IOP Spring 2019 Resident Fellows Application
Many extraordinary individuals have contributed to our Fellows program, and we are honored that you are considering applying. We are confident that our program offers an unparalleled opportunity to join Harvard’s esteemed community, connect and engage with some of the brightest and most inspiring young people in the country, and form relationships with other leading political practitioners who serve as fellow Fellows. Our Fellows are selected through a competitive application process that emphasizes genuine passion for mentoring students, an innovative concept for a study group to be conducted over the course of one semester, and commitment to being fully present on Harvard’s campus for roughly ten weeks.
SPRING 2019 APPLICATION DUE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16 AT 11:59 PM EST.
How did you learn about the IOP Residential Fellowship Program?
Please list any degrees or certificates that you have earned.
Please briefly summarize your professional accomplishments.
Please include your most recent title, and other relevant career experiences. Responses ranging in length from 1-2 bullet points to 1 paragraph are acceptable.
Please share briefly why you are interested in being an IOP Resident Fellow.
100 words max.
Are you able to commit to the Spring 2019 Fellowship term, running from late January 2019 through late April 2019?
Please list any responsibilities or commitments that you would like to pursue in addition to a potential Fellowship.
Previous Fellows have written books, continued engagements with TV news channels, travelled periodically back to D.C. for professional commitments, or other small responsibilities that did not interfere with the substance of the Fellowship.
Please upload your study group proposal.
See the study group template on the IOP website for directions. We strongly encourage all applicants to submit study group proposals that match this template. If you have any questions about uploading your proposal, please email IOP Fellows and Study Groups Coordinator Abbie James at
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