The France-Merrick Civic Fellowship is seeking talented applicants for the France-Merrick Civic Fellows program. This fellowship will engage a diverse cohort of six full-time Homewood undergraduate students (juniors and seniors) to lead efforts in creating a culture of Baltimore-based service and engagement for Hopkins undergraduates. This experiential program will allow fellows to gain an understanding of civic- and community-based systemic issues and opportunities.
During the yearlong fellowship, students will:
- commit to full participation in community service and cohort activities throughout the academic year.
- receive a $3,500 stipend for living expenses and transportation or project needs during the fellowship.
- engage with campus and community mentors for personal and professional development.
- foster an understanding and commitment to social issues, root causes, and systemic challenges.
- create and implement a community and civic engagement plan for the fellowship year, and their future commitment to the communities they call home.
- commit to at least 10 hours of engagement weekly, including service, reflection, and professional development.
Learn more on the Center for Social Concern website.
An information session will be held at 4 p.m. on Feb. 28 at the Center for Social Concern.