The Melissa Sullivan Endowed Internship/Practicum with Children and Families has been established to honor Melissa Sullivan, a CSPP student who graduated with the M.A. degree in 2001. She died unexpectedly in December 2001. The Sullivan family established the endowment in honor of Melissa and to encourage the training of students to work with children and families. The student selected will receive $10,000 during the academic year.
Deliver the above materials to:
Educational Psychology – CSPP
250 Education Sciences Building
56 East River Road
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Materials must be received by March 3.
Please note: The CSPP Scholarship Committee will screen these applications and identify up to five finalists. The finalists will be asked to submit additional materials, including a letter of recommendation, to the Melissa Sullivan Fellowship Committee. That committee will determine the scholarship recipient.
All materials are to be submitted in a manila envelope, marked “Melissa Sullivan Fellowship,” and delivered to the Educational Psychology office front desk in 250 Education Sciences Building.
All questions are to be directed to Thomas Skovholt, CSPP.
Please answer the following questions on ONE separate sheet of paper.
Please return this application, a vita, and an unofficial copy of your graduate transcript to 250 Education Sciences Building per instructions above.