The idea behind the Fulbridge online resource is to create a more interconnected community among applicants for and recipients of Fulbright U.S. Student Program awards. Through this resource English teaching assistants, researchers and arts practitioners from across the globe can connect through travel, teaching and cultural exchange, and applicants seeking similar experiences can learn from Fulbright recipients in the course of their Fulbright year.

Fulbridge provides Fulbright applicants with essential information about what Fulbright life is like on the ground, enabling them to write more informed applications and better prepare for their grant year.

Through the Fulbridge map, applicants can view up-to-date information on placement locations, community engagement, and teaching experiences.

The Fulbridge blog spotlights Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship recipients and research/arts grant recipients, providing insight into what a Fulbright year is like in different countries.

Through the Fulbridge lesson catalog, applicants can sharpen their applications by glimpsing what ETAs teach in the classroom.

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