These Fellowships will invest in people who:
Are driven by a strong inner voice, and yet actively invested in their outer world.
Are committed to advancing humanity from the inside-out.
Have an inspiring (or emerging) vision for the audience they wish to serve, and the future they wish to advance them toward.
Show evidence of engaging in a healthy pursuit of excellence in some meaningful arena of life.
See personal growth as a lifelong quest, not a one-time investment.
Are open to self-examination, self-regulation and self-improvement.
Recognize that they will only be able to grow if they actively invest in practice & application, and in being part of a community of likeminded learners.
For college students
12-14 month program. 1 week ‘full time’ cohort launch, 6 additional weeks of summer intensive (meeting 2-3 hours/week), followed by (4-5 hours/week of individual and collective engagement during Fall and Spring semesters). Program concludes with a 2-week Summer Capstone hosted at Oxford University.
Learning, changemaking and service with full funding from Foundation
Opportunity to build and become part of a lifelong fellowship of kindred changemakers
Active, committed changemakers with an impressive early trajectory
Feel the need to grow themselves from the inside-out to fully design, grow and sustain their mission
Recognize the need to grow the people they work with, and the audience their serve, from the inside-out
12-month, part-time program, with full funding from Foundation
Mid/senior executives across all professions.
Typically sponsored by their institutions or self-sponsored.
Bring with them a change initiative they wish to drive – within their institution, profession or industry
6-month, part-time program
Through our scientific and technological genius we’ve made of this world a neighborhood. And now through our moral and ethical commitment we must make of it a brotherhood. We must all learn to live together as brothers—or we will all perish together as fools. This is the great issue facing us today. No individual can live alone; no nation can live alone. We are tied together.”