Kellogg Board Fellows presents a significant opportunity for students to gain experience with board governance while contributing to the advancement of nonprofit partners. Unlike internships that focus on day-to- day operations in a nonprofit, this program exposes students to the dynamics of board governance in nonprofit organizations. Fellows serve as ex-officio board members for a nonprofit partner while completing courses in board governance at Kellogg. Each fellow also completes a strategic project designed to leverage their skills and advance the work of their nonprofit partner. Please note you must be a first-year student in the two-year MBA program to apply to the Kellogg Board Fellows program.
Fellows experience the program through three components: Academics, Board Service and Community. Each component has specific responsibilities.