Apply for the Bernstein Fellowship
a. the value of the proposed project, its feasibility, and its potential impact;
b. the applicant’s ability to achieve the proposed project’s goals;
c. the applicant’s human rights experience (in law school courses, extracurricular activities, summer jobs, or full-time work);
d. the applicant’s leadership capabilities and likely future commitment to human rights work; and
e. the sponsoring organization’s capacity to implement the proposed project (if applicable).
The Selection Committee may ask applicants to participate in a telephone interview.
The Schell Center will notify applicants of the results of the selection process by mid-March.