Cornell Fellows are placed in a wide variety of professional roles and industries across the United States. During the course of what is normally an eight-week experience, Fellows accomplish tangible and complex projects that allow them to contribute to their host organization as well as develop significant insight into a potential career path.

Setsen Altan-Ochir '15
Rogers Fellow in Environmental Studies
University of South Carolina; Columbia, South Carolina

Katherine Banks '15
Black Fellow in Political Communications
Center for American Progress; Washington, DC

Gerin Eaton '15
Chaffin International Fellow in Religious Studies
L'Abri Fellowship; Greatham, England

Kelsey King '15
Bahnick Fellow in Ecology, Evolution & Organismal Biology
Microbial Ecology Laboratory, Iowa State University; Ames, IA

Rose Reed-Maxfield '15
Albright Fellow in Youth Advocacy
Harriet Tubman Center; Minneapolis, Minnesota

Elijah Schumacher '15
Black Fellow in Conservation Biology
Azafady Conservation Program; Tolagnaro, Madagascar

James Thompson '15
Hanson Fellow in Accounting
Teacher Created Materials; Huntington Beach, California