The Catholic Imagination Fellowship


June 13th–Jul 24th, 2022

Overview

The Catholic Imagination Fellowship is a six-week, paid, integrated summer work-study program for university-aged students. It seeks to ‘thicken’ the moral imagination of participants and to equip them with practical skills to evangelize through narrative and beauty.

By the end of the fellowship, participants will have:

  • Formed deep and lasting friendships with other participants & faculty
  • Familiarized themselves with the essential artistic and poetic expression of the Catholic faith
  • Learned to effectively utilize beauty and narrative to transform their own communities

The Fellows of the
2022 Catholic Imagination Fellowship

2022 Fellows

Program

Fellows will have the opportunity to take advantage of the following:

  • Tuition waiver for the Great Books Summer Program
  • Recourse to expert Alcuin faculty
  • Weekly cultural excursions:
    • Evening dinners
    • Visit to Clear Creek Monastery
    • Tours of historic local Churches
    • Trips to the theater & museums
  • Experience working for a Diocesan cultural institute
  • $1440 stipend
  • Publication of written work (in print and online)
  • A four-day, all-expense-paid pilgrimage to Santa Fe, NM

Eligibility


Students must be:

  • Enrolled full-time at an accredited College or University
  • Members of a parish of the Diocese of Tulsa & Eastern Oklahoma
  • Able to reside in the Tulsa Metro area & commute to the Chancery Offices for the duration of the Fellowship
  • Commit to full-time work and study from Jun 13th–Jul 24th, 2022

 

Apply Today!


To apply for the Catholic Imagination Fellowship, you will need the following:
 

  • Completed application form
  • Two (2) letters of recommendation (faculty and parish priest)
  • College transcript
  • Letter of intent

 

Please have documents ready for upload prior to beginning the application process. Only three (3) Fellowships will be granted, so apply today!

Ready to Apply?


Applications for the Summer of 2022 are closed.

 

For questions about the program, please contact Dr. Aaron Henderson at ahenderson@alcuininstitute.org.