The Every Learner Everywhere Fellowship Program is a six-month-long, project-based fellowship that enables Fellows to work on interest and skill-aligned projects and develop meaningful professional relationships with a variety of Every Learner network partners.
The Fellows are working directly with one of four identified network partners on team projects that align to their major or professional interests. Fellows will also serve as co-designers of the program to shape their experience and the experience for future Fellows. At the end of the Fellowship, the Fellows will have the opportunity to present their learnings in a formal presentation to the network.
The goals of this program are to:
- Provide racially minoritized, poverty-affected, and first-generation students with the opportunity to expand their network and complete a meaningful digital learning project in a professional sector the students are interested in
- Learn more about students’ experience with courseware and digital learning
- Get clarity on key questions about the design of the Fellowship and co-design future iterations of the Fellows program with the help of this cohort of students
Integrated Health Sciences
With a passion for the healthcare field, Venus dreams of becoming a physician assistant and working in underserved communities as a bilingual primary care provider.
Mark is working with SXSWedu to meaningfully engage students and implement online hybrid conference models and is also a student mentee for the National Association of Hispanic Journalists working on a documentary centered around gentrification in Atlanta.
Kristina is excited to announce that she was accepted into the Applied Psychology PhD program at Portland State University, where she will be doing research to understand the science behind human development — an aspect of psychology that she has always found interesting.
Fellows in the News
The Every Learner network is excited to announce 2022’s spring cohort of Fellows!
Quincy Fendor, University of Iowa
Mika Odaira, University of Hawaii at Hilo
Bryan Osirus, University of Central Florida
Renee (Nea) Restivo, Northwestern Connecticut Community College
Aajahne Seeney, Delaware State University
Jennine Wilson, Indian River State College
Lillian (Lillie) Nguyen, University of Central Florida
Daniel Crisostomo, University of North Carolina
Zaire McMican, University of North Carolina
Jullien (Jules) Castillo, University of Hawaii – West Oahu