2018 Franklin Fellowship Application
Want to become a more productive learner? A stronger speaker? A better friend?

Join us.

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 franklinfellowship@gmail.com or visit franklinfellowship.com

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Why do you want to join the Franklin Fellowship? Why would you be committed to this group? *
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The Franklin Fellowship focuses on the development of its members as individuals. What is one facet of yourself or your life that you hope to develop within the fellowship, and how would you go about doing so? How will you support others through their own self-improvement? *
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Tell us about a time you took a risk. Why did you take the risk and what did you learn from it? *
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What do you look for in a community? What do you think you would add to the Franklin Fellowship community? *
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