Looking for a few good fellows

Our friends at the Claremont Institute are again recruiting applicants to their Publius Fellowship program. Every summer since 1979, the institute has brought together a select group of young conservatives for the Publius program. Publius Fellows meet with the institute’s Senior Fellows and other distinguished visiting scholars to study American politics and political thought.
In intensive daily seminars and relaxed evening symposia, fellows discuss great American readings — from the Founding, the Civil War, the Progressive Era, and the enduring disputes today between liberalism and conservatism. Fellows also work with the editors and writers of the Claremont Review of Books to hone their skills in writing about politics.
Publius Fellowships are awarded primarily to college seniors, recent college graduates, and graduate students who are pursuing careers in academia, politics, or journalism. A stipend, travel expenses, and housing are included in the fellowship grant.
General information about the Publius program is available here; information regarding application to the program is available here. Applications are due March 11, and the dates of this year’s program are June 24-July 9 in Newport Beach, California. If applicants have any questions, they can always contact the institute at [email protected]


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