Moton Fellowship Program
June 7 – July 30, 2021

ALUMNI VIDEO

Yasmin Phillip, 2020 Digital Moton Fellow

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

  • The Moton Fellowship Program is an eight-week summer internship
    opportunity that offers one-on-one coaching and mentoring from leading
    experts in business, government, and nonprofit organizations.
  • In addition to leadership coaching, Fellows are exposed to a professional
    business environment where they perform a variety of office
    administration duties, in support of The Gloucester Institute mission.


PROFILE OF A MOTON FELLOW

  • The program recruits exceptional undergraduate students with a
    demonstrated commitment to academic excellence, evidence of effective leadership, involvement in extracurricular activities, and a record of impactful community service.
  • Qualified applicants must be current undergraduate students with a minimum 3.0 grade point average and must be rising sophomores, juniors, or seniors at a fully accredited college or university.


WHAT MOTON FELLOWS CAN EXPECT

  • Under the tutelage of our experts, the program is highlighted by coaching
    in a variety of business administration disciplines including strategic
    marketing and personal branding, effective networking, conflict
    management, strategy development, project management, and critical
    thinking & decision making.
  • At the program’s conclusion, Moton Fellows are awarded a generous
    stipend.

Application is now open and will close on March 1, 2021.

AFTER THE PROGRAM

  • Moton Fellows graduate the program with a foundation of skills, upon
    which they can build, to succeed in their chosen professional fields or to
    pursue studies at some of the nation’s top graduate school programs.
  • Graduates of our programs are employed at some of the nation’s most
    influential companies which include:

IMAGE GALLERY

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Moton Fellows policy project
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Moton Fellows Dr. Robert Moton archives research project