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The Woodrow Wilson HistoryQuest Fellowship

The 2020 WW HistoryQuest application is now open. Application deadline is February 19, 2020.

Mission

The Woodrow Wilson HistoryQuest Fellowship offers professional development for middle and high school American history teachers in CT, DE, MA, NJ, NY, and PA. The program aims to use the power of games, play, and digital tools to transform both teacher practice and student engagement. In the long term, it may also provide a new disciplinary resource for university-based teacher preparation.

The Fellowship

The Woodrow Wilson HistoryQuest Fellowship is now recruiting for 2020.

  • HistoryQuest Fellows attend free of charge a five-day summer workshop, in the Princeton, New Jersey area, including single-occupancy housing and meals, with expenses paid.
  • HistoryQuest Fellows will be encouraged to share what they have learned with colleagues in their school and/or district.

Learn more in this downloadable overview (PDF) of the program.

To Apply

Middle and high school American history teachers working in CT, DE, MA, NJ, NY, and PA are welcome to apply. If you are a teacher in another state and are interested in the program, please email [email protected].

The application deadline is February 19, 2020. To start an application, create an account for WW’s online application portal by clicking here.

Applicants will be required to complete the application, which includes two short answer essays, and submit a series of supplemental items through the online application. The supplemental items include a letter of recommendation, a resume, and an unofficial transcript. For more detailed information about the online application process, view the application instructions.

More Information

If you would like more information or have questions about the WW HistoryQuest Fellowship, contact [email protected] or schedule a call with Arianna Gordon, Program Officer, through this link. Learn more in this downloadable overview (PDF) of the program.

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