“THE ROGER FISHER SCHOLARSHIP” GUIDELINES
Applicants who wish to attend an International workshop(s) at CMI International Group, LLC must meet the following criteria:
WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO APPLY?
- Applicants must be willing to make a commitment to attend the full length of the workshop(s).
- Applicants is an established professional in the negotiation and conflict resolution field, or a student who has participated and/or interested in the field of negotiation.
- Applicants are a professional with an interest in developing, or honing in S/he negotiation skills for professional or personal development.
- Applicants are open and willing to contribute resources.
- Applicants must submit an essay about how the workshop will be of benefit to his or her professional, academic or personal development.
- Applicants must be an active membership status with CMIIG and show active participation with all our social media: Facebook, Twitter, You tube, etc.
- Standing members of CMIIG who have been financially unable to attend our workshops
- Applicants are expected to be Roger Fisher’s work ambassadors.
- Applicants are required to notify CMIIG Committee of any change in contact information, academic changes, professional information or other relevant information to keep their contact cards up to date
- Applicants must be a volunteer for a minimum of sixteen (16) hours in our office or business representation.
- Applicants are willing to participate in public relations activities at the CMIIG events and drive participation to CMIIG International Workshops and other activities.
HOW TO APPLY
- Each year the online application is available for those would like to attend to International Workshops in Cambridge MA. (Harvard University). Interested applicants must submit an online application and then all supporting documentation ( Biographies, Resumes, etc.) to email@example.com
- Two completed recommendation forms from advisors, work officers or employers addressing current academic achievement, personal qualities, potential for future success and contributions to the community. The standardized recommendation form must be used.
Applicants are responsible for gathering and submitting all necessary information. Applications are evaluated on the information supplied. Incomplete applications will not be evaluated. All information received is considered confidential and is reviewed only by “The Roger Fisher Scholarship Committee”.
- Applicant must have completed the full online registration with appropriate mandatory documentation.
- Applicant must have a Professional Career with considerable experience on negotiation field.
- Applicant must be willing to make a commitment to attend the full length of the workshop(s).
- Scholarship recipients are selected on the basis of academic achievement, work experience, personal statement of goals and aspirations, community service, letters of recommendation, and CMIIG ambassador commitment essay.
- Lack of financial assistance from employer and /or limited personal financial resources.
- Individuals demonstrated commitment or expressed interest in particular subject of the CMIIG courses.
- Qualities that should be displayed by an applicant’s essay and application are the following:
ABOUT THE SCHOLARSHIP
- Scholarship amounts will vary from the total tuition.
- Selection of recipients is made by CMIIG Scholarship Committee.
- Applicants will be notified in via email.
- Not all applicants to the program will be selected as recipients.
- All applicants agree to accept the decision as final.
- The scholarship will be awarded and must be used for the workshop following receipt of the scholarship.
All scholarships awarded are non-renewable and non-negotiable.
SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS EXPECTATIONS
- Recipients are expected to be CMIIG ambassadors.
- Recipients must also continue an active membership status with CMIIG and show active participation with the organization.
- A non-refundable fee of USA $350.00 must be accompanied with the necessary documentation, after the scholarship is granted for administrative cost.
- Participate in limited public relations activities at the CMIIG office or representation.
- Attend or volunteer with a local CMIIG office or representation.
- Drive participation to CMIIG International Workshops and other activities.
ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL NEGOTIATION AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION WORKSHOP
CMIIG will introduce individuals how to conceptualize a win-win framework within the contexts of negotiation, mediation, effective communication and leadership within their respective organizations, and outside affiliates while achieving goals through collaboration with less stress, while maximizing the power of relationships.
“The Roger Fisher Scholarship” program is administered by CMI International Group, LLC, funded primarily by owners and employees of CMIIG. honoring Prof. Roger Fisher legacy