Colorado State University has collaborated with the Colorado Department of Agriculture to create two to three graduate fellowships that provide interdisciplinary training and mentorship in the area of produce safety.
Those interested can watch the presentation from the 2017-18 Produce Safety Fellows to learn more about what participants can expect to gain by participating in this program: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V99imzX0Nus The video is also located on coproducesafety.org.
Fellowship compensation covers 10 hours per week for two semesters, with partial tuition stipend and 20 hours per week for three months in the summer.
Application materials required: statement of interest, resume, college transcripts, CSU academic department affiliation and a list of three references. Email all application materials by attaching a single pdf document, with the subject line “Produce Safety Fellowship Application,” to Marisa Bunning (Marisa.Bunning@colostate.edu). Applications are due on or before May 10.
Requirements are listed in the fellowship announcement at https://col.st/lr4Bw. Admission or application to Colorado State University or Colorado School of Public Health students on the CSU campus is one of the requirements for the fellowship.