About the CRC FIRe Initiative:
The CRC’s Fellowships, Internships, and Research Experiences (FIRe) advising initiative is a great place for students to begin learning more about engaged learning opportunities outside of the classroom. Interested in applying for a fellowship but don’t know where to start? Need help crafting a project proposal? Want to learn what it means to conduct academic research? Then you’ve come to the right place!
About this blog:
This blog will serve as a place to gain knowledge about fellowship, internship, and research opportunities curated by the FIRe Coordinator Victor Brambke. This blog will include some Brown specific opportunities as well as opportunities posted by other institutions.
About the Blogger:
Victor is a senior concentrating in Ethnic Studies and Modern Culture & Media from Newburgh, New York. Victor’s research focuses on the intersection between digital media technologies and the construction of identity in America. Victor is a Royce Fellow through the Swearer Center for Public Service and a Cogut Undergraduate Fellow through the Cogut Center for the Humanities. Victor has also participated in the Moore Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and is an associate with the Institute for the Recruitment of Teachers.
Stop by to chat about research opportunities, fellowships, internships, and the process of applying for graduate school. No matter what your goals, interests, and dreams are, Brown has a number of resources that should be able to help you pursue them whether that is an internship in Washington D.C. or a research fellowship here in Providence.
You can find Victor in the Curricular Resource Center (Faunce 2nd Floor) on Mondays and Thursdays from 2-6 p.m.
Victor also hosts joint open-hours with Myacah Sampson, one of the CareerLAB’s Peer Career Advisers, every Thursday from 7-9 p.m. in the First-Gen College and Low-Income Student Center (Sciences Library 5th Floor)
About the Graphics:
Graphics for this blog have been created by Anna Stacy, the Digital Media and Archives Coordinator at the CRC