Every year, over 25 graduate students are hired for yearlong fellowships in offices throughout the divisions of Student Affairs and Student Success. 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.
We encourage you to apply before the May 4th priority deadline. Please keep in mind this is the second round and some positions may have already been filled previously. Departments will begin reviewing all applicants’ resumes and cover letters and decide whom they’d like to meet during the second round of on-campus interviews on May 11. If we receive your application after May 4th, you are not guaranteed eligibility for the interview day on May 11. If any positions remain open after the second round of interviews, you can pursue them regardless of when you submit your application materials.
If you’re selected for an interview, you’ll be notified at least a week before your scheduled interview day. If you are unable to attend in person, you can make arrangements to interview by some other method (Skype, Google hangout, phone, etc.)
If you have any questions, please contact George Theotokatos.
To get started, please fill out the application.
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Positions available this year: