Post-Grad Fellow Positions in Fries Center and Writing Center

The Fries Center and the Writing Center are excited to announce four one-year Fellow positions for graduating seniors or recent alums. The details of these positions vary; here we will highlight the two most relevant to “Wesleyan and the World.” See here for more information about the other Writing Center positions.

NEW: Global Language and Outreach Fellow in the Fries Center for Global Studies

Are you passionate about understanding other cultures and learning languages? Would you love to foster this same passion in students through creative programming? Do you believe that languages are one of the keys to intercultural understanding?

Such traits are crucial for the success of Wesleyan’s Fries Center for Global Studies (FCGS), a unit committed to collaborating with all members of our community to advance the knowledge, language and intercultural skills, self-awareness, and empathy needed for responsible participation in our increasingly interdependent world.

Reporting to the Director of Language Resources and Technology, the Global Language and Outreach Fellow is responsible for developing, implementing, and managing high-impact initiatives that support campus internationalization through the lenses of language learning and multilingualism; and for promoting engagement with these initiatives through the FCGS’s social media and other channels.

The position works closely with colleagues in the Fries Center for Global Studies and collaborates with Wesleyan language faculty and Wesleyan student groups to further build culture- and language-based communities of practice across campus.

This full-time position starts as early as June 1 or soon thereafter, and runs for 12 months. The application portal is now open:  The application deadline is April 1, 2022.

NEW: Shapiro Multilingual Writing Fellow in the Writing Center

The Shapiro Center for Writing is looking for an enthusiastic, multilingual, graduating senior to be the first Shapiro Multilingual Writing Fellow! The Multilingual Writing Fellowship is awarded to a graduating senior at Wesleyan. The position begins June 1st of 2022 and ends June 30th of 2023. The fellow will assist in creating academic, community, and online resources about linguistics, language diversity, and multilingualism, and bolstering the global scope of the Shapiro Center for Writing. They will complete a multitude of tasks, including online material creation, event planning, teaching, public relations, supervising undergraduate workers, and project management which will prepare the fellow for a variety of professional or academic pursuits. For more information see: