To suggest a current WashU sophomore for the Civic Scholars Program, please provide the following information. Please note that interested students may also self-suggest.

Student suggestions are not required to apply for the program. Student suggestions allow for interested and eligible students to engage with the Civic Scholars Program staff and students during the application process to learn more about the program. Student suggestions also assist the program staff in reaching out to potential applicants to answer questions, ensure applicants are aware of upcoming application milestones and deadlines, and more.

For questions about the Civic Scholars Program, please contact Alannah Glickman, at

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St. Louis Fellowship Program: Student Suggestions

Do you know a highly engaged student with a passion for civics? If they aren’t eligible for Civic Scholars, consider suggesting them for a St. Louis Fellowship!

We are always open to your suggestions for WashU students who would make a great addition to the St. Louis Fellowship Program. In this 6-month program, undergraduate students spend a summer immersing themselves in St.Louis by working full-time nonprofit or civic internships, attending a variety of community events, and engaging in an experiential curriculum to understand St. Louis’ history, culture, politics, challenges, and opportunities. 

Please use this form to suggest a student for a St. Louis Fellowship.

The application period for all Gephardt Institute cohort programs opens annually from late November to mid January. The next round of applications will be for the St. Louis Fellowship Program 2024 cohort and Civic Scholars Class of 2026.