2017 grades for consideration.
This is an award for up to $2,500 for continuing students pursuing summer internships with startups that might not be able to compensate interns at market rates. (MBA/MPH students in their second year also qualify for consideration.) Students must have a summer internship at a verifiable startup, not founded by the applying student, received a specific and substantive written job/internship offer, and the internship is for a full-time, summer position for at least 8 weeks in duration.
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 Center for Social Sector Leadership (CSSL)is defining a new generation of business leaders, a generation that understands and values the crucial role that nonprofit and public institutions play in the world's increasingly collaborative economy. Whether students seek to consult with social sector organizations, found a social enterprise, become effective philanthropists, lead through board governance, or pursue a career in the sector, the Center provides the leadership education to help them succeed. The CSSL coordinates the following:
Haas Social Impact Fund offered through the generosity of your peers, assists students taking internships in the social sector.
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: