The Gephardt Institute fosters a vibrant culture of civic engagement throughout Washington University, realized by engaged citizens, scholarship, and partnerships that advance the collective good.  

These cohort programs support student learning, engagement, and leadership in civic life. Your recommendation is an important component of the application and selection process.

Please note: This form is to be completed by the recommender, and not the applicant.

Resources For Your Recommendation

To learn more about the specific program your student has applied for, please visit any of the following links for our St. Louis Fellowship Program – Arts as Civic Engagement, Dr. John C. Morris Fellows (formerly Beuerlein Fellows), and Goldman Fellows – and the Civic Scholars Program.

Learn more about the application process.

Learn more about the Gephardt Institute’s values.

For questions about your recommendation, please contact Sarah Nash, Community Engagement Manager, at:

2022 Cohort Program Recommendation Form

Gephardt Institute Cohort Program Student Recommendation Form

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