Did you know that in 2014, four Hampshire students won Fulbright awards to spend nine months either teaching English or conducting research in Bulgaria, Mexico, South Korea, and Thailand?
The Fulbright U.S. Student Program is the largest U.S. exchange program offering opportunities for students and young professionals to undertake international graduate study, advanced research, university teaching, and primary and secondary school teaching worldwide. The program currently awards approximately 1,900 grants annually in all fields of study, and operates in more than 140 countries worldwide. Read more on the CORC website!
The application cycle for a 2016-17 grant begins this spring and culminates with deadlines in the fall of 2015. Come explore this amazing opportunity at the upcoming Information Session at CORC. Carin and Jena, Hampshire’s Fulbright Program Advisers, will review grant types as well as application requirements and timelines–and, of course, answer your individual questions.
DATE: Monday, March 2
WHERE: CORC Office, 3rd floor of the library
Alum 1-2-1: Rachel Friedman
CORC’s Alum 1-2-1 on Friday, September 19th features Rachel Freidman (F09) Education Associate for Theater for a New Audience in NYC! This is an Off-Broadway theatre company dedicated to the language and ideas of writers. Rachel has held previous positions with two other Broadway theatre companies: Manhattan Theatre Club and Roundabout Theatre Co. She also writes and develops plays.
Rachel graduated from Hampshire in 2013 with a concentration in Theatre as a Tool for Education. Her faculty affiliations are Natalie Sowell, Laura Wenk, and Ellie Duncan. She moved straight to NYC after graduating and dove into the world of New York City theatre.
Sign up for an individual 30 minute meeting with Rachel to talk about theatre after Hampshire! Even if theater’s not your thing, she’d love to talk to you about living in New York City.
To make an appointment go to: corchampshire.checkappointments.com.
Where: CORC, Harold Johnson Library, 3rd Floor
When: Friday, September 19th
If there are no appointment times available, call or email Liz to be added to the waitlist: firstname.lastname@example.org, 413.559.5445, or stop by the CORC office.