Warrior-Scholar Project Mobile Training Team Fellows
Warrior-Scholar Project fellows are student veteran alumni of WSP who are employed during the summer to help execute summer academic boot camp programming. Fellows are primarily responsible for teaching sessions on being a successful college student; leading discussion groups on readings; mentoring participants throughout the program; and coordinating with WSP staff, campus faculty, and campus administrative staff. Ultimately, fellows ensure that WSP programs are executed according to established standards and that students are supported throughout the program.
WSP fellows are assigned to teams that focus on one of the three types of academic boot camps curricula:
Please note that this position is open to alumni of a WSP academic boot camp only. This is a full-time, seasonal position. The general timeframe of the season is from May 15 to August 15 each year. Applications are currently open. If you have already served as a fellow, there is no need to apply again. Answer a few questions on this form, and someone will get back to you soon. If you are applying to be a fellow for the first time, click on this link and follow the prompts.
If you have any questions about becoming a WSP fellow, please email Michelle MacNevin, director of human resources and operations, at email@example.com.
WSP offers annual, full-time fellowship positions designed for alumni seeking civilian work experience after college. By working on exciting projects that contribute to WSP’s strategic goals, these fellowships provide WSP alumni with opportunities to enhance their own professional development. In addition to purpose-driven projects, fellowships also help build your resume with much-needed post-graduation work experience. Each fellowship offers unique work experiences that are supported and guided by members of WSP’s central staff. By joining the Warrior-Scholar Project team, fellows are mentored to exercise creativity, productivity, and collaboration in a dynamic, supportive environment.