The Harvey Fellowship

The Harvey Fellowship

The Harvey Fellowship

APPLICATION PROCESS

APPLICATION PROCESS

APPLICATION PROCESS

The entire application must be completed by the deadline.

The entire application must be completed by the deadline.

The entire application must be completed by the deadline.

The responsible entity (Controller) for the data processing regulated in this Terms Policy is the “28twelve Foundation” (hereinafter "we", "us“ or "28twelve Foundation”). The 28twelve Foundation is a US 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

Contact

The application includes the following components:

1. Complete Contact Information

2. Current Resume or CV

3. Vocational Goal Statement

4. Affirmation of the Lausanne Covenant

The vocational goal statement is a short summary of the applicant’s vocational goals. It should explain what the applicant’s degree program will enable him or her to accomplish.

5. Essays

Five essays are required and one is encouraged with a maximum 400 words each.

Essay #1: Faith Statement

Write a personal statement of your Christian faith (what it is that you believe). Explain the significance of your faith in Jesus Christ to your everyday life. Be sure to describe your involvement in a local church, and give examples of opportunities that you have had to demonstrate and evidence your faith.

Essay #2: Vocational Goals

Briefly outline your vocational goals. Describe the factors that have motivated you to pursue your vocation. Be sure to reflect on your efforts to integrate your faith, learning and vocation.

Essay #3: Impact

Explain how this vocational arena impacts society at large, and how this vocation is strategic to Christ’s kingdom. Provide evidence that your chosen field is under-represented by Christians and tell us how you plan to impact your field for Christ.

Essay #4: Leadership

Reference at least one recent leadership experience related to your vocational goal. If possible, show how you have demonstrated the ability to lead others, particularly as the head of an organization or group. Describe how this experience has played a role in your development and/or informed your understanding of leadership in general.

Essay #5: Degree Program

Describe the special strengths of the degree program(s) to which you have applied, and how they compare to the acknowledged premier programs in your specialty. Discuss how these programs will prepare you to enter the job market and pursue a position of influence within your field.

Essay #6: Other (Optional, but encouraged)

Please state anything else that is important for us to know about you. We encourage you to share information you feel is important but have not had the opportunity to fully present in the other essays. You may wish to explain gaps in work/study in your resume, explain your work sample, expound upon your vocational goals, give another example of your leadership gifts, etc.

6. School and Degree Program Information

7. Recommendation Letters

Four recommendation letters are required. Two of these letters are religoius in nature; the other two, vocational. Make sure that for both categories respectively, one of the letters of recommendaiton is from an individual you have a current relationship with while the other letter recommendation can be from someone in your past. The four recommendation letters must include someone from your a) current local church and b) academic or professional field.

8. Test Scores

GRE, LSAT, GMAT, or other test scores are required.

9. Official Transcripts

Official transcripts from undergraduate and graduate programs through the most recent semester are required.

10. Work Sample

The work sample may be a significant piece of academic work (research paper or excerpt, conference presentation, published work, scientific research proposal, recital tape, artwork, etc). Written work samples must be no more than 25 pages in total length. Artists may submit work samples up to a 1 hour run time. Music and video work samples must be uploaded via an accessible website link. Only one work sample may be submitted.

The responsible entity (Controller) for the data processing regulated in this Terms Policy is the “28twelve Foundation” (hereinafter "we", "us“ or "28twelve Foundation”). The 28twelve Foundation is a US 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

Contact

The application includes the following:

1. Complete Contact Information

2. Current Resume or CV

3. Vocational Goal Statement

4. Affirmation of the Lausanne Covenant

The vocational goal statement is a short summary of the applicant’s vocational goals. It should explain what the applicant’s degree program will enable him or her to accomplish.

5. Essays

Five essays are required and one is encouraged with a maximum 400 words each.

Essay #1: Faith Statement

Write a personal statement of your Christian faith (what it is that you believe). Explain the significance of your faith in Jesus Christ to your everyday life. Be sure to describe your involvement in a local church, and give examples of opportunities that you have had to demonstrate and evidence your faith.

Essay #2: Vocational Goals

Briefly outline your vocational goals. Describe the factors that have motivated you to pursue your vocation. Be sure to reflect on your efforts to integrate your faith, learning and vocation.

Essay #3: Impact

Explain how this vocational arena impacts society at large, and how this vocation is strategic to Christ’s kingdom. Provide evidence that your chosen field is under-represented by Christians and tell us how you plan to impact your field for Christ.

Essay #4: Leadership

Reference at least one recent leadership experience related to your vocational goal. If possible, show how you have demonstrated the ability to lead others, particularly as the head of an organization or group. Describe how this experience has played a role in your development and/or informed your understanding of leadership in general.

