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CALS Global Fellows Program

Women in India participating in a focus group with Fulbright fellow

The CALS Global Fellows Program supports CALS undergraduate students from any major in pursuit of challenging, professionally focused summer internships and research placements that enhance and complement their career goals and academic progress, while enriching their undergraduate experience with diverse cultural and international immersion.

Through key partnerships, the Global Fellows Program provides a platform for students to make positive and definable contributions to global organizations and communities. Acceptance to the program is competitive and a limited number of students are selected each year.The program includes three parts:

  • ALS 2300: Pre-engagement course held during the second half of spring semester (8 weeks). Topics include making the most of your experiential learning opportunity, working in multi-cultural environments, preparing for a successful placement, health, safety and expectations abroad, and critical self-reflection. (1 credit, S/U)
  • Continuous summer internship/research placement for 7-8 weeks in an international setting.
  • ALS 2301: Post-engagement course providing students with the opportunity to synthesize learning abroad and present outcomes to the CALS community. (1 credit, S/U)

Additional Information

Academic Type

  • Internship