Something you can do throughout college to be competitive for fellowships is to be involved in the academic, leadership, and reflective opportunities available to you.
Seattle University Education Abroad OfficeYour place to get started when looking at Study Abroad opportunities at Seattle UniversityIIE Institute of International Education: Passport Study Abroad FundingHuge database of study abroad funding opportunitiesCIEE: Council of International Educational Exchange ScholarshipsLists a few scholarship opportunities for CIEE study abroad programsInternational Development Internship Program (IDIP) Seattle U's very own 17-credit program that explores the causes and consequences of situations that undermine the well-being of individuals in the developing world. Placements are available in Asia, Africa, and Latin America
Consult your faculty, college, etc.
Learning Assistance ProgramsProvides individual consultations with learning specialists, tutoring, learning strategy workshops, and group study opportunities
Writing CenterDedicated to engaging students in becoming the most effective writers they can be and helps students at any stage in the writing process
Math LabDrop-in service provided by the Mathematics Department for all students in lower-division mathematics courses
Leadership Development Dedicated to helping students develop as leaders through a variety of programs
Center for Service and Community EngagementBe a leader for service and justice in the Center for Service and Community Engagement and the Seattle University Youth Initiative. Recruiting for exciting, challenging, and fun leadership positions
Office of Multicultural AffairsStudent leadership in OMA is a critical component of its ability to create programs and services that meet the needs of the Seattle University community
Mission & Ministry Prepares and forms students to embody faith and justice through their lives by providing opportunities for spiritual growth, discernment, prayer, and community engagement
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This is by no means an extensive list of the opportunities available for you to prepare for these types of fellowships. Please continue to research opportunities on your own and consult your faculty, mentors, and other campus and community resources to discover more ways that can prepare you for these types of fellowships.
Center for Service and Community Engagement Environmental PartnersEarth, Air, Water: Environmental Service Immersion TripEnvironmentally-Oriented Student Clubs*Look under Academic/Departmental Honor Societies, Community Service, and Special-Interest & Miscellaneous
Environmental Internship, Employment, and Educational Opportunities
Seattle University Integrity BoardHelps students develop their ability to discuss citizenship, values, ethics, and integrity and how they relate to Seattle University policies
Center for Service and Community Engagement Community Partners
Center for Service and Community Engagement Advocacy Skills TrainingTeaches skills on how to perform a contextual analysis, how to develop a message, a campaign plan, a power map, coalition building, working with the media, lobbying, etc.
Learning Communities: Hurtado Learning Community & Millie Bown Russell Leadership Learning Community
Publicy Policy Student Clubs*Check under "Political/Social Interest"
Center for Service and Community Engagement Immigration and Ethnic/Cultural Issues PartnersLearning Communities: Xavier Global HouseInternationally-Oriented Student Clubs *Look under Academic/Departmental Honor Societies, Community Service, and Political/Social Interest
International Development Internship Program
Department of International Studies Opportunities
Science & Engineering Student Clubs*Check under "Academic/Departmental Honor Societies" and "Special Interests & Miscellaneous"
College of Science & Engineering Clubs
College of Science & Engineering Project Center
Center for Service and Community Engagement Community PartnersMentoring and Tutoring OpportunitiesChildren's Literacy Project