Every semester, the Global Perspectives Office offers a limited number of opportunities for students who seek to enhance their ability to conduct research, facilitate public events and thrive in a professional office environment. There are two types of opportunities: Internships and Fellowships.
Internships are offered during the Fall, Spring and Summer C semesters. Students from other Central Florida colleges are welcome to apply. Students are able to seek credit for the internship. Selected interns can expect to work an average of 15 hours each week; 10-12 hours in the office and 3-5 hours outside the office. Please click on the link above to learn more about requirements and deadlines.
Fellowships are offered during the Fall and Spring semesters, with certain fellowships only being offered once a year. While most fellowships are offered exclusively to UCF students, some are also available to students from other Central Florida colleges, such as the Pritchard, Bok and Cousteau fellowships. Each fellowship provides a stipend. Fellowship students are responsible for all of the duties of interns, as well as additional research and writing assignments. There is no limit to the number of fellowships a student may apply for in one semester, though a student cannot receive more than one fellowship in the same semester. Students are not eligible to receive the same fellowship twice. Please click on the link above to learn more about the different fellowship requirements and deadlines.