Welcome to Fellowships

We support students and alumni in pursuing global and domestic learning opportunities referred to as national fellowships. We help you identify opportunities aligned with your personal and professional goals, and we are committed to making the application process welcoming, transparent, and inclusive. We collaborate with the Resource Center, the Mellon Mays Program, and the McNair Program to improve access to fellowships for applicants from underrepresented groups. 

 

Seniors who applied for fellowships this fall share their experiences and advice with prospective applicants. From left to right: Maya Bernstein-Schalet '20, Inayah Bashir '20, Ivy Lam '20, Afrah Boateng '20.

Seniors who applied for fellowships this year share their experiences with prospective applicants. Left to right: Maya Bernstein-Schalet '20, Inayah Bashir '20, Ivy Lam '20, Afrah Boateng '20.

See Fellowships 101 for a general introduction to fellowships.

See Fellowships at a Glance for brief summaries of the fellowships we oversee.

See Application Process and Deadlines for guidance on how and when to apply.

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Fellowship News

Wesleyan in the News

Wesleyan in the News

In this recurring feature in The Wesleyan Connection, we highlight some of the latest news stories about Wesleyan and our alumni. Wesleyan in the News 1. CT Post: “Former Wesleyan Provost is First Woman President at Hobart and William Smith Colleges” Joyce Jacobsen, formerly Wesleyan’s provost and senior vice president for academic affairs and the…
Wesleyan in the News

Wesleyan in the News

In this recurring feature in The Wesleyan Connection, we highlight some of the latest news stories about Wesleyan and our alumni. Wesleyan in the News The Hill: “Analysis: 2020 Digital Spending Vastly Outpaces TV Ads” The Hill reports on a new analysis by the Wesleyan Media Project, which finds that 2020 presidential hopefuls have spent nearly…
Price’s Civic Engagement Work Supported by Newman Civic Fellowship

Price’s Civic Engagement Work Supported by Newman Civic Fellowship

For his efforts in demonstrating the potential for effective long-term civic engagement, Anthony Price ’20 was invited to participate in Campus Compact’s 2019 Newman Civic Fellowship. He will have access to exclusive virtual and in-person learning opportunities during the 2019–2020 academic year for the duration of the one-year fellowship term. The Newman Civic Fellowship recognizes and…
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