5pm, Fireside Lounge, ARCH Building
Fellowships 201 is our “next level” Fellowships session, open to all, but we prefer if you have already attended one of our Fellowships 101 sessions or watched the presentation online. (Fellowships 101 sessions cover the basics of postgraduate fellowships -- what they are and how you can apply for them, and the timeline and requirements for application to each)
In our Fellowship 201 sessions, CURF staff will answer your questions about major post-baccalaureate international fellowships (Rhodes, Marshall, Mitchell, Gates, Churchill, Thouron, Fulbright) and get into the details of what makes a strong candidate, how to think about presenting your accomplishments, what you need to do to prepare, and discussion of the next several months, working with your fellowship advisor, and some preliminary tools for thinking about your personal statements, short answers, and lists of activities / resume.
You’ll have time to ask specific questions about YOUR situation.
We will also discuss specific programs that will help you attain your personal and professional goals.
We hope students will attend both Fellowships 101 and 201 before scheduling an individual fellowships consultation with Dr. Wallace Genser at CURF.