Student Success and a Pathway to Employability Post-Graduation Can Also Include a Fellowship, Scholarship or Research and Travel Grant Experience.
Each year, New College of Florida students are awarded some of the most prestigious national and international fellowships for graduate study, language study, teaching and research abroad, and other pursuits. Preparing for these opportunities requires work well in advance of submission deadlines. It takes time to find fellowships that best match your interests, experience, and academic and extracurricular life, and prepare the strongest application materials you can.
It also takes time to develop your qualifications to the fullest by the time you apply for national and international awards. NCF’s internal fellowships (along with internships and other opportunities) support research and other experiences that make you a stronger candidate for external awards, and applying for them also helps you learn how to write strong proposals. At NCF we believe that the student fellowship process important as a pathway for employability post-graduation.
Visit the pages recommended by on the CEOs website to learn general information and guidance to help you start thinking about fellowships. When you have ideas or questions, visit the Center for CAREER Engagement and Opportunity in LBR 154 or email email@example.com to schedule an appointment with our Assistant Director for Carer Networks. This area which includes Student Fellowships, Scholarships, along with Student Research and Travel Grants.
There are different types of fellowships, so this can be a hard question to answer! New College of Florida-funded fellowships offer funding to pursue independent research or another creative project, engage in experiential learning through an activity or internship, or explore something in-depth beyond the classroom.