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The Pathways Fellowship enables St. John’s students to transition into graduate study or careers that call for special or prerequisite courses. Through this program, students will be able to enroll, for example, in teacher education courses for the pursuit of public school teaching, art classes in preparation of a portfolio, or pre-medical courses for medical school (these are only a sample of options, not meant to be all-encompassing). St. John’s College is committed to supporting students in the pursuit of such endeavors. Awarded students will receive a maximum grant amount of $2,500.
Students interested in applying for the 2020 Pathways Fellowship Program should download and carefully read the following documents:
Pathways Fellowship Program Handbook
Information about the program and instructions for applying.
Pathways Fellowship Program Application
A fillable PDF application form. Hand written applications will not be accepted.
Note: This application uses the features provided by Adobe Acrobat products. If you encounter problems accessing this form, we recommend using Internet Explorer or opening the file in Adobe Reader software (available for free download).
Students applying for the program must submit a recommendation from a tutor.
Students apply directly to the college, university, or certificate program in which they are interested.
The Career Services Office is available to provide advice and guidance for any part of your application.
Read our complete history through 2019. This document allows you to see courses students have completed in the past. The information is organized by discipline and includes the year the course was taken, the student name and class year, the program/school where the course was offered, and the course location (city and state).
See how Johnnies have used their Pathways fellowships to prepare for life after St. John’s.
Johnnies Take Pathways Around the Globe
St. John’s College students this summer are set to complete fellowships all over the world.
Balancing Theory and Practice
Jake Stief (SF20) completed a Pathways Fellowship last summer at Harvard.
The Beauty in Art
Representational painter Eryn Gammonley (SF17) completed a Pathways Fellowship over the summer at Watts Atelier of the Arts in Encinitas, California.
Meet the Johnnies: Nani Detti (SF20)
Nani Detti (SF20) is a rising senior and the recipient of both a Projects for Peace grant and a Global Pathways scholarship from St. John’s College.
Immersed in Culture
Gene Jerskey (A18) spent his summer studying Arabic in Lebanon as part of a Pathways Fellowship.