Students who wish to apply for the Kathy A. Agard or Joel J. Orosz fellowships with the Johnson Center must do so before April 9.
The Kathy A. Agard Fellowship in Community Philanthropy is designed to assist students, either graduate or undergraduate, in any major or program, who is interested in studying community philanthropy, including individual giving, community foundations, giving circles, nonprofit organizations, public foundations, and related topics.
The fellowship was started by colleagues and friends of Kathy Agard in recognition of her years of service, dedication, and the impact she made on the field of community philanthropy.
The Johnson Center for Philanthropy is also accepting applications for the Joel J. Orosz Fellowship in Philanthropy.
The Orosz Fellowship is designed to assist students, either undergraduate or graduate in any major or program, who are interested in studying the field of philanthropy as it relates to their specific academic discipline and areas of focus.
This fellowship was initiated by friends and colleagues of Joel Orosz in recognition of his years of service, his dedication, and his contributions in the field of philanthropy.
For more information on either the Agard or Orosz fellowships, visit the Johnson Center website and fill out an application.