Opportunity at Pace 2020
From a storytelling fellowship to a travel fund for academic conferences to a social impact leadership development program, 2020 is shaping up to be a year of opportunity! Bring your A-game and apply now.
- >> Storytelling Fellowship for Equity and Inclusion
- >> Undergraduate Research Program
- >> Millennium Fellowship
- >> Gilman Scholarship
- >> Track Leaders for Summer Scholars
- >> Fulbright US Student Program
- >> Academic Conference Travel Fund
- >> Student Government Association Fellowship Program
Pace Storytelling Fellowship for Equity and Inclusion (Dyson)
Deadline: Wednesday, February 19
Specifically designed for Dyson sophmores or juniors, this fellowship will provide career advice and opportunities to writers with unique and diverse voices. Each fellow will receive monthly workshops, seminars, and event invites; a full-time, paid summer internship with benefits and transportation; and access to an in-house mentorship network. Fill out the Pace Storytelling Fellowship for Equity and Inclusion application (PDF) and email it to Lucia Burns. She is also available to answer any questions you might have!
Undergraduate Student-Faculty Research Program
Interest Meetings: Friday, February 21 (PLV), and Thursday, February 27 (NYC)
Pace’s Undergraduate Student-Faculty Research Program boasts a long and storied history of funding the unique studies of students and their mentors. If you’re interested in conducting research with a faculty member during Summer 2020 or during the 2020-2021 academic year, attend an upcoming information session!
Deadline: Saturday, February 29 (priority), or Thursday, April 30
This fellowship is a semester-long leadership development program where, if selected, you will meet six times on campus to discuss projects and “attend” four webinars hosted by the Millennium Campus Network, joined by the United Nations Academic Impact. Interested? Email Sue Maxam, EdD, for more information about the Millennium Fellowship.
Deadline: Tuesday, March 3 (Summer 2020 and Fall 2020), or Tuesday, October 6 (Spring 2021)
The Gilman Scholarship Program aims to support undergraduate students to study and intern in a diverse array of countries and world regions. Award recipients can use the award to defray eligible study or intern abroad costs, including program tuition, room and board, books, local transportation, insurance, international airfare, passport, and visa fees. Read more about the Gilman Scholarship to apply!
Track Leaders for Summer Scholars
Deadline: Friday, March 27
Summer Scholars is a two-week pre-college program for rising high school juniors and seniors. Track Leaders serve as their guide to Pace including living on campus and leading students through the program as well as off-campus excursions. They will supervise, ensure their safety, help organize activities, and assist professors upon request. Please apply to be a Track Leader on OrgSync.
Fulbright US Student Program
Deadline: October 2020
The Fulbright US Student Program provides grants for individually designed study/research projects or for English Teaching Assistant Programs. Grant benefits include round-trip transportation to the host country; funding to cover room, board, and incidental costs; and accident and sickness health benefits. Read more about the Fulbright US Student Program for more information!
Academic Conference Travel Fund
Interested in presenting research with a faculty member? This fund has helped dozens of undergraduate students travel to conferences located everywhere from California, Texas, Canada, and even Germany! It’s an excellent way to receive recognition for your work on a larger stage. For more information about the Academic Conference Travel Fund and to receive an application, email Alec Koehler.
Student Government Association Fellowship Program (NYC)
The fellowship program is a unique opportunity for students to shadow an SGA-elected representative and gain first-hand knowledge of the processes and commitment that goes into each senate and executive board role. Fellows will be asked to attend general meetings regularly and to provide assistance to their assigned SGA representative. Read more about the SGA Fellowship Program to apply!
For more scholarship opportunities, check out the Division for Student Success website.
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