The Gephardt Institute for Public Service at Washington University in St. Louis has selected its next cohort of Civic Scholars.
Twelve sophomores, all in Arts & Sciences, have been chosen for the Class of 2017 group of the program. The program includes both a classic and a study-abroad cohort.
Civic Scholars enroll in two years of academic coursework related to civic leadership and receive mentorship to prepare them for a life dedicated to public service. Additionally, scholars receive a $5,000 grant to carry out a civic project in the summer before their senior year.
To read more about the students and the program, visit the Gephardt Institute website.