November 1, New York, NY
The Furman Metropolitan Fellowship has selected juniors Quincy Mix and Rachel Simon for the 2018 Furman Metropolitan Fellowship
BRIDGING FURMAN AND NEW YORK CITY
The Furman Metropolitan Fellowship is a new, alumni led grant program established in 2015 to create a bridge between Furman University students and New York City internship connections and community.
The recipients of the fellowship will commit to interning in New York City for a full summer and are supported by alumni to promote their success.
The fellowship includes support in finding a summer internship, networking opportunities, mentorship, and financial assistance.
FMF aims to:
Provide Furman students with the connections, means and support needed to obtain internships in New York City.
Create new opportunities for alumni, parents and faculty to directly impact the professional success of Furman students.
Enhance the visibility and eminence of Furman University, its students, employees and alumni in New York City.
A look back: Selecting our 2017 Fellow
FMF board discusses the selection process and talks to Crystal about her hopes and expectations as she prepares for a summer in the Big Apple.