AS PART OF the Strategic Plan and its emphasis on the importance of mentoring, the Wake Forest Fellows Program was created to provide recent graduates a chance to work in higher administration in a year-long position as full-time staff members of the University. Established by the President’s Office in 2008, the program provides challenging work opportunities in a variety of offices across campus.
In addition to a year-long assignment in a particular department of the university, each Fellow has opportunities to interact with key administrators and faculty; to learn about various administrative areas of the university; and to participate in a series of leadership lunches and enrichment activities with leaders in the Wake Forest and larger Winston-Salem community.
“My advice is simple: work hard, hone your skills, learn about yourself, and about people different than yourself. Remain flexible, keep learning, seek out mentors, and be vigilant for opportunities.” President Nathan O. Hatch
Interested in becoming a Wake Forest Fellow? Join us for an Information Session on Wednesday, November 20, from 5-6 p.m. in Pugh Auditorium in Benson. Meet the 2019 Fellows, gain insight into the application process, and learn about the impact you could have on the future of Wake Forest University. Students of all undergraduate grades, majors, and programs are invited to attend. Dinner will be provided.
This form was available to students who attended the Career Fair to connect potential applicants interested in the Wake Forest Fellows program with further communication. Couldn’t make it? Complete this form to receive personalized outreach from a Fellow and to be added to the Fellows email list to be alerted about upcoming events and deadlines. Even if you’re not sure yet whether you’ll apply, the 2019 Fellows are excited to connect with you and to help answer your questions.