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The Fordham Student Sponsored Fellowship (“FSSF”) offers grants to students who work at unpaid public sector jobs. In order to qualify for a fellowship from the FSSF, a student must work at least 10 weeks or at least 400 hours at such a job. The FSSF’s most significant fundraising event is an Auction, held every spring. Employers may support the FSSF in its mission by (a) donating goods or services to be auctioned off; (b) serving as a Patron of the Auction; and/or (c) advertising in the Auction Catalogue:
  • Donors of goods or services to be auctioned off are listed in the Auction Catalogue; in the past, employers have donated such items as tickets to sporting events, theater tickets, nights on the town, and the like
  • Patrons of the Auction contribute directly to the FSSF and are listed in the Catalogue. There are several levels of patron support
  • Advertisements in the Auction Catalogue are available in a variety of sizes and price ranges.

Any employer interested in supporting the FSSF should visit its website, www.fssf.org, for additional information about the FSSF and the Auction, and/or to contact the FSSF.