Are you a military veteran? Do you have a bachelor’s degree? Please apply!
Reaching Those Who Served is seeking applications from military veterans of the U.S. armed services, reserves, or National Guard who:
- Intend to pursue a career in information studies
- Agree to participate in interviews related to the project and its impact
- Will satisfactorily complete courses funded through the project
- Agree to participate in an exit interview
Scholarships are available for 12 students to make substantial progress in completing a master’s degree through one of three American Library Association (ALA) accredited programs: the School of Information at The University of Texas at Austin, the School of Information at San José State University, or the Library and Information Science Program at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa.
Students will be immersed in academic programs that not only stress information studies through their required and elective coursework, but also provide students with socialization in these fields.
Graduates from the master’s degree programs might seek careers in a broad range of information professions, including:
- Information Architecture
- Knowledge Management
- Web Development
- User Experience (UX) Design
- Digital Asset Management
- Curation & Digital Preservation
- Interactive Design
- Health Informatics
University Application Processes
Participants of Reaching Those Who Served must complete the application process for the university of their choice.