2020 Trinity Master’s Fellows Program of Marquette University U.S.A
Deadline: January 15, 2020.
The Trinity Fellows Program of Marquette University was created in keeping with an ideal central to the university’s mission – the promotion of justice and faith through service – to develop urban leaders with a commitment to social and economic justice.
The program is intended for individuals who are committed to excellence, demonstrate leadership potential, care about the well-being of others, are passionate about issues of social and economic justice, and who wish to acquire experience in the urban nonprofit sector while studying for two years toward a Master’s degree
- To qualify, applicants must meet the admission requirements of the Marquette University Graduate School or Graduate School of Management program of choice. See apply page for details.
- Applicants please note: it is important that you review the Graduate Bulletin in order to obtain more information about the graduate school, admission requirements, and course offerings for your program of choice.
- The Trinity Fellows deadline of January 15 supercedes the application deadline set by your Marquette University graduate program of choice.
- For Corporate Communication, Economics, and Business Administration, see Graduate School of Management Bulletin
- For all other fields of study, see the Graduate Bulletin
- More information: contact the graduate student advisor for your program of interest
Commitment to Service & Leadership:
- Completion of the Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, Jesuit Volunteer Corps, Lutheran Volunteer Corps, Teach for America, or other comparable full-time service commitment is also required OR
- 2+ years of full-time employment with a nonprofit organization
- Applicants may apply while still active in full-time service or work, as long as the service commitment is completed by the time the fellowship term begins.
Up to 12 fellowships will be awarded for the upcoming term. Each fellowship includes:
- Full-tuition scholarship
- Monthly stipend to purchase books, health insurance, and support living expenses
- Funds for professional development
- A cohort of 12 passionate, motivated Fellows
- Access to many additional benefits and perks throughout Milwaukee