The Franklin Fellowship is a tight-knit community of Harvard College students excited about self-improvement.
As a Franklin Fellow, you will eat dinners with thought leaders and professors. We've hosted guests such as Bill George - HBS Professor and author of "True North," Mike Norton - HBS Professor, author of "Happy Money," and TED Talk speaker, and Ben Zander - conductor and speaker. The fellowship is an opportunity for you to form life-long friendships and a strong support network.
The time commitment is simple - one dinner per a week. We'll also host optional-social events, retreats and workshops for members.
In order to maintain a cohesive organization, we have four fellowships, each with twelve fellows and three leaders. This is a year-long program. Dues are $50 per semester and will go towards funding activities for fellows, such as the retreat. Financial aid is available if needed.
Applications are name-blind and due Friday, September 21, at 11:59 PM. You will be notified about your interview status by Monday, September 24, and interviews will run from September 26 to September 28.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit franklinfellowship.com