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The WW-RBF Fellowship seeks to prepare top undergraduate seniors who are either African American, Latino, Asian American or American Indian to seek a master’s degree education in teacher licensure in their field of interest at one of the 29 specified WW-RBF institutions. Twenty-five annually selected WW-RBF Fellows will receive a stipend of $30,000 to use towards their education. Each Fellow will apply on his/her own to any campus on the approved list and will be subjected to that institution’s admission process as any other student. It is the Fellowship’s hope that each qualifying institution will make as generous a financial aid as possible so that as much of the $30,000 stipend can be used towards living expenses. In return, Fellows commit to teaching for three years in a high-need urban or rural school upon their graduation.



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