Future of Hope Student Nomination
“Seek the peace of the city where I have sent you into exile, and pray to the LORD on its behalf, for in its welfare you will find your welfare. For I know the plans that I have for you, plans for your well being and not for harm, to give you a Future and a Hope.”
Jeremiah 29:7; 11

Johnson University’s Future of Hope Institute provides high school students a unique opportunity to engage their city by inspiring them to think theologically about the challenges of living in a contemporary urban context. For nine months youth are exposed to proven community leaders, career exploration, Biblical reflection, cultural analysis, and community worship. The nine month program consists of a seven day summer institute followed by a seventh month community-based project. The summer institute will be held from July 6-13, 2019.

By completing this application , you are expressing an interest in joining the second cohort during the summer of 2019 and 2019-2020 school year. You will have an opportunity to grow alongside other high school students, mentors, and local leaders in a learning community while maturing in your faith.

Program Components
- Students will engage in and develop relationships with community leaders and Johnson University faculty.
- Students will participate in relevant conversations around faith, leadership, and current issues.
- Students will create meaningful bonds with peers across Knoxville and the surrounding community through social and team building activities.
- Students will design, implement, and present a community-based project that address real challenges in urban Knoxville.
- Students will receive support and guidance through mentors from their sending organization.
Program Incentives
- Students will have access to funds for their community-based project.
- Upon completion of the nine month program, students will receive a minimum of a one-time $2,000 scholarship to the college or university of their choice.
- A financial hardship compensation is available to cover lost wages during the seven day summer institute.
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