2019 Fellowship Application
Personal Information
Please list personal information you are most comfortable with (ie: legal names are not required for this section of the application process.)
First Name *
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Last Name *
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Street Address (Current)
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City, State, Zip Code *
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Phone Number *
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Email *
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How did you hear about the Fellowship? (check all that apply)
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Date of Birth
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Fellowship Logistics
***As an organization that strives for equity, The Washington Bus empowers young leaders from underrepresented communities and aims to recruit a diverse class of Fellows. Any answers in this section will remain confidential and will not be used in individual selection decisions. The following questions are all optional. By letting us know how you identify, you help us assess our approach to outreach.


The Fellowship is a 20-hour a week time commitment, and runs from June 17th through August 22nd. Do you have any obligations that will conflict with your full participation in the Fellowship? *
If you answered Yes or Maybe to the question above please provide an explanation of your expected obligations during the summer.
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Which of the following activities have you participated in before? *
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Fellows are provided a monthly stipend of $500 for a total of $1,500.00 over the course of the program. Will you be applying for additional need based scholarships? *
Do you have access to a car that you could use for transportation during the Fellowship program? *
Education
***As an organization that strives for equity, The Washington Bus empowers young leaders from underrepresented communities and aims to recruit a diverse class of Fellows. Any answers in this section will remain confidential and will not be used in individual selection decisions. The following questions are all optional. By letting us know how you identify, you help us assess our approach to outreach.


High School *
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High School Graduation Year *
College or University
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College/University Graduation Year
Major/Area of Study
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Are you currently a student? *
What school do you currently attend?
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Work Experience
***Please include information about your past work history, internships and/or volunteer experience


Job History
Please list previous jobs held. For each position, list your position title, organization, duration of job, job duties
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Internship History
Please list previous internships held. For each position, list your internship title, organization, duration of internship, internship duties
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Volunteer History
Please list previous volunteer positions held. For each position, list your volunteer position title, organization, duration of volunteering, volunteer duties
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Reference #1 *
Please include Name, Occupation, Relationship, Phone Number and Email
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Reference #2 *
Please include Name, Occupation, Relationship, Phone Number and Email
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Self-Identification Questions
***As an organization that strives for equity, The Washington Bus empowers young leaders from underrepresented communities and aims to recruit a diverse class of Fellows. Any answers in this section will remain confidential and will not be used in individual selection decisions. The following questions are all optional. By letting us know how you identify, you help us assess our approach to outreach.


Race/Ethnicity (check all that apply)
Which of the following, if any, do you identify as? (check all that apply)
Short Essay Questions
***Please answer the following questions in 50-300 words.
What does community mean to you? Describe a community that you are a part of and what it means to be a part of that community. *
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What is the most pressing issue your community is facing? *
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How would you engage someone who feels disconnected from politics? *
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Define what equity means to you *
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Tell us about the last time you had a disagreement with someone. What was the situation, and how did you resolve this conflict? Is there anything you would do differently? *
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What makes higher education inaccessible? *
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Fun Facts
***Please answer the following in 50 words or less.


You have to make a playlist for a friend's party. What song HAS to make it on the list? *
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We know you're talented, but what is your most unexpected or hidden talent? *
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If you had to be shipwrecked on a deserted island, but all your human needs—such as food and water—were taken care of, what two items would you want to have with you?
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Anything else you'd like to tell us? *
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