Humanity in Action
This scholarship is listed by UTSA’s Office of Nationally Competitive Awards, which supports current UTSA students on the undergraduate and graduate levels to apply to opportunities outside of UTSA. Students are encouraged to work with the Office of Nationally Competitive Awards and Fellowships as early as possible to discuss the application process. While some applications are short, drafting application materials for major awards may take months of preparation, and application materials should reflect this high level of preparation. Please note that we do not advise students on other scholarship opportunities listed on the scholarship hub outside of the “External” section.
Humanity in Action Fellowship programs take place in multiple locations including: Amsterdam, Atlanta, Berlin, Copenhagen, Sarajevo, and Warsaw. Described as intensive and demanding, the Humanity in Action Fellowship gathers groups of international students and graduates to explore national histories of discrimination and resistance that affect minority groups today. The programs aim to educate, connect, and inspire the future leaders in the fields of human rights and social justice. Students of minority backgrounds are highly encouraged to apply.
Award: Costs of participation and accommodation, need-based assistance for roundtrip airfare and food stipend
- U.S. and international students
- Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, Recent Graduates
Deadline: Early January
Interested applicants should visit the website below for the scholarship to learn more about the award. If you plan to apply to this specific program and would like application support, please contact Andrew Chapman of the Office of Nationally Competitive Awards by filling out the following intake form. Please do not submit this intake form to inquire about other awards listed in the Scholarship Hub.