Coming Soon 2015 Jennings Randolph International Fellowship Application!
Travel, Discover, Experience Another Culture
The Jennings Randolph International Fellowship Program supports participation at a public works conference of one of our international partners and a public works study tour in that country.
2015 Study locations: Mexico, Czech Republic and New Zealand
Fellowships granted for travel to our partner countries are limited to a maximum of $2,500 (USD) to assist with travel costs and other expenses that may be covered by the award.
If you have any questions, please contact Lillie Plowman at 1-800-848-2792, ext. 5253, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application deadline: November 15, 2014 midnight CST.
Click here to view the 2015 Jennings Randolph International Fellowship Brochure
The Jennings Randolph International Fellowship Program was established at the Eisenhower World Affairs Institute in May of 1987 and is administered by the American Public Works Association. The Fellowship supports participation at a public works conference of one of our international partners and a public works study tour in that country.
In making the program available to its members, APWA hopes to further its international principles:
To provide an opportunity for APWA members to broaden their knowledge and exchange experiences and information on trends and advances in public works, through contact with our international partners.
To promote friendship and understanding among public works staff on an international basis.
To provide a venue for the exchange of information between APWA and our international partnering countries. Currently, these countries are Australia, the Czech Republic, Mexico, New Zealand and the Slovak Republic
The Jennings Randolph International Fellowship Program has been in place since 1988.
Honoring the legacy of Dwight D. Eisenhower, The Eisenhower Institute is a distinguished center for leadership and public policy that prepares the successor generations to perfect the promise of the nation. A distinctive program of Gettysburg College with offices in the heart of the nation's capital and in the historic Gettysburg home once occupied by Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower, the Institute combines top-level dialogue among policy-makers with a premier learning experience for undergraduates.
The Eisenhower Institute prepares the successor generation for careers in public policy and seeks to assure that this rising generation is ready to assume its responsibilities as citizens and stewards of the public good. Established in honor of President Dwight D. Eisenhower, the Institute emphasizes education, research and leadership by awarding scholarships, internships and mentor opportunities on issues of critical long-term importance to the United States.
The Eisenhower Institute engages leaders and learners for the purpose of addressing critical issues in public policy and leadership development.
The Eisenhower Institute proudly sponsors several fellowships and residencies which are designed to advance the Institute's mission of engaging leaders and learners in the fields of public policy and leadership development and to carry on the legacy of President Dwight D. Eisenhower
Related Jennings Randolph International Fellowship Program Documents
Updated September 2014 List of Jennings Randolph International Fellows PDF
"Public Works is a powerful instrument for understanding and peace."
- Jennings Randolph (West Virginia Senator, 1932-1985), known as the "Dean of Public Works Legislators"