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James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation The foundation seeks applicants committed to a career in teaching American History, American Government, or Social Studies at the secondary level. Two types of fellowships are offered: Junior Fellowships, awarded to undergraduates or recent graduates who plan to become teachers and want to attend graduate school full time, and Senior Fellowships awarded to experienced teachers who want to pursue graduate studies through summer and evening classes. Fellows can attend any institution of higher education in the US for either a Master of Arts degree, a Master of Arts in Teaching, or a Master of Education degree with an emphasis on American history, government, or political science. Each award carries a maximum grant of up to $24,000 to be applied to the actual costs of tuition, required fees, books, room, and board. Applications or additional information about the foundation and the fellowship program please call 1-800-525-6928 or visit the Foundations web site: Application deadline March 1.

Integrated Social Studies Education