Dr. Joseph Graham Fellowship for College Pro-Life Leaders Recommendation Form
Evaluation for Dr. Joseph Graham Fellowship
In 2008, Texas Right to Life established the Dr. Joseph Graham Fellowship for College Pro-Life Leaders to prepare the next generation to advance the Culture of Life. Recipients of the Fellowship will devote 50 hours each semester to organizing and implementing legal, peaceful, and educational projects or events on their campuses throughout the year to raise awareness about Life issues such as abortion, stem cell research, human cloning, and euthanasia. If a Pro-Life organization is not yet established on a campus, the Fellow will develop a student-led group. Fellowship recipients will attend a week of Pro-Life leadership training during their first summer, and a second week of training the next summer. Recipients should have prior leadership experience and be willing to further develop leadership skills.
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Evaluation of Leadership Skills
Please share your opinion of this applicant with us. For each of the attributes listed below, use the scale to compare this applicant to other undergraduates with whom you have worked. Most young adults have not yet fully developed each leadership skill; please accurately evaluate each skill in order for us to assist the student to emphasize current skills and develop new skills at our summer training. *
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Self-discipline
Organizational skills
Responsibility
Emotional maturity
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Please share your opinion of this applicant with us. For each of the attributes listed below, use the scale to compare this applicant to other undergraduates with whom you have worked. Most young adults have not yet fully developed each leadership skill; please accurately evaluate each skill in order for us to assist the student to emphasize current skills and develop new skills at our summer training. *
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Ability to set goals and an action plan
Ability to follow through
Ability to remain flexible and change goals as needed
Determination to achieve goals
Please elaborate on your experiences regarding your above evaluation of the candidate.
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Please share your opinion of this applicant with us. For each of the attributes listed below, use the scale to compare this applicant to other undergraduates with whom you have worked. Most young adults have not yet fully developed each leadership skill; please accurately evaluate each skill in order for us to assist the student to emphasize current skills and develop new skills at our summer training. *
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Interpersonal skills / interaction style
Ability to work independently
Ability to work with a team
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Please indicate your evaluation of this applicant’s potential for the Dr. Joseph Graham Fellowship for Pro-Life Leaders: *
What do you feel is the student's biggest weakness in terms of leadership ability?
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Why do you think this student is or is not a good candidate for the Dr. Joseph Graham Fellowship? Please formally elaborate on your knowledge of this candidate's ability to perform well in the Pro-Life movement. *
In 2008, Texas Right to Life established the Dr. Joseph Graham Fellowship for College Pro-Life Leaders to prepare the next generation to advance the Culture of Life. Recipients of the Fellowship will devote 50 hours each semester to organizing and implementing legal, peaceful, and educational projects or events on their campuses throughout the year to raise awareness about Life issues such as abortion, stem cell research, human cloning, and euthanasia. If a Pro-Life organization is not yet established on a campus, the Fellow will develop a student-led group. Fellowship recipients will attend a week of Pro-Life leadership training during their first summer, and a second week of training the next summer. Recipients should have prior leadership experience and be willing to further develop leadership skills.
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