The Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellowship fosters relationships among the younger generation of Europeans and Americans to build strong linkages and an awareness of shared values. The Fellowship engages 45 teenagers from Europe and ten American teenagers (ages 16 - 18) in a four-week U.S.-based exchange program that aims to reinforce the transatlantic relationship.
During the Fellowship, participants will explore transatlantic relations, leadership development, critical thinking, diplomacy, community activism, and the media in order to unite young adults around common goals, using the legacy of Benjamin Franklin as a framework. American youth are eligible to participate in the fellowship, but do not travel abroad.
Program Length3-4 weeks
Eligibility and Application OverviewPublic applications are accepted.
- Applicants must be U.S. Citizens and 16-18 years old.
The application period is currently closed.
Administered by Purdue University