Want to be an advocate for social justice? Want to live, learn, and work in Washington, D.C. this summer? 

If so, you should look into this fellowship at Georgetown Law that pays for the cost of housing and some day-to-day expenses while in D.C. In the spring, students participate in civic leadership training in preparation for a social justice teaching experience in Washington, D.C. Students work with faculty and graduate mentors to develop learner-centered, values-based curriculum materials on issues of social justice.

The summer fellowship (a Maymester course) is conducted at Georgetown Law in Washington, D.C. Students work with civic leaders, educators, PSU faculty, and faculty to empower high school youth through the art of advocacy. The fellowship is open to all PSU undergraduate students regardless of major.

 D.C. Social Justice Fellowship
onday, October 22
6:00 p.m.
224 Chambers Building

If you are interested, please fill out the survey if you are planning to attend the information session:https://goo.gl/hB2RpA

The program only takes 15 students and had a large application pool last year, so students are encouraged to attend the meeting next week to learn more and apply before seats fill up.

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