Graduate Fellow Insignia

Graduate Fellow Insignia

Cultivating Talent to Become Agents of Change


Imagine .... a program to foster young talent and community stewardship by preparing recent college graduates for leadership roles within our communities.

Our Postgraduate Legacy Fellows pursue a master's degree while participating in a comprehensive professional development program and field work.        

Commemorative Fellowships

Postgraduate Program

Curriculum - Fellows must enroll in a 2-year master's degree program in related study fields. The graduate program is to run concurrently with the fellowship program.

Placement - Candidates are recent graduates pursuing master's degrees at schools approved by the Fellowship Program.

Concentrations - Individual fellowship programs are developed according to 1 of the 3 Foundation's areas of concentrations. 

Orientation - Shortly after their selection, Fellows participate in an orientation at the host university's site in Mid-May, to familiarize themselves with program goals, administrators & legacy partners. 


Armed with a strong network of administrators and mentors, recent graduates gain practical experience and an opportunity to hone analytical skills, while participating in a graduate program.

Conferences - Fellows studies are supplemented by conferences lead by the university sponsor. During these meetings Fellows have extraordinary access to legacy partners, university specialist, industry leaders and senior policymakers.

Mentoring - Participants receive mentoring throughout the duration of the fellowship as well as during career placement.

 Projects – Two summer internships occur in the summer after being selected and before the first year of graduate studies. The second to take place during the summer of the between the 1st and 2nd years of studies. 

Awards - Fellows receive annual awards towards tuition, room, board, books and fees.