Applications are being accepted for the KCP Future Faculty Fellowship, a program funded by the State of Michigan. The purpose of the King-Chávez-Parks Future Faculty Fellowship Program is to increase the pool of academically and economically disadvantaged candidates pursuing faculty teaching careers in post-secondary education.
Funding may begin in summer or fall of 2022. Complete applications received by 4pm on February 24, 2022 will receive priority for consideration. Pending availability of funds, applications received through 4pm on April 12, 2022 will be considered on a rolling basis.
Applicants will complete the following steps:
- Review the eligibility criteria to ensure eligibility (see step 1)
- Gather the materials needed for an application (see step 2)
- Create an account on the MiLogin for Citizens portal (see step 3)
- Submit an application on the MiLogin portal (see step 4)
Changes for this cycle of competition are as follows:
- Michigan Tech is requiring use of a standardized budget template for the budget summary requested in the application.
- If proof of US Citizenship at the time of application, one of the following must be provided to the Graduate School prior to an award being made:
- US Passport, Birth Certificate, Consular Report of Birth Abroad of a Citizen of the US, Certification of Report of Birth, or Certificate of Citizenship issued by US Citizenship and Immigration Services.
KCP fellowships provide students up to $20,000 (MS students) or $35,000 (PhD students) to pursue their degrees. Funds may be used to support students, including faculty and staff, pursuing degrees at Michigan Tech. For Michigan Tech students, the Graduate School and nominating department must also contribute matching funds to help support the student.
Complete information about eligibility criteria and materials needed for an application is available on our web page. Please note that applications will be submitted through the MILogin Citizens Portal. Questions about eligibility or the application procedure can be directed to Dr. Debra Charlesworth.