International Student Experiential Learning Fellowship
The International Student Experiential Learning Fellowship offers Bates College international students opportunities to deepen their learning and develop new skills through a series of curated community-engaged learning experiences. As part of a small cohort of students, Fellows learn about global challenges such as poverty, food justice, immigration, and positive youth development through locally-focused experiential learning that includes small-group trainings, skill development workshops, community-engaged volunteering, discussion circles, and reflective writing. Fellows are paid a stipend for full participation in the program. Applications are considered at the beginning of each academic year for this highly selective program.
For more information, contact Ellen Alcorn at the Harward Center.