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Westminster College National Fellowships and Scholarships  

A variety of organizations offer prestigious scholarships and fellowships, with both domestic and international opportunities. These are summer positions and enrichments while you are enrolled at Westminster, as well as post-graduation internships, trainings, and jobs. They are not ways to pay for your undergraduate tuition, although some pay for graduate tuition.


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For help finding the right match for your interests, as well as help with the application process, please contact Natasha Saje:

Natasha Saje (Fulbrights, Fellowships, and Scholarships)
Foster 405
1840 South 1300 East 
Salt Lake City, Utah 84105

Phone: 801 - 832 - 2376    
Fax: 801 - 832 - 3102




Leesa McDill in Fukuroi

Leesa McDill ('16)

Japan Exchange and Teaching Program

I'm pictured in Hamamatsu but I'll be living in Fukuroi teaching first and second year high school students English. Fukuroi is a small city in the southwestern prefecture of Shizuoka in Japan. I'm enjoying the ofuro baths, the delicious food, and the bike ride to school.

Cassidy Jones headshot

Cassidy Jones ('11)

BA English
Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship--Turkey, 2011-2012

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.