Who is eligible to be a Hull Fellow?
All staff members and trustees of Philanthropy Southeast member organizations are eligible to apply for the Hull Fellows program.
How do I apply?
Application submissions for the 2023-24 class is currently closed.
What are the requirements of the Hull Fellows Program?
If you are selected as a Hull Fellow, you will be expected to attend the following events:
- A two-day program kickoff held at the Annual Meeting following your acceptance into the program.
- Monthly Hull Fellows webinars.
- A three-day spring Hull Fellows retreat in the Atlanta area.
- Capstone presentations at the following year's Annual Meeting.
What does it cost to participate?
There is a $2,000 program fee to help cover costs associated with the Hull Fellows program. This fee is typically paid to Philanthropy Southeast by your employer once you are accepted into the program.
Philanthropy Southeast will cover the cost of your accommodations for the Hull Fellows Spring Retreat. Philanthropy Southeast does not cover costs associated with attending the Annual Meeting.
How do Hull Mentorships work?
Each Hull Fellow will be paired with a mentor, typically a staff or trustee of an Philanthropy Southeast member organization whose background and career path aligns with yours. Mentors are often Hull Fellows alumni themselves! You will have the opportunity to connect with your mentor on a regular basis, either in-person or via phone call/videoconference, throughout the duration of the program. However, these connections often continue long beyond the program’s completion!
Where can I learn more about the Hull Fellows program?
Contact Tiffany Friesen, vice president of programs and partnerships, at firstname.lastname@example.org.