John Jay Fellowship
Full Name:John Jay Fellowship
Course of Study:Religion, law, education, International affairs, Social Service, Journalism
Location:John Jay Institute
Application Deadline:Mar/11/'12 (Fall), Sep/30/'12 (Spring)
Campus Due Date:
Jan/31/'12 (Fall), Jul/27/'12 (Spring)
- Fellowship Program is designed to develop leaders for positions of public influence both in society and the church.
- College graduates with academic interests in theology, society, politics, and law are invited to apply.
- The program is especially suited for career aspirants in the fields of religion, law, public and international affairs, issue advocacy, social service, journalism, and education.
- Must be nominated by Franklin College
- Are invited from persons who sense a calling to and passion for leadership in society and the church.
- Must have completed an undergraduate degree by the time of their enrollment at the Institute.
- Should be well-rounded in general knowledge and experience.
- Should have maintained a cumulative 3.0 or better (on a 4.0 scale) grade point average.
- Should have abilities in oral and written communication.
- There is no tuition.
- The program offers a competitive stipend of $7,000 to defray living expenses.
- Furthermore, during the academic residency housing is provided at no charge and is conveniently accessible to the Institute.
- Campus Deadline: Please submit all required application materials to the campus representative by 5pm on January 31, 2012 for Fall 2011 term and by 5pm on July 27, 2012 for Spring 2012 term.
- Application deadline:
- March 12, 2011 for Fall 2011 term
- September 30, 2012 for Spring 2012 term
Persons interested in receiving applications materials may download an application by filling out our on-line application form.
- The following items may accompany the application or be mailed separately:
- Official College/University Transcripts
- 3 Letters of Reference
- Writing Sample
Franklin College Contact:
Dr. Hisaya Kitaoka
- Criteria for selection is based upon the applicant's Christian commitment, articulated calling to public life, demonstrable leadership potential, scholastic aptitude, teachable disposition, and an interview.
- Applicants compete for 12 available seats each spring and fall term.