Are you interested in joining our Ethical Citizens Fellowship for the 2017-2018 year?

In addition to a robust, dynamic civic leadership experience that spans 40 weeks and includes sessions and activities about identity, justice, culture, ethics, and leadership, each of our fellows also receive:

  • A college scholarship of $1000.00 for the mentor of the winning House; $500.00 for each of the members of the winning house;
  • College scholarships ranging from $500.00 to $1000.00 for winning fellows, most improved fellows, and fellows who best embody the spirit and mission of UAT;
  • Free and unlimited access to college counseling and career coaching services through Mr. Meyer (former college advisor and graduate of Harvard University);
  • Access to full subsidization of Prepory College and Career Coaching Services ($3000.00 value);
  • 250 hours of community service;
  • Access to special lectures and live sessions hosted by nationally and globally renowned professors, media figures, and industry leaders;
  • Up to $500 in gift certificates, rewards, and vouchers to local stores and restaurants;
  • Collaboration, leadership, and team-building skills and experience.

In order to apply, candidates must feet the following criteria:

  • Attend Somerset Academy Charter High School or Somerset Arts Conservatory in Pembroke Pines, Florida;
  • Be a junior or senior;
  • Have a minimum 3.0 unweighted GPA;
  • Commit an average of five (5) hours per week to attending extracurricular live sessions, fellowship activities, special events, and community organizing projects;
  • Have a passion for becoming more politically aware and affecting positive social change in one's local community.

If you meet the above criteria and are interested in being considered for a place in the fellowship, please apply here: 

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