Fort Worth Fellows

Build your legacy, network with community/city leaders, and join a select group of first and second year students dedicated to social change.

To better prepare students for their roles as ethical leaders and responsible citizens in a global community, the Fort Worth Fellows program seeks to provide students with an introduction to community engagement and public service.

Overview:

Fort Worth Fellows is a unique, cohort based program in which students learn about the social issues impacting Fort Worth, examine strategies to promote social justice,  connect with non-profit organizations, community  and city leaders, and contribute to social change through advocacy and service.

Core Expectations:

Attend our mini retreat date TBA

Attend and actively participate in weekly cohort meetings

Meet monthly with Fellows advisers to individualize future involvement and discuss progress

Complete a minimum of 10 hours of service per semester individually or with interest group formed in class

Participate in 2 service events a semester with entire Fellows cohort

Attend at least 2 civic engagement opportunities of your choosing per semester (can be events on campus, documentary screenings, city events, meetings, etc.)

Complete 1 reflection per semester

Remain in good academic & disciplinary standing

Speaking of which the dates for this semester are:

Information Sessions are in BLUU 2003:

October 10 – 5 pm
October 11- 1 pm
October 17 – 4 pm
October 21 – 12 pm
October 23 – 3 pm

Applications Now Open — Click Here


For more information on Fort Worth Fellows, please contact Rosangela Boyd at r.boyd@tcu.edu