The Admissions Process
Do you want to get a real edge on your competition in landing that coveted job or internship? Well now you can — by immersing yourself in the real-world skills and professional know-how you need to separate yourself from the rest of the pack. Admission to the Fullbridge Programs is limited and highly selective, so we recommend that you apply now!
All applications are carefully reviewed by our admissions team. After you submit the online portion of your application, we’ll ask you to take a video interview. Further details about the interview will be sent once you submit your application.
We recommend that you treat this interview as you would a job interview. Be prepared to answer questions about why Fullbridge is the right fit for you, how your personal and professional experiences make you a good candidate for the program, and what your short- and long-term goals are.
Requirements for Participation
Participants are required to bring their own computers and headphones for use during the program. Microsoft Office must be installed. There are no additional materials required to participate in the Fullbridge Program.
We’re here to offer you support and guidance throughout the application process. Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Admission to The Fullbridge Program is limited and highly selective. Apply early for the best chance of acceptance.
January 2015 Programs
- Round I Fall Deadline: November 4
- FINAL Fall Deadline: December 3
Summer 2015 Programs
- Round I Spring Deadline: February 19
- Round II Spring Deadline: April 1
- FINAL Spring Deadline: May 5
Applications must be submitted by midnight on the day of each round deadline. Applications submitted after the round deadline will be reviewed with the next application round. We review applications submitted within each round independently.
Housing at Fullbridge
Like a real-world job or typical internship, Fullbridge does not provide housing. Students who have attended Fullbridge programs in the past often stay with family or friends who live nearby. In addition to online housing sites and apartment brokers, other resources students have used are Educational Housing Services (NYC) and Northeastern Intern Housing (Boston). Since the Fullbridge Program is held in prime locations in the city, travel is very manageable from anywhere within the city. For more questions about housing, including recommended solutions, please contact email@example.com.
Fullbridge Programs range in price from $2,400 to $5,500. Please check our programs page for current offerings.
Fullbridge offers a very limited number of partial scholarships via partner organizations (including colleges and universities, scholarship organizations, foundations and individuals) who have determined need-based eligibility. These scholarships are typically below $1,000 per student.
Applicants must apply for a scholarship directly from the application portal after submitting their application to a given program—and before holding an admissions interview. Scholarship applicants are required to provide basic household income information in order to be considered for an award.
Students who need funding should also consider looking to their schools for support. Career Services and Alumni Offices, or student clubs often have funds available to help make The Fullbridge Program a viable option. Other students consider personal or private loans. Additionally, many community foundations have funds to assist with college success and work-place readiness for which Fullbridge participation would qualify.
For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org