Now Recruiting Campus Fellows for the 2020-2021 Academic Year

Be a leader for the UNA-USA Campus network by serving as a Campus Fellow for the 2020-2021 academic year! Campus Fellows serve as peer-to-peer liaisons for chapters in their region. We are looking for students with experience serving in leadership positions of UNA-USA campus chapters and other student organizations. The primary role of the Campus Fellows is to connect and provide support to new and existing campus chapters in their region.

Deadline Extended: Applications are due Sunday, April 19 at midnight.


  • Students must be returning for the 2020-2021 academic year, and graduating no earlier than May 2020.
  • The position requires a commitment of 5 hours/week.
  • Students may not be studying abroad during the Fellowship, or have other major commitments that might prevent their full participation in the Fellowship.
  • Applicants should have previously served in a UNA-USA campus chapter leadership position.


  • Fellows receive complimentary registration and travel accommodations for the UNA Leadership Summit and Global Engagement Summit.
  • Fellows participate in monthly professional development trainings to enhance their writing, presentation, communications, and interpersonal skills.
  • Fellows have the opportunity to make connections with the wider UNA network across the country.
  • Fellows have direct access to UNA-USA national staff and advise on programming.

The responsibilities of the Campus Fellows include:

  • Reaching out to UNA-USA chapters in their region to provide chapter support and guidance
  • Social media outreach and engagement with UNA accounts on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
  • Monthly blog posts featuring chapter spotlights, best practices, and issue-based articles
  • Monthly conference calls with Campus Fellows cohort
  • Monthly individual check-ins with UNA-USA National Office
  • Leading in-person trainings for campus chapter leaders
  • Expectations for Fellows include meeting set deadlines, participation in monthly calls, and adherence to the UNA-USA Code of Conduct. Failure to meet these expectations can lead to removal from the position, at the discretion of UNA-USA staff.