The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute is an important Civic Program Partner of AASCU’s American Democracy Project. We’re thrilled that they offer dedicated scholarships for ADP students for their Leadership and the American Presidency program in Washington, DC. Be sure to take a closer look at their work and to share this opportunity with potentially interested students from across the political spectrum!
Through the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute’s partnership with the American Association of State Colleges & Universities (AASCU), students from campuses associated with the American Democracy Project and The Democracy Commitment are eligible for dedicated scholarships for the Leadership and the American Presidency (LTAP) program in Washington, DC for undergraduate students.
Our organizations’ shared missions of cultivating citizen leaders who are engaged members of their communities, prompts us to award selected students from these campuses scholarships no less than $2500 and $4000 for the Summer and Fall terms, respectively.
For more information about this scholarship and partnership, please email email@example.com.
Summer Internship in Washington, DC: December 5th early application deadline
About the Program:
Undergraduate students can now experience Washington, DC like never before. Leadership and the American Presidency is a new immersive and experiential opportunity for students to spend the summer or semester in the nation’s capital. Co-sponsored by The Fund for American Studies, Leadership and the American Presidency is looking to cultivate the next generation of citizen leaders.
- Real History: Examine some of the greatest leadership challenges in history from the perspective of the Presidency.
- Real Leaders: Connect with some of the most thoughtful, well-regarded, and recognizable leaders of today!
- Real World: We match you with an internship placement that is aligned with your skill set and interests.
The mission of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Institute is to complete President Reagan’s unfinished work and to preserve the timeless principles he championed: individual liberty, economic opportunity, global democracy and national pride. Specifically, the mission of the new Reagan Institute operating as an entity of the Foundation from both the Reagan Library in California as well as in Washington, D.C., is to move well beyond the Foundation’s mission to preserve the memory of our 40th President. The Reagan Institute proactively promotes his ideals, vision, and leadership example for the benefit of generations to come through youth education and academic alliances, scholarly work, and substantive, issue-driven forums.
For more information visit www.reaganfoundation.org/