Apply for student fellowships through the Bill of Rights Institute

By October 12, 2021 News
In this post, you can find information about the Bill of Rights Institute‘s inaugural Student Fellowship. BRI describes the fellowship as a “year-round educational program that helps students develop their skills in building civil society.”

Program purpose and details

The Fellowship is open to high school juniors and seniors, ages 15 to 18. BRI will choose 10 students to participate in 2021-22. Programming begins in November and runs through June. What will the program entail? BRI notes:

“The fellowship includes a curriculum of learning and dialogue in the great ideas of leadership and citizenship and will provide opportunities for published writing and media exposure.”
The Fellowship will culminate in a weekend in Washington, DC (paid for by scholarship). Find the program flyer with FAQs here. Interested students should apply by October 28th. Questions? Contact Rachel Davison Humphries at
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Kristen Blair is the communications director for the North Carolina Coalition for Charter Schools.

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