Applications Are Being Accepted for:
The GLOUCESTER INSTITUTE’S MOTON FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM 2016
The Moton Fellows Program offers a select group of highly motivated undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to experience one-on-one coaching and mentoring from some of the leading experts and practitioners in business, pharm government and nonprofit organizations. The program recruits exceptional students to a fellowship designed to produce the next generation of world-class leaders.
Fellows are selected to work at the Gloucester Institute’s administrative office in downtown Richmond, viagra dosage Virginia. Projects and responsibilities are determined based on the Fellow’s career and educational interests.
During the course of the experience Fellows will perform a variety of administrative, ask marketing, public relations, strategic planning, program support and event planning duties within the office.
The program will include weekly seminars on subjects such as time management, critical thinking, decision making, and personal branding. Fellows are paid a $1,500 stipend over the course of the summer.
The Moton Fellowship requires a minimal eight-week commitment between May 29 – July 22. The program schedule is flexible and designed to meet individual student needs.
The program primarily operates in Richmond; however, occasional travel is required throughout Virginia and to Washington, DC.
Qualified applicants must be current undergraduate students or enrolled as degree candidates in a graduate or professional school. Candidates must have a demonstrated commitment to excellence in academics, proven leadership ability, involvement in extracurricular activities, and record of community service.
To apply for the Moton fellowship, complete the application form at WWW.GLOUCESTERINSTITUTE.ORG.
Application and all supporting material are due March 21 at noon.