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Pace’s Fellowship program is a holistic semester-long program designed to foster student leaders as they pursue personal and professional growth. Not only will Fellows get hands-on leadership training, they will learn to balance their work, school, and personal lives and will build supportive relationships with their cohort of fellows.

What is Fellowship?

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interested in becoming a  Spring 2022 fellow?

FAQ

How do I know if I qualify for Work Study at VCU?


To be eligible for FWS, students must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and be degree-seeking, enrolled at least half-time, meet Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements, and have remaining need available. “Need” can only be determined by the FAFSA and is defined as the difference between the students COA (cost of attendance) and the students EFC (estimated family contribution). The EFC number is a direct output of the FAFSA and can only be obtained via the FAFSA. Priority will be given to students who submit their FAFSA by the priority deadline. To verify FWS, log in to eServices. Under the “financial aid” tab, select “financial aid status,” then select “financial aid history” to see the amount awarded. Any change to enrollment status must be reported to the Federal Work-Study office. Failure to do so may result in cancellation of the FWS award without notice. Contact the Federal Work-Study office with questions about eligibility or assistance with the verification process. Read the Federal Work-Study Student Handbook for details. https://sfs.vcu.edu/financial-aid/types-of-aid/federal-work-study/#:~:text=To%20be%20eligible%20for%20FWS,and%20have%20remaining%20need%20available.




What will the time commitment be?


Fellows will be required to devote about 5-6 hours to the program per week and are required to attend meetings on Monday afternoons at 3 pm. For more information, click on "About Fellowship Program" above.




I can't be a Fellow this semester, can I sign up next semester?


Yes, we will consider new Fellows each semester. Please email us if you are interested in becoming a Fellow during the Spring 2022 Semester. info@thepacecenter.com




When will applicants be chosen?


Applicants will be interviewed and chosen by August 13th. To apply, please click the link above.




I don't have time to be a Fellow, can I still be involved with Pace?


Yes! You are still welcome to attend any Pace event or join any Pace team. Please visit our home page during the semester for event information and fill out this form if you'd like to get involved. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdD8pV-jMp791fXRafKLg7vW92T7mJVWFCiFyt-9hplyW0O7w/viewform




Do I qualify to be a Pace Fellow?


Anyone who is a current VCU student, is able to attend Fellowship Meetings on Mondays from 3 pm - 5 pm, is able to devote 5-6 hours per week to the program, and who agrees with Pace's core values (listed below) is an eligible candidate for the program. Pace's core values: - That every individual has infinite value - That individuals live more fully when they are empowered to use their gifts to help their communities thrive - That all are created to live in deep relationships with one another, not in isolation




I don't qualify for Federal Work Study at VCU, can I still be a Fellow?


Yes! Pace is happy to be able to offer Federal Work Study hours to those who qualify, but it is not a necessity to join the Fellowship Program.