ATLAS FELLOWSHIP FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
DEADLINE: 10 APRIL 2022
The Atlas Fellowship is a free program for talented high school students to develop big-picture thinking about science, philosophy, and the future.
You’ll learn to form your own conclusions about the world’s most pressing problems and what you can do about them.
Atlas Fellows are selected through a rigorous process that consists of two application rounds and an online interview. Two tiers of prizes will be awarded - Finalists awarded $1,000 each, and 100 Fellows awarded $50,000 and an invitