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§1100.11 How does an individual apply for a fellowship?
An individual shall apply to the Director for a fellowship award in response to an application notice published by the Director in the Federal Register. The application must describe a plan for one or more of the activities stated in §1100.3 that the applicant proposes to conduct under the fellowship. The application must indicate which category of fellowship, as described in §1100.10, most accurately describes the applicant. Applicants must also submit for letters for recommendation and certain forms, assurances and certifications, including the certification required under 34 CFR 75.61. For applicants who propose to conduct the fellowship project on a part-time basis while undertaking other paid employment, one of the four required letters of recommendation must be from the applicant's employer, and must include a statement that the applicant's workload will not exceed 100 percent of time.
(Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under OMB Control Number 3430-0003, Expiration Date 6/30/2000)