Campus leaders & Chapters

Fellowship Program

89% of employers

agree that college graduates don’t leave college with the skills they need for successful careers in today’s economy. Our fellows receive access to educational programs that directly challenge this reality and are given the resources to also equip their peers with the skills necessary to become career-ready.

START A CHAPTER

Join a nation-wide community of students who are seizing the opportunity to gain, and teach, the skills that are critical to success in high-wage careers.

HELP MAKE CHANGE

The Ethos Fellowship is a professional learning opportunity that provides students the framework to:

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Learn, practice, and showcase career skills demanded most by prospective employers

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Develop and implement peer-to-peer seminars and workshops on financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and career skills
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Participate in a national dialogue on gaps in students preparedness for the transition from college to career
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Lead community development efforts while engaging thought leaders from the college and surrounding community

“The fellowship has given me a lot of real world experience and taught me about what to expect in the business setting after college.”

Megan Prenatt, University of Pittsburgh ‘19

What is a fellow?

Ethos fellows perform a critical role in national efforts to bridge the gap between college and career. Each fellow receives career-skill education and brings this education back to their campus as a leader of a local chapter. Responsibilities are completed on-campus during the semester.

Ethos is always looking for new fellows, are you:

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An undergraduate, full-time student passionate about helping your peers
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An engaged member of your community, excited to a lead student-run organization
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Able to commit 5-10 hours each week to Fellow responsibilities
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Interested in attending an annual Fellows retreat that provides exclusive training from our national network of subject matter experts
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Excited to join an organization that’s committed to the success and professional development of all its members

Fellows

Aleena Sarwana

Aleena Sarwana

University of Colorado Denver

Briana Corpuz

Briana Corpuz

St.Johns University

Caroline Lai

Caroline Lai

Duke University

Chris Kelly

Chris Kelly

William & Mary

Eder Vieco

Eder Vieco

Florida International University

Eric Nielsen

Eric Nielsen

George Mason University

Erin Jacobson

Erin Jacobson

University of Georgia

Gavin Stewart

Gavin Stewart

Virginia Tech

Heda Abdelhameid

Heda Abdelhameid

The University of Virginia

Jacob Collins

Jacob Collins

Tufts University

Jamari Cortez

Jamari Cortez

UNC Chapel Hill

Jenna Hadbavny

Jenna Hadbavny

Miami University (Ohio)

Kaiyell Pettie

Kaiyell Pettie

Baruch College

Karis Clement

Karis Clement

Temple University

Kaylah McFarland

Kaylah McFarland

James Madison University

Kobe Borden

Kobe Borden

Manhattan College

Kristy Sanchez

Kristy Sanchez

University of Florida

Lauren Byrne

Lauren Byrne

Dayton University

Martin Pierce

Martin Pierce

University of Colorado Boulder

Matthew Lischin

Matthew Lischin

University of Miami

Megan Prenatt

Megan Prenatt

Pitt University

Melissa Baney

Melissa Baney

American University

Nelson White

Nelson White

Hampton University

Nicole Brandt

Nicole Brandt

University of Nevada

Nicole Glasford

Nicole Glasford

University of South Florida

Nomith Murari

Nomith Murari

Arizona State University

Phoebe Clark

Phoebe Clark

SUNY Binghamton

Tanner Kubarek

Tanner Kubarek

Florida State University

Join or start a chapter

We’re always looking to bring the Ethos experience to new campuses. To learn more about our chapter-launch process contact our fellowship team.

Questions? Reach out to learn more about Ethos!