Every year, over 25 graduate students are hired for yearlong fellowships in offices throughout the University as coordinated by the Division of Student Affairs. These placements provide great opportunities for learning about career paths, as well as valuable hands-on professional experience. We’ll help you find yours.
As a graduate fellow, you will receive an annual scholarship and work stipend combination of $13,400 ($7,200 in grants, $6,200 in employment). The work year typically begins no earlier than the first day of class in September and ends the last day of the spring semester. If you are awarded an administrative fellowship in addition to a College of Arts & Sciences graduate grant, your grant will be reduced by 50 percent.
Below you will find a variety of offices, both inside and outside the division of student affairs, that are still searching for fellows to fill their positions. In order to apply, please review the position description for each individual position and submit a resume and cover letter to the supervisor of each position you are interested in. Please keep in mind some positions have already been filled previously through formalized interview days in the Spring. Departments will review all applicants’ resumes and cover letters as they are received and should they be interested in interviewing you, they will extend an invite to either come to campus or connect via phone or Skype.
If you have any questions, please contact George Theotokatos.