Fellows will apply through our application portal by submitting:
- A Candidate Statement, of no more than two pages, that includes:
- Academic or professional background
- Any specific experience or involvement with scientific collaboration or community-building
- Reasons for interest in the Community Engagement Fellows Program
- Two examples of community-building projects they've been involved with
- A CV or resume of no more than 2 pages
- An up-to-date job description or a description of current role and responsibilities
- Supervisor’s Support Statement that addresses the supervisor’s support of the candidate attending three in-person trainings in Washington, DC, monthly webinars, and 15% of their time on fellowship related activity (trainings and webinars included)
- Names and contact details of referees (one may be the current supervisor)
Upon being "long-listed" for the fellowship, applicants will be required to:
- Attend an online interview; and
- Submit a Supervisor Questionnaire that clarifies their organization's community goals during the fellowship year.
Online interviews with long-listed applicants will take place in Fall 2018.