Graduate Fellow Interview Day
Administrative Fellowship Information
As an administrative 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. Students are only able to accept one fellowship total. Fellowships on campus include, but are not limited to, SBS fellowships, Administrative fellowships, and CAS fellowships.
If you were awarded an SBS or CAS Fellowship, you would have to forgo your award in place of these Administrative Fellowships. SBS and CAS Fellowship placements follow their own processes and deadlines, separate from this process. If you have already been awarded an SBS or CAS fellowship and are not interested in applying for an administrative fellowship role, please follow the original instructions you received in your financial aid letter regarding your fellowship placement. Additionally, students enrolled in the Law School or PhD program are not eligible for administrative fellowships.
Application and Process
Interested Administrative Fellowship candidates will be able to submit their resume and general cover letter from April 1st to April 26th, as well as indicate which fellowship positions they are interested in interviewing for. Offices will review applicants’ resumes and cover letters to decide whom they’d like to meet for video-call interviews. Interviews will occur all day on Tuesday, May 5th, 2020. If you are selected for an interview, you will be notified by May 3.
The application deadline has passed. Candidates will be contacted if they are offered an interview for an Administrative Fellowship. Questions can be sent to Casey Mulcare.