Cornell Fellows is the college's premier opportunity for high-level internships and professional mentoring. Approximately 20-25 students participate in fellowships globally each year. Cornell Fellows are engaged in hands-on projects throughout the full-time (35-40 hours per week) eight-week fellowship, complete at least one academic credit, and receive financial support to offset costs associated with housing, transportation, food, and supplies. Cornell Fellows are highly visible in campus communications and must complete several additional requirements outside of the fellowship.

Cornell Fellows engage in a range of experiences that connect classroom theories with real-life. a Cornell Fellowship is a distinctive and highly regarded aspect of a Cornell College education.

There are two ways to apply to become a Fellow: you may apply to an existing fellowship site through a competitive process or you may propose your own fellowship. 

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