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National, Regional, and State Honors Councils

Each year, many FGCU students present research at national, regional, and state honors council conferences. Honors students should visit the sites of these organizations to find information about past and future conferences. If you have research that you would like to present, please contact Dr. Sean Kelly at skelly@fgcu.edu.

National Collegiate Honors Council

Southern Regional Honors Council

Florida Collegiate Honors Council

  

Interesting Internship Programs

The Washington Center

Research Experiences for Undergraduates

The Chimpanzee and Human Communication Institute

The CIA Internship Program

Internships in Biology (link from Columbia University)

American Mathematical Society's Link to Internships

US Department of Justice Internships and Programs

Science.gov Resources for Internships

United Nations Foundation

For business related internships, please contact Dr. Wells at lwells@fgcu.edu

For communication related internships, please contact Professor Moniz at smoniz@fgcu.edu

More to come!

 

Major Scholarships and Internship Opportunities

These scholarships are major opportunities. If you are interested in any of these, please contact Dr. Kelly at skelly@fgcu.edu as soon as you know that you are interested. It often takes a student several years of preparation to become competitive for these opportunities, so early planning is a must.

 

Florida Campus Compact Excellence in Service Award

Frank Newman Leadership Award for Students

Kelly Walsh (FGCU Recipient 2011)

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation (March)

DAAD (Varies)

Dolphin Cove Internship

FBI/INTERPOL (Spring Deadline)

Cady Walker (FGCU Recipient. 2009)

Ford Foundation Predoctoral Fellowships (November Deadline)

Fulbright Scholarship (September Deadline)

Gates Cambridge (October deadline)

The Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship Program (April and October)

Goldwater Scholarship (January)

Hertz Foundation (October)

INTERPOL Internship (International)

Javits Fellowship (October)

James Madison Memorial Fellowship (March)

Marshall Scholarship (October)

Mitchell (October)

Mossel Bay Marine Lab Internship

Mote Marine Lab

National Cancer Institute

Camila Avila (FGCU Recipient. 2010)

National Science Foundation (November)

National Security Education Program: David L. Boren Undergraduate Scholarships and Graduate Fellowships (January)

NIH

Thomas R. Pickering Foreign Affairs Fellowship Program (February)

Rhodes Scholarship (October)

The William E. Simon Fellowship for Noble Purpose (January)

Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans (November)

Truman Scholarship (February)

Udall Scholarship (March)

 

Study Abroad

For study abroad information at FGCU, please visit the Office of International Services and Study Abroad