How to Become a Meiklejohn Fellow
The Meiklejohn Fellows Program offers first-year FLI students the opportunity to participate in an academic year-long program designed to help students develop an understanding of their unique career interests and how to explore them as an undergraduate through summer experiential learning opportunities, such as summer internships.
Additional Meiklejohn Fellows Career Resources
In addition to the first-year Meiklejohn Fellows programming, Meiklejohn Fellows are encouraged to take advantage of other Loeb Center resources to support their internship and job search efforts.
Accessing Your Meiklejohn Stipend
For Current Meiklejohn Fellows, please read how to access your Meiklejohn Fellows Program Stipend.
President Alexander Meiklejohn
Alexander Meiklejohn, who was from a long line of textile workers and immigrated to America as a young boy, was likely the first in his family to graduate from college. He was able to attend Brown University only after relatives collectively paid the tuition.
To be completely honest, I barely knew what an internship was before coming to Amherst. I spent my high school summers playing field hockey and making bracelets for my Etsy shop while binge-watching Netflix—and I have no regrets! But I …
Hello! My name is Emily Kang, and I am a Meiklejohn Fellows Peer Ambassador at the Loeb Center. I am also a senior majoring in Biochemistry & Biophysics on the pre-med track. The MJPA role is a new addition to …
This summer, I had the privilege of interning at Greenpeace USA as the Organizing Intern. Although my official start date was June 12th, the internship hunt began well before then.
In the fall of 2022, I met with a Peer …