In partnership with the Franklin Project and the Aspen Institute, the William & Mary Community Engagement Fellowships give four impressive William & Mary graduates a public service experience to develop their active citizenship and work for community change. Fellows dedicate ten months of full-time work on campus and in the greater Williamsburg area, and each fellow receives a living stipend and university housing.
Each fellow addresses specific goals, driven by community members, partner organizations, and engagement efforts on campus. In addition, Fellows participate in a collaborative process of personal and professional development, focusing on areas of social justice, community, place, and career development.
Applications for 2017-18 Fellowships will be available in December 2016.