MOTON FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM
Meet the 2019 Moton Fellows
Frank Richardson is a senior, Finance major at Morehouse College where he is a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, as well as a member of the Morehouse Business Association. Frank was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and plans to pursue a career in Finance after graduation. Frank aspires to become a sports agent for professional athletes.
Jazmyn is a senior, Psychology major at Hampton University where she is a member of Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology. Jazmyn was born in Prince George's County, Maryland and plans to pursue a career in the K-12 educational field. Jazmyn aspires to become a superintendent of a school district.
The Gloucester Institute’s Moton Fellows Program offers highly competitive paid fellowship for talented minority undergraduate students to work in the Gloucester Institute's office located in Tysons Corner, Virginia. Fellows work on a wide range of projects. This fellowship experience enhances participants networking, communications, project management, and critical thinking skills. The student profile for whom the program is of most benefit, is characterized by academic excellence, demonstrated leadership, and a record of community service.
During the course of the experience, Fellows will perform a variety of administrative, 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.
PROGRAM DATES: June 1 - July 25, 2020
THE PROFILE OF A MOTON FELLOW: Qualified applicants must be a current undergraduate, enrolled as a degree candidate in a College, University or professional school. Candidates must have a demonstrated commitment to excellence in academics, proven leadership ability, involvement in extracurricular activities, and a record of community service.
Application Deadline is April 30, 2020