Honors Alumni Mentoring Program
Rememebr when you were an Honors student, excited about the world beyone college albeit a little nervous? Help ease the stresses of post-college life by becoming an mentor to a current Honors student. Students are interested in networking opportunities, job search advice, and just getting to know someone out there doing their thing.
Loungin' w/ Alumni Series
Here at Honors, we are proud of our alumni. You are always showing up, talking about your amazing experience working for the UN or starting your own dance company, and we want the current student to know! If you have been thinking about ways to give back- we would love to host you on campus for the day for our Loungin' w/ Alumni Series. We could have a casual lunch with a few Honorables, put together a panel, or create an evening program, all so that students can find out what it’s like out there- in the real world. Let us know if you have any ideas or want to participate! Reach out to Zach at email@example.com if you are interested.
Scholar Development and Fellowships Advising offers assistance to Temple students and recent alumni in all stages of the application process for competitive, merit-based national fellowships. We provide information on available programs, opportunities to reflect on and refine your academic and career trajectory, and guidance for completing a competitive application. Many fellowships remain open to alumni in the years following graduation, and offer excellent opportunities to extend your training and expand your skill set. For additional information, contact director Barbara Gorka at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-204-0708.
Take a look at news stories profiling our recent recipients.
Common national fellowships for recent alumni include the Fulbright US Student Program (check out the Temple Fulbright page as well) and the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program. You can find descriptions of other fellowships available to recent alumni on the Scholarships for Post-Undergraduate Opportunities page.
Applications are often a year or more in advance of the funded period, so plan ahead!