Started in 2017, the Marin Catholic Junior Fellowship Program is an opportunity offered to all students in the spring of their Junior year. The program challenges students to propose, design, and implement a self-directed learning experience over the summer between Junior and Senior year. Fellows spend a minimum of 40-50 hours on their respective projects, attending program workshops for support and working with program advisors to help guide them. In the fall, Junior Fellows present their project to the public and a panel of judges. Upon successful completion, Fellows are awarded a $400 stipend and recognition at a variety of events for their work.
Congratulations to Inez Gallant, Julia Morf, Jahnavi Muppirala, and Madison Waite who were chosen as the 2020 cohort. These student’s proposals were selected among the largest number of applicants in the history of the program. We wish them luck as they embark on their projects this summer.
To learn more about the individual projects, see below.