How To Apply

The John Jay Fellows Program

The John Jay Fellows Program is multidisciplinary in scope and college graduates of all academic disciplines are welcome to apply. Applicants compete for 12-14 available seats each spring and fall term. Criteria for selection are based upon the applicant's Christian commitment, articulated calling to public life, leadership potential, scholastic aptitude, teachable disposition, and an interview. Candidates for the Fellowship should be well-rounded in general knowledge and experience, have completed a bachelors degree by the time of their enrollment, have maintained a cumulative 3.0 or better (on a 4.0 scale) grade point average, and have abilities in oral and written communication.

The Saratoga Fellows Program

Saratoga Fellows Program applicants must be active duty or reserve commissioned officers in the armed services. Criteria for selection are based upon demonstrated Christian commitment and leadership potential. Candidates for admission should be well-rounded in general knowledge and experience, have completed college, have maintained a 3.0 or better (on a 4.0 scale) grade point average, and have abilities in oral and written communication. Interested applicants for the Saratoga Fellows Program should contact the the Institue directly via email at: info@johnjayinstitute.org or telephone: (215) 987-3000, for application details.

Applicants will also be responsible to provide the following items which may accompany the application or be mailed separately:

Official College/University Transcripts

3 Letters of Reference

Four Essay Responses  (see application for essay prompts)

Writing Sample

Resume/CV

Before an applicant can be considered for admission, all of the materials must be postmarked by the application deadline for the desired term.

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