University Innovation Fellows are student leaders trained to expand innovation and entrepreneurship offerings on their campuses.The program is part of a national movement to ensure today’s students have the necessary attitudes, skills and knowledge required for them to compete in the economy of the future. See website for more information: http://epicenter.stanford.edu/page/university-innovation-fellows
Are you eligible?
Must be a Morgan State University undergraduate student, sophomore or junior
Must be in good standing with the University (not on academic probation; GPA of 2.75 or higher preferred)
How to apply?
Complete this form (https://forms.gle/9QkLv9uP359EF8CQ9) by Friday, February 14th, 2020.
Submit a letter of recommendation from a faculty member (email it to Dr. Monica Sharif at email@example.com by February 14th, 2020)
If you are selected to represent Morgan, you will need to attend 2-3 preparation meetings and complete an application (short answers and videos) by Friday, February 28th, 2020.
What does the program entail?
Six weeks of training (about 4-6 hours a week) starting in late Summer/Fall 2019
Once the training is successfully completed, you will be pinned in a pinning ceremony
You will attend a 3-4 day meeting in Silicon Valley with all the other Fellows (Stanford, Google, etc.) in the Spring of 2021
Then you work to effect change at Morgan
What is in it for you?
Get world class training (online at Google, Stanford, Microsoft)
Become a student leader
Make a difference in your campus community
Friday, February 14 at 5:00pm
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