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The UCLA Anderson Forecast Fellows Program
 

The UCLA Anderson Forecast Fellows Program was officially launched in January 2022 to award one-year fellowships to two undergraduate students currently enrolled at California State University, Dominguez Hills (CSUDH).

The program was designed to provide pathways to successful careers in economics and business for undergraduate students who come from underserved communities and are enrolled at selected California State University campuses across the City of Los Angeles.  Specifically, the program will provide financial support, mentorship, and participation opportunities to selected Fellows.

Over the course of the initial calendar year, CSUDH faculty and staff as well as Forecast economists will be serving as sponsors and be paired with each fellow to provide a supportive environment to ensure their success. The sponsors will work with the fellows on training, software, research progress, and other aspects of the program to maximize the overall experience. At the same time, the fellows will be invited and encouraged to attend selected MBA lectures in order to gain a better understanding of the overall graduate school experience.

At the conclusion of the calendar year, the fellows will have completed a research paper, which will be published by the Forecast and featured at a quarterly conference.

The UCLA Anderson Forecast extends its appreciation and a sincere thanks to Edison International for their generosity in bringing this initiative to fruition.

2022 Forecast Fellows
 
Christopher Hendrix
Undergraduate,
California State University, Dominguez Hills
Bernisha Williams
Undergraduate,
California State University, Dominguez Hills