To successfully complete the Rebovich Fellowship Program and be named a Rebovich Institute Fellow, a student will participate in the following components of engaged learning:
- Perform a political internship.
- Identify a needed improvement in his or her community, develop proposed solutions, communicate with public officials about it, develop proposed solutions and achieve a favorable result.
- Attend a series of public meetings that could include a state legislative committee, a full legislative session, a municipal meeting, a school board meeting, a county meeting, a government authority meeting (such as BPU, Turnpike, Port Authority, Bridge Commission), and a grassroots meeting. Follow-up components might include a letter to the editor about some aspect of the meeting, comments delivered during the public portion of the meeting, or research into an item discussed at the meeting.
- Active participation in the Institute’s programming.