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Application Deadline: March 1, 2019
The James Madison Graduate Fellowship Program is a federally-endowed fellowship program designed to strengthen instruction about the U.S. Constitution at the secondary school level. Graduating seniors without teaching experience who intend to pursue a career in teaching American history or political science can receive funding for two years of master's level graduate study of the framing and history of the Constitution. Fellows must agree to teach full-time in a secondary school for no less than one year for each full year of fellowship support. U.S. citizenship required.
For more details visit the James Madison Fellowship website.
Beth Fiori, Fellowship Coordinator
103 Barnes Hall