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.
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.
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
For more information on Fort Worth Fellows, please contact Rosangela Boyd at email@example.com