Rotary Lunch Program: Secrets to Paid Adventuring – Dr. Vicki Johnson

On Tuesday, February 20, our lunch program will be a presentation from Dr. Vicki Johnson, founder of ProFellow, on Secrets to Paid Adventuring: The World of Fellowships and Fully Funded Graduate Programs.

Dr. Vicki Johnson   Based on her own experience adventuring, studying, and working all over the world during her previous career in public health, Dr. Vicki Johnson is pleased to share her secrets to paid adventuring and career advancement.

In this presentation, she will share how her organization, ProFellow, helps people find and win unique funding awards for professional development, graduate study, research, and creative projects.

Come prepared to tell her what you want to achieve and she’ll show you how to find a fellowship for you!

Dr. Vicki Johnson is Founder and Director of ProFellow™, the world’s leading online resource for professional and academic fellowships, now listing more than 2,700 funding awards. She is a four-time fellow, public speaker, and an award-winning social entrepreneur. Dr. Johnson speaks at universities and conferences throughout the United States on application secrets to achieving competitive fellowships and funding opportunities. She is also the creator of the Fully Funded Course and Mentorship Program, an online course and group coaching program for graduate school applicants that has helped more than 300 people enter top PhD and Master’s programs and collectively win more than $30 million in graduate school funding. During her previous life, a 15-year career in public health policy, Dr. Johnson completed her MSc in Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and her PhD in Emergency Management at Massey University in New Zealand.

We’ll be in our usual room at the Riverhouse – Deschutes South.

Signup for lunch here.

This meeting will both in-person and virtual. We will record the presentation for others who aren’t able to attend at noon.

Join the Zoom Meeting here: RCGB Zoom Link

You can also call in to the meeting at (669) 900-9128 and enter meeting ID: 692 491 9146. If you’re asked, the passcode is 5110.