VBSR is collecting interest in working with University of Vermont SI-MBA students and alumni, which will be shared with these emerging leaders through a partnership with the University of Vermont Grossman School of Business.
About the Post-Graduate Fellowship
The University of Vermont SI-MBA program is an intensive one-year MBA program, including a capstone consulting project. The ideal start time for post-graduate fellowships is late summer/early fall after student graduation in August.
These short-term opportunities will bring graduate-level talent and support to your business objectives while providing opportunities for SI-MBA graduates to apply their comprehensive MBA education, learn new skills, and gain relevant work experience. Post-graduate fellowships are paid experiential learning/work opportunities.
Interested in hosting a SI-MBA graduate as a Post-Graduate Fellow? Let us know!
SI-MBA Post-Graduate Fellowships are paid opportunities starting as early as August with recently graduated SI-MBA students.
- Time: Hours per week are flexible. A minimum of 20 hours per week is recommended.
- Length: Duration is flexible. A minimum of 3 months is recommended.
- Opportunities: Along with work responsibilities, students should be provided opportunities for internal networking, learning (e.g., industry-related information, public speaking, etc.), and other opportunities to build their resumes.
- Compensation: The fellowship is a paid experiential learning/work opportunity. The rate is at the discretion of the organization. Given the education level of the graduate, a minimum of $30 per hour is recommended.
Application Process & Timeline
- January-February: VBSR members submit their projects for consideration.
- March-May: Students apply for the fellowship via the organization‘s application process.
- June: Students learn of acceptance by the first week of June.
- June-August: Students complete SI-MBA program and graduate.
- Mid-August: Post-Graduate Fellowship begins with new SI-MBA graduates (start date is determined by the student/organization).