Interested in pursuing a nationally competitive fellowship? Outlined below are the steps to get you started!
Step 1. Read the Value of Applying
Step 2. With your longterm goals in mind, review the lists of nationally competitive fellowships (fellowships requiring institutional endorsement, direct-apply undergraduate fellowships, and direct-apply graduate fellowships) and familiarize yourself with those that are of most interest to you.
Step 3. Complete the Student Fellowship and Research Student Information Form, a document that will help the office guide you towards a fellowship that is compatible with your missions and goals during or after Bowdoin.
Step 4. Arrange to meet with Director of Student Fellowships and Research Cindy Stocks. Contact Emily Briley (207-725-3809 or email@example.com) to set up a meeting time with Cindy. Please bring a hard copy of your completed Student Fellowship and Research Student Information Form to your meeting or preferably email it to Emily (firstname.lastname@example.org) prior to your meeting.
Step 5. During your meeting with Cindy, you will discuss in greater depth the information you have provided on the First Meeting Form, and decide on your next actions steps and an appropriate timeline.
Cindy will also review the many ways in which the Office of student Fellowships and Research can
support your application process, which include the following: