The Paideia Institute's Rome Fellowship allows Paideia alumni to continue their studies of the classical humanities for a year in Rome upon graduation. Fellows receive round-trip airfare to Rome, training in Italian, and a stipend. While in Rome, fellows teach in Paideia's high school programs, help the Institute develop courses and projects, and produce content for Paideia's online publications. Fellows are selected on the basis of academic merit, interpersonal skills, and potential as a future teacher of Classics.
Paideia's 2018-2019 Rome Fellows
Congratulations to Brendan McGlone, Samantha Morris, Luby Kiriakidi, Allison Sugino, Emma Wynne, and Visala Alagappan for having been selected as Paideia's Rome fellows for 2018-2019. Brendan graduated from Wesleyan University with a degree in Classics, Medieval Studies, and the College of Letters, and is an alum of Living Latin in Rome and Living Latin in Paris. Samantha graduated from Tulane University in 2018 with a BA in Latin, and she is an alum of Living Latin in Rome. Luby graduated from Cornell University with a degree in Classics, and she is an alum of Living Latin in Rome, Living Greek in Greece, the internship program, and Living Latin in Paris. Allison graduated from Vassar College with a BA in Greek and Roman Studies, and is an alum of Living Latin in Rome. Emma graduated from Christendom College with a BA in Classical and Early Christian Studies, and is an alum of Living Greek in Greece.
Prerequisites and Application Information
The Paideia Rome Fellowship Program is open only to alumni of Paideia programs who are recent graduates from a university, age 25 years or younger. Alumni interested in becoming a Paideia fellow should read the Fellowship Application Procedure sheet for information about how to apply. Once you have prepared your materials, please click on the button below to access the online application form and submit your materials. All references and transcripts should be sent to email@example.com. Applications are due on January 31, 2019.
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