Horseshoe Farm offers an intensive paid one-year (13-month) community-based gap year service and leadership development fellowship. It is geared to top recent college graduates from around the nation interested in community health and education, non-profit and organizational management, social entrepreneurship, and community service leadership.
The competitive fellowship is a unique opportunity for high levels of responsibility and mentored hands on learning in a rapidly growing community based non-profit organization. Its aim is preparing citizen service leaders needed for tomorrow's communities.
Apply on the Project Horseshoe Farm website.
The application deadline is February, for the fellowship class that will begin in June of the same year. After an initial review process of each application, qualified applicants will be contacted to schedule an initial interview with members of our selection committee. After these interviews, a final group of applicants will be invited to schedule a 30-minute interview with John Dorsey, MD. The selection committee will then discuss each application and notify each applicant (typically by mid to late March) whether they will be offered a position in the fellowship class. If you are offered a position in the fellowship class, to be fair to other applicants, you will have two days to decide whether to commit to the position.