School of Education Counseling candidate Jane Ssemanda has received a National Forum for Black Public Administrators – Washington, DC Chapter (NFBPA-WDC) Scholarship Award which “recognizes an African-American or minority graduate student working towards a Master’s degree in Public Administration or a related field who exemplifies outstanding leadership, scholarship, and public service.” Ms. Ssemanda has also been accepted into the NFBPA mentoring program. “The program is an intensive, eight-month initiative with a two-fold focus. First, emphasis is placed on skills building, with specialized workshops offered during two group meetings. The second, and equally important, focus is embodied in informal interaction between mentors and protégés throughout the program period.
Counseling candidate receives prestigious scholarship
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