The Annenberg Fellowship, established through the generosity of Walter Annenberg, a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and a distinguished US Ambassador to the Court of St. James’s, enables a recent graduate to spend one academic year at Eton College on a Student Teaching Fellowship. The successful applicant will normally be taking a year out before entering graduate school or starting a career. The program has been running for 35 years and the current Annenberg Fellow is from Stanford University. Eton College seeks to select its next Fellow from Princeton University for its 2021-2022 academic year. Eton currently employs a number of American citizens on the staff, in addition to the American boys enrolled in the School, which ensures that there is a small but resilient expatriate community.
ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS Individuals expected to graduate from Princeton University by June 2021.
APPLICATION AND RECRUITMENT PROCESS Applicants will be required to submit a one-page resume, an official transcript, two letters of recommendation, including one from a coach or extra-curricular advisor, and a personal statement on “Why I want to be the Annenberg Fellow.” Application must be made on Princeton University Career Development's Handshake.
APPLICATION CLOSING DATE The closing date for this position is March 17, 2021. Applications received after this time will not be considered. Interviews and assessments are planned to take place week commencing March 29, 2021.
For more information on the Annenberg Fellowship at Eton College, visit the Career Development Handshake listing.