The James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation is offering $24,000 to Individuals Desiring to Become Outstanding Teachers

The Frederick Douglass- James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation is a privately funded, $24,000 graduate fellowship offered to a person of color who is a United States citizen and who is a secondary level teacher or prospective teacher of American history, American government, or civics to earn a master’s degree studying the Constitution.

This fellowship aims to encourage people of color to become outstanding teachers and emulate Frederick Douglass himself as a constitutional scholar. With this new education, they will be able to take this knowledge into the classroom. The awardee of this fellowship will be required to follow all of the rules and regulations of a traditional James Madison Fellowship.

Visit the Frederick Douglass-James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation online to apply!

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