William and Mary Community Engagement Fellowships

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. 

Learn about the impact of our Fellows on our office and in the local community: 

 Fall 2014 Fellowship Highlights
 Spring 2015 Fellowship Highlights
 Fall 2015 Fellowship Highlights
 Spring 2016 Fellowship Highlights

For more information about this year's Fellows, please visit our Staff page and find updates every Friday on the OCE Facebook page.