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WOLCOTT APPLICATION PERIOD-DECEMBER 15, 2022 - JANUARY 15, 2023

Wolcott Foundation Fellows
George Washington University
Class of 2022 - Graduating in 2024


Amber Torell
Elliott School of International Affairs


Ian Cameron
Elliott School of International Affairs

Caitlin Mattrick
Elliott School of International Affairs


Isaiah Nielsen
Elliott School of International Affairs


Carmella Saia
Elliott School of International Affairs

Maria Sherwood
Elliott School of International Affairs
(Deferred Wolcott Fellowship until 2023)
Received Fulbright Scholarship to Morocco


 


Brendan Fusco
Elliott School of International Affairs

 

 

A Message From The Wolcott Foundation Chairman,

Michael E. Clark

The Wolcott Foundation assists young, enthusiastic, and highly qualified college graduates seeking a career in government service. The assistance from the Foundation provides the selected student with partial tuition funds, allowing pursuit of a graduate degree as a Wolcott Foundation Fellow from the George Washington University (GWU) in Washington, DC.

This tuition assistance comes with a two-year post-graduation public service stipulation. It specifies that the scope of Public Service cannot be with an elected politician or an organization that is not government sponsored. This requirement is the cornerstone of the Foundation’s belief in public service for the good of the citizens of the United States.

George Washington University (GWU) is perfectly suited as the Foundation’s educational partner in providing Fellowships to outstanding students seeking a career in public service.

George Washington University is located just a few blocks from the seat of government in the United States. The University’s outstanding reputation as a premier educational institution, enables our students to work in government positions while attending classes. This allows them the opportunity to put their classroom education to practical application. Many of our Fellows continue their government careers with the same agency they first discovered while attending GWU.

The success of our partnership with GWU is demonstrated in the accomplishments of our 500+ Senior Wolcott Fellows. Several have served our country as United States Ambassadors and high-ranking officials in the many government departments.

The Wolcott Foundation is composed of a group of Master Masons from the United States and several foreign countries. These Master Masons believe in the concept of education being the driving force behind a successful democratic government.

If you believe you are a qualified student with the passion to pursue your dreams and the dedication to be challenged by studies at a university requiring performance at the highest educational level, please complete an application according to the rules set forth on this website.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Michael E. Clark-Chairman
The Wolcott Foundation Inc.

 
 


 

 

The Wolcott Foundation thanks you for your contribution to assist Future Wolcott Fellows at George Washington University.

Wolcott Senior Fellows Recognized with Fellowship Certificate
 

The Board of Trustees of the Wolcott Foundation have recognized Wolcott Senior Fellows by mailing them a diploma style certificate acknowledging their receiving a Wolcott Fellowship, while attending George Washington University in Washington, DC.
 

The certificate, similar to a University Diploma was sent to over 300 known Wolcott Senior Fellows at their last known mailing address. Approximately 30 were returned as undeliverable by the USPS. If you are a Wolcott Senior Fellow and did not receive your certificate, please contact Wolcott Chairman, Michael E. Clark at the address listed on this website.
 

Thank you to the Wolcott Senior Fellows who responded in letter and/or contribution after receiving their certificate.

 

Wolcott Foundation Fellowships are awarded to U.S. citizens who are attending or applying to
the George Washington University School of Business, Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration, or the Elliott School of International Affairs.
These awards are designed to encourage young scholars with outstanding academic, civic, and social credentials to pursue public service careers.
High Twelve International is an association of Master Masons.