Carnegie Mellon Offers Guaranteed Scholarships to CNAY-Affiliated Students


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In partnering with the Center for Native American Youth (CNAY), the Heinz College has found that students affiliated with CNAY achieve great success not only as a Heinz College student, but as professionals in their field.

The Heinz College offers a $6000 per semester guaranteed minimum scholarship for eligible individuals affiliated with Center for Native American Youth who are enrolling in a full time master’s degree program at Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College.

The deadline to apply to one of Heinz College’s management degree programs has been extended to January 31, 2016 for CNAY-affiliated applicants. 


About Heinz College
The Heinz College provides professional, skills-based management degree programs that prepare students with a unique ability to conduct careful and objective analysis of relevant data, to understand and leverage the power of information technology, and to lead and implement change in managerial and policy contexts. In key areas of the global economy, leaders with a unique set of skills at the intersection of policy, technology and management are in great demand. Carnegie Mellon University’s H. John Heinz III College is perfectly positioned to develop these leaders.

The Heinz College provides programs in the following areas:

Public Policy & Management (MSPPM)

Health Care Policy & Management (MSHCPM)

Arts Management (MAM)

Entertainment Industry & Management (MEIM)

Information Systems & Management (MISM)

Information Security Policy & Management (MSISPM)

Public Management (MPM)

Information Technology (MSIT)

Visit their website to learn more about the resources and opportunities available to students who enroll at Carnegie Mellon University.


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