Applications for Carleton-funded fellowships are due March 28, 2023!
The Larson International Fellowship was established in 1986 by grants to Carleton from Robert ’56, John ’60, and David Larson ’63 in memory of their parents, Frances W. and Eugene Larson. Both Frances and Eugene had a deep interest in Carleton and were champions of international understanding and involvement. Awarded annually, Larson International Fellowships provide a significant international experience for students with strong leadership potential. You can learn about some recent Larson International Fellowship experiences here!
Up to $5,000 for each fellow chosen.
- First-year, sophomore, or junior students may apply.
- Students studying any discipline are eligible.
- All applicants must be in good academic standing.
- While prior foreign experience does not disqualify an applicant, special consideration is given to those who have not traveled abroad.
- The Larson International Fellowship is open only to US and Canadian citizens or permanent residents who may travel internationally.
- Fellowship awards will support activities in all countries of the world except the United States and Canada.
View examples of projects funded.
See the Application and Recommendations Process page for more information!
Please contact Marynel Ryan Van Zee, Director of Student Fellowships, Laird 131, x4300.
Larson Recipient Gaby Tietyen-Mlengana’s Carleton Instagram Takeover
Larson Fellowship recipient Gaby Tietyen-Mlengana spent her summer in Paris researching the multifaceted history of Drancy. This Instagram Takeover showcases her experience.