Matriculate trains undergraduate college students to guide high school juniors and seniors through their college application, enrollment, and transition process over the course of 18 months. Advising Fellows support high schoolers, join a campus and national network of peers, and gain leadership, organizational, and communications skills.

Who are Advising Fellows?

Matriculate is looking for undergraduates who are:

• Committed to and passionate about Matriculate’s mission and values
• Able to commit 5-6 hours a week during the school year
• Comfortable conducting self-directed, independent work
• Invested in supporting and building the Fellowship community
• Sensitive, supportive allies to under-represented communities
• Curious and eager to grow!

“As a first-generation student and immigrant, Matriculate gave me the confidence I needed to envision myself at a top university. My Advising Fellow, Pamela, was the best! During application season, we would text for long periods of time and she would help with my essays and it overall made the process a lot more smooth. I probably wouldn’t have done as well without her and this program.”

Cotati, CA
Here’s how it works:

Interested in becoming one of our Advising Fellows?

Benefits of Becoming an Advising Fellow:

Build your advising and communication skills through Matriculate’s extensive curriculum, resources, and training.

Form trusting relationships to support your high school students on their path to college.


Grow your social and professional network


Support a national, scaling nonprofit organization.

Interested in becoming one of our Advising Fellows?

Additional Leadership Opportunities

Are you an Advising Fellow looking to develop your leadership skills and get more involved with Matriculate? Learn more about our additional leadership opportunities.