Summer Fellowship Opportunity: Koobi Fora Field School

Since 2012, the George Washington University has partnered with the National Museums of Kenya to offer students on-the-ground experience in paleoanthropology at the Koobi Fora Field School (KFFS). Located on the eastern shore of Lake Turkana, Kenya, KFFS is the world’s premier field research and training program in paleoanthropology.

Students who want to be considered for the fellowship program must be U.S. citizens. Students must have all of their applications materials completed by the time of the selection dates (see home page for selection dates for each year).  In order for a student’s application to be considered they must have all applications materials completed (letter of recommendation, statement, transcript, and application materials- as outlined in the Passport application system) completed by the time of the selection dates.

Students who wish to be considered for the fellowship program must have completed applications via George Washington University’s Passport site by December 17th 2021. For more information please see this link to apply to the program.