1) Lead a team of two other fellowship advisors, ensuring quality fellowship advising and targeted support for students.
2) Manage the administration of external funding programs such as the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, the Ford Foundation Fellowship, and others.
3) Serve as a fellowship advisor and take individual appointments with students from all academic divisions and professional schools. This work will involve helping students become acquainted with and utilize University resources and helping students to identify and apply for scholarship and fellowship funding sources that will support academic and professional growth. Additionally, this work involves close reading of fellowship application materials to provide general, award-based feedback for students applying for certain fellowships.
4) Work with leaders in the academic divisions and other stakeholders to generate increased interest in and preparation for fellowship competitions.
5) Coordinate and organize content for information session events and writing workshops including inviting speakers, delivering presentations, conducting outreach to ensure high levels of attendance at events.
6) Expand team expertise on graduate research fellowships and engage in ad hoc research projects, such as comparing UChicago fellowship statistics with those at our peer institutions.
7) Collect detailed data on annual fellowship and funding awardees for a variety of stakeholders and audiences. Preserving and updating awardee data for future outreach.
8) Other duties as assigned, which may include supporting grant-writing efforts, assisting with conference planning, implementing programming around writing etc.
1) Communicate effectively and with influence
2) Foster partnership and collaboration
3) Teamwork and management of team performance
4) Project management
1) Must be able to work independently and take initiative in fulfilling responsibilities
1) Advanced degree
1) At least three years of experience working in higher education or nonprofits.
2) Excellent written, editorial, and communication skills 3) Strong computer skills and fluency in all Microsoft Office applications 4) Familiarity with the range of competitive fellowship opportunities 5) Demonstrated success in writing proposals for funding
1) Cover letter
NOTE: When applying, all required documents MUST be uploaded under the Resume/CV section of the application.
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