This section provides information on opportunities such as internships, study abroad, and college-funded summer opportunities for research.
Experiential learning is at the core of the Praxis program. Students considering independent projects such as the Watson or Fulbright should consider a Praxis Independent Study course.
Part of the Career and Civic Engagement Center, Career Planning offers a range of resources to help students identify and focus on interests and career paths.
Writing Center tutors are trained to help with personal statements for graduate school and fellowships. To help them help you, provide them with a description of the fellowship you're applying for and of what they're expecting of the personal statement.
Other Colleges and Universities
Some institutions of higher learning have additional resources available for students who are interested in fellowship and scholarship opportunities. Note that some of these sites may include information on opportunities specific to their students or alumnae/i.
- Searchable Database of Fellowships: Colombia University
- Fellowship Database: Cornell University Graduate School
- The Rhodes and Marshall Scholarships: Information from Reed College
- Application Guidance: Willamette University