Jack Larson Data for Good Fellowship
The Data for Good fellowship supports MIDS students who desire to use data science to benefit society. Successful applicants will have a background working for non-profits, government, or community service organizations or be able to demonstrate how they intend to use the data science skills acquired in the MIDS program for the betterment of society.
The fellowship award amount is $8,500.
The Data for Good Fellowship is awarded three times each year: in the spring, summer, and fall semesters. Applications are due during the previous semester.
Summer 2021 Award: Apply by March 29, 2021
The Jack Larson Data for Good Fellowship is open to all current UC Berkeley School of Information MIDS students and applicants to the MIDS program. Recipients must be registered and enrolled MIDS students in good standing and have no past or ongoing misconduct violations at the time the award is disbursed.
Students who have previously applied for the fellowship and have not received it are eligible to reapply in a future semester if they still meet all other relevant eligibility criteria. Students may be awarded the fellowship only once.
A committee of faculty and staff will make fellowship selections based upon service background, vision/plan for using data for societal benefit, career goals, and financial need.