Westminster College National Fellowships and Scholarships
Welcome! On these pages you will find descriptions of and links to a variety of prestigious scholarships and fellowships available to Westminster students. There are links to pages with advice on how to produce a competitive application, how to find the right match for your interests and who to contact for more information. Whatever your future plans are, scholarships and fellowships are one way to achieve them.
Cassidy Jones ('11)
Cassidy worked with university students and faculty at Gaziantep University in southeastern Turkey for the 2011-2012 academic year. She taught English speaking skills to first-year university students from Turkey, Iraq, Syria, Iran, and Azerbaijan and worked with university doctors and medical faculty on skills for speaking at international conferences.
The Fulbright mission to enhance intercultural understanding through education improved Cassidy's communication and collaboration skills and drew her to education in a profound way. Cassidy has worked for the National Park Service since 2013, and she is currently a park ranger at Timpanogos Cave National Monument in American Fork, Utah. She will soon begin a Masters of Science degree in Parks, Recreation, and Tourism at the University of Utah specializing in natural resource management and youth education outreach.
She credits her Fulbright experience for honing her ability to view complex issues about natural, cultural, and historical resources from a variety of perspectives.
Other Fellowship Links
There are many types of fellowships available. You may search for scholarships and fellowships on this site by class year of application, field of study, international location, and defined populations. Web sites put up by the individual fellowship organizations have the most up to date information. Check out the other resources for more information and tips about applying for fellowships.