Essay #5: Degree Program

Describe the special strengths of the degree program(s) to which you have applied, and how they compare to the acknowledged premier programs in your specialty. Discuss how these programs will prepare you to enter the job market and pursue a position of influence within your field.

Essay #6: Other (Optional, but encouraged)

Please state anything else that is important for us to know about you. We encourage you to share information you feel is important but have not had the opportunity to fully present in the other essays. You may wish to explain gaps in work/study in your resume, explain your work sample, expound upon your vocational goals, give another example of your leadership gifts, etc.

6. School and Degree Program Information

7. Recommendation Letters

Four recommendation letters are required. Two of these letters are religoius in nature; the other two, vocational. Make sure that for both categories respectively, one of the letters of recommendaiton is from an individual you have a current relationship with while the other letter recommendation can be from someone in your past. The four recommendation letters must include someone from your a) current local church and b) academic or professional field.

8. Test Scores

GRE, LSAT, GMAT, or other test scores are required.

9. Official Transcripts

Official transcripts from undergraduate and graduate programs through the most recent semester are required.

10. Work Sample

The work sample may be a significant piece of academic work (research paper or excerpt, conference presentation, published work, scientific research proposal, recital tape, artwork, etc). Written work samples must be no more than 25 pages in total length. Artists may submit work samples up to a 1 hour run time. Music and video work samples must be uploaded via an accessible website link. Only one work sample may be submitted.

The responsible entity (Controller) for the data processing regulated in this Terms Policy is the “28twelve Foundation” (hereinafter "we", "us“ or "28twelve Foundation”). The 28twelve Foundation is a US 501(c)(3) nonprofit.

Contact

The application includes the following:

1. Complete Contact Information

2. Current Resume or CV

3. Vocational Goal Statement

4. Affirmation of the Lausanne Covenant

The vocational goal statement is a short summary of the applicant’s vocational goals. It should explain what the applicant’s degree program will enable him or her to accomplish.

5. Essays

Five essays are required and one is encouraged with a maximum 400 words each.

Essay #1: Faith Statement

Write a personal statement of your Christian faith (what it is that you believe). Explain the significance of your faith in Jesus Christ to your everyday life. Be sure to describe your involvement in a local church, and give examples of opportunities that you have had to demonstrate and evidence your faith.

Essay #2: Vocational Goals

Briefly outline your vocational goals. Describe the factors that have motivated you to pursue your vocation. Be sure to reflect on your efforts to integrate your faith, learning and vocation.

Essay #3: Impact

Explain how this vocational arena impacts society at large, and how this vocation is strategic to Christ’s kingdom. Provide evidence that your chosen field is under-represented by Christians and tell us how you plan to impact your field for Christ.

Essay #4: Leadership

Reference at least one recent leadership experience related to your vocational goal. If possible, show how you have demonstrated the ability to lead others, particularly as the head of an organization or group. Describe how this experience has played a role in your development and/or informed your understanding of leadership in general.

Essay #5: Degree Program

Describe the special strengths of the degree program(s) to which you have applied, and how they compare to the acknowledged premier programs in your specialty. Discuss how these programs will prepare you to enter the job market and pursue a position of influence within your field.

Essay #6: Other (Optional, but encouraged)

Please state anything else that is important for us to know about you. We encourage you to share information you feel is important but have not had the opportunity to fully present in the other essays. You may wish to explain gaps in work/study in your resume, explain your work sample, expound upon your vocational goals, give another example of your leadership gifts, etc.

6. School and Degree Program Information

7. Recommendation Letters

Four recommendation letters are required. Two of these letters are religoius in nature; the other two, vocational. Make sure that for both categories respectively, one of the letters of recommendaiton is from an individual you have a current relationship with while the other letter recommendation can be from someone in your past. The four recommendation letters must include someone from your a) current local church and b) academic or professional field.

8. Test Scores

GRE, LSAT, GMAT, or other test scores are required.

9. Official Transcripts

Official transcripts from undergraduate and graduate programs through the most recent semester are required.

10. Work Sample

The work sample may be a significant piece of academic work (research paper or excerpt, conference presentation, published work, scientific research proposal, recital tape, artwork, etc). Written work samples must be no more than 25 pages in total length. Artists may submit work samples up to a 1 hour run time. Music and video work samples must be uploaded via an accessible website link. Only one work sample may be submitted.

FAQ

Qualifications

Applications

Selection Process

Harvey Fellowship

To be awarded a Fellowship, applicants are selected from among other qualified applicants through a competitive application process.

Less than 10% of those who apply are selected.

Please carefully review the application materials provided on this website (including the FAQs).

Applications open in October, close in January, and all recipients are notified in June.

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