Are you thinking about a career in higher education?
The Division of Student Affairs is excited to offer a fellowship opportunity for students from underrepresented groups who are interested in a future career in student affairs.
This paid fellowship will allow you to learn more about the field, provide you with an introduction to the graduate program in Higher Education Administration, and connect you with current leaders within the Division, all while earning credits toward your undergraduate degree. Fellowship participants will be compensated with an hourly rate for 12 hours per week.
Interested undergraduate students will apply in the spring of their junior year.
The fellowship begins in the fall of their senior year and continues through graduation.
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About The Program
The Division of Student Affairs Fellowship is a pathways program designed to provide a guided internship, mentorship, and networking opportunities for undergraduates from historically underrepresented and marginalized groups interested in pursuing a career in higher education and student affairs.
This fellowship will allow you to learn more about the field, provide you with an introduction to the graduate program in Higher Education Administration, and connect you with current leaders within Student Affairs, all while earning credits toward your undergraduate degree. This program is open to undergraduate students to apply in their junior year. Applications are due by April 1, selected candidates will be offered an interview with decisions made by mid to late April. The program is intended to begin for the selected fellows in the fall of their senior year.
This program offers many opportunities as you consider a career in higher education and student affairs including:
- Earning 6 credits in your senior year
- Receiving financial compensation for internship hours
- Taking a Higher Education Administration (HEA) graduate level course
- Developing awareness of professional opportunities in the field of higher education & student affairs
- Gaining skills that will aid in success in graduate school and beyond
- Enrolling in the Higher Education Administration (HEA) master's program
- Building experience to be a competitive candidate for entry-level positions in Student Affairs
Are you interested in more details? Click below to find out the benefits of our fellowship!
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