Teagle Humanities Fellowship

Apply for the Teagle Humanities Fellowship

Deadline May 3

  • Who: High school seniors and college freshmen who participated in one of our 10 consortium programs (Ashbrook, Boston U, Columbia, Dickinson, George Fox, Newberry, Rochester, Ursinus, Wash. U, Yale)
  • What: Fellows will receive $1,000 to participate virtually in the reading and writing fellowship. Each fellow will receive two books to read during the summer and will be paired with an academic mentor to discuss the texts and write a final essay. Excerpts of essays will be published online through a major educational outlet.
  • When: June 1 - August 20
    • Fellows can set weekly meeting times with their mentors that fit their schedule.
  • Why: This fellowship may be for you if...
    • You're looking for a way to clarify your thoughts and make sense of everything happening in the world around you.
    • You want an opportunity to practice and develop your skills reading and writing at a college level.
    • You want to become an intellectual leader and don't know where to start.
    • You miss the intense academic environment and intellectual debates of your program's summer.
  • How:  Fill out an application by inputting your personal information and uploading an essay of 300-500 words that answers the following prompt:
    • Tell us about a text you read that has helped form your character and explain how it did so.

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Questions? Contact Dr. Zachary Roberts at [email protected]