We are committed to helping QuestBridge Scholars succeed in college and beyond by offering a number of leadership opportunities throughout the year.
The Chapter President role will make a lasting impact in the QuestBridge Scholars Network (QSN) during the '21 -'22 academic year. Presidents will work alongside their Executive Boards to set and execute a vision for each chapter and serve as the main connections between chapters and the national QuestBridge office.
The '21 - '22 QSN Chapter President Application is now available. Read more about the leadership opportunity and application process on our QSN Chapter President page. Contact your QSN Chapter Executive Board to ask specific questions about campus leadership.
QuestBridge is excited to offer the QSN Internship Grant to fund a select number of students participating in unpaid internships in the non-profit or public service sector. The grant will only be available for the summer of 2021, as this opportunity will replace the QuestBridge Internship Program, which is set to resume in 2022.
The QSN Internship Grant Application is now closed. Read more about the eligibility criteria, terms and conditions, and application process on our QSN Internship Grant page.
QuestBridge Scholars currently enrolled at one of our college partners are invited to apply to be QuestBridge Ambassadors for the summer of 2021. Representing QuestBridge and their campus, Ambassadors will share their experiences about applying and attending college as a QuestBridge Scholar. This is a great opportunity to inspire high school students at our virtual National College Admissions Conferences (NCAC) and during other pivotal moments of their college application journey this summer.
The Ambassador Application is now closed. Read more about the role and application process on our QuestBridge Ambassador page.
If you are motivated to conduct a virtual presentation at a high school, you can visit this Presentation Checklist for resources. We appreciate your excitement to share your QuestBridge story and support high school students in college success.