Boren Campus Representative Resources
As campus representative, your role is to recruit applicants and publicize the program, advise students, and manage the application process. View detailed information on the role of the Boren Scholarship campus representative and the Boren Fellowship campus representative.
We appreciate your efforts and hope that you will utilize the following resources. In addition, if you would like someone from the Boren Awards to visit your campus to discuss the program with students, faculty members, and administrators, please contact us at email@example.com. We will consider each request, although we may not be able to honor each of them.
- 2014 Program Information Sheet - a pdf document to use for student and faculty information sessions with basic information on the Boren Scholarships and Fellowships.
- Service Requirement Information & Examples - a pdf document with information about the service requirement
- Student Profiles
- African Languages Initiative
- Boren Brochure and Boren Poster - You may request additional brochure and posters or request a campus visit from our office by completing the material request form or by contacting us at 1-800-618-NSEP (6737) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- 2014 Student Press Release
- 2014 General Press Release
- Discipline-Specific Information - The Boren Fellowship is a great opportunity for graduate students in the professional schools, and these handouts should be distributed to students in the following disciplines. These handouts can also be given to campus representatives, faculty, and other students who are interested in what these Fellows have done overseas and how they have completed their government service.
- Informational Videos
- Boren Awards on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube
- A list of ways to link to Boren Awards from your website
PowerPoint Presentations available to provide a basic overview of the Boren Scholarships and Fellowships. The Boren Awards PowerPoint Presentation covers both the Boren Scholarships and Fellowships while the other two cover their respective programs.
- Boren Alumni and Federal Employment Video - Celebrating 20 Years of NSEP
- Boren Alumni and Federal Employment Slideshow - Celebrating 20 Years of NSEP
- Campus Specific Website - Log in to update your contact information, to enter your on-campus deadline, and to add campus-specific information and events.
- Sample listserv announcements for on-campus sessions
- Printer-friendly flyers for on-campus information sessions - Boren Awards, Boren Scholarships, Boren Fellowships
- List of current Scholars and Fellows
- Newsletter Archives
- Service Examples - examples of Boren Scholars and Fellows completing their NSEP service requirements
- Institutional Travel Warning Form - Several of the preferred countries for the Boren Scholarship are under U.S. State Department Travel Warnings. The Boren Scholarship requires that an appropriate representative at the student’s home institution sign the institutional travel warning form. Students are also asked to sign a waiver stating that they have read and understand the travel warning. Scholars who do not have both signed documents will not receive funding from the Boren Scholarship for study in a country with a travel warning. This form is not required until award decisions have been made in May.