Current Open Applications Below Are:
1. GSS Scholars Program *only for George Mason students*
2. GSS Fellows Program
Apply to Scholars Program
Registration exclusively open for George Mason students (January 7, 2019 - February 14, 2019). You must register with CU Boulder Open Waters system. To register and apply click the button below.
Applicants must be currently enrolled at George Mason University, in good standing academically and working toward their first undergraduate degree in sustainability sciences or a closely related field.
Students must be in their second year of study (sophomore) and be able to demonstrate an interest in global sustainability solutions.
Students applying through the U.S. office at CU Boulder must be U.S. citizens and have the proper legal documentation to travel abroad (passport).
For more information, visit the Scholars Program FAQ page.
Apply to Fellows Program
APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED: January 14, 2019 – February 28, 2019
Fellows must have completed a bachelor’s degree within the past three years and be able to demonstrate their interest in working on global sustainability solutions.
Fellows may be currently enrolled in graduate school, however their focus of study must be closely aligned to the field of sustainability.
Applicants applying through the U.S. office at CU Boulder must be U.S. citizens and have the proper legal documentation to travel abroad (passport).
For more information, visit the Fellows Program FAQ page.
"Growing up in Kenya and studying in the United States has exposed me to a range of view points and beliefs. These experiences have led me to believe that it's at the confluence of differing perspectives where the most powerful solutions lie."
–Viraj Sikand, Co-Founder of Kulisha
Support our students! All donations directly support Global Sustainability Scholars and Fellows. Successful global sustainability solutions are inclusive, involving a diversity of stakeholders and incorporating multiple values. Our program does just that, brings in the voices and perspectives across borders and cultures, trains them in doing trans-disciplinary research and builds their international professional network.