The Carter Center is guided by the principles of Founders, Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter. Founded in partnership with Emory University on a fundamental commitment to human rights and the alleviation of human suffering, the Center seeks to prevent and resolve conflicts, enhance freedom and democracy, and improve health. Learn more.
Through the generosity of former trustee Barbara Bruner ’76, one current Scripps College student is selected to attend the Carter Center’s Executive Briefing Conference in Atlanta, GA every spring with an optional add-on trip to President Carter’s hometown in Plains, GA. This award covers all conference-related expenses including airfare, hotel, registration, and meals.
Carter Center Executive Briefing Sponsorship
April 21-22, 2022 (Tentative)
All currently-enrolled Scripps College sophomores, juniors, and seniors in good academic standing are eligible to apply. Successful candidates can clearly articulate a connection between this experience and their professional goals.
Applicants are strongly encouraged to research the Carter Center before applying.
- Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line “Bruner Carter Center Application.”
- Attach a Resume that includes your name in the file name (e.g. Clark_Bruner Carter Center Application).
- Attach a Statement of Intent (approximately 500 words) that address your interest in attending the conference, previous experience, if any, with health, human rights, and/or peace. Share any additional information that might be helpful in considering your application. Include your name, class year, email, phone number, major/minor, and Scripps mail box number.
TBD. Applications are typically due around President’s Day in February.