National Urban League

Fellowship Description

The Fox Fellowship with the National Urban League provides an insight into the world of nonprofit management and is ideal for undergraduate students interested in a career in the not-for-profit sector, or in understanding the connection between nonprofits, corporations, and government in the work of our nation. The Fellowship is usually based in New York City or Washington DC. For summer 2022, the fellowships will be hybrid. Fellows will work in the office Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays and will work remotely Mondays and Fridays. The summer fellowship will run from the beginning of June through the end of July.  

The Fox Fellows will be assigned to one of NUL’s operating departments; attend and work on special assignments at the National Urban League Annual Conference that will be hosted in Washington DC in July; meet President Morial and work on The President’s Project - a special assignment from the President and CEO; have a virtual lunch with National Urban League’s “Women of Influence” and have a virtual lunch with National Urban League’s “Men of Influence.”

How To Apply

Interested Penn undergraduate students should fill out this Qualtrics form by March 15, 2024 with a resume and a cover letter specifying your interest in a fellowship with the National Urban League. In the cover letter, please describe how this fellowship will help you explore a particular career path and/or develop a specific skill.

Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Applicants should not contact the organizations directly. Please email Katie Steele at with any questions regarding the fellowships.