To apply, you will need:
- Current transcript (unofficial)
- Resume or CV
- Writing sample
- Answers to three essay questions, 200 words each
- Letter of reference from a faculty member at your school (uploaded separately)
Be sure to submit your full application by Monday, February 5, 2024. Applicants will be notified of admission decisions by early March and will be expected to commit by mid-March. This program is in-person at Duke University from June 2 – 15, 2024.
FACULTY WRITING LETTERS OF REFERENCE: Please upload your letter here by February 5. Be sure to include the candidate’s full name at the top of your letter. Describe why your student is a good candidate for NextGenPop, how the program would benefit your student, and how you plan to support their success as their “home mentor.” The commitment of the home mentor is to provide general support and guidance to the NextGenPop fellow, which might include debriefing after the summer experience, checking in on progress in the remote components of the program, and providing a point of contact for local resources.