The Grove Fellowship Program is a prestigious and rigorous Fellowship that provides mentorship, professional development and a financial award to Grove Fellows, students who are committed to public service, public policy and human rights.
The Grove Fellowship Program provides students with an opportunity to learn from Grove Leaders, accomplished public policy and human rights figures who spend a semester mentoring and facilitating discussions among Grove Fellows. Grove Fellows work with a Grove Leader and a cohort of up to five students to complete a project that advances public policy and human rights locally, nationally or globally.
The Eva Kastan Grove Fellowship Program has been made possible by the Grove family in honor of Hunter alumna Eva Grove’s 80th birthday. The Eva Kastan Grove Fellowship Program ensures that Eva’s lifelong commitment to advocacy, social service, and philanthropy endures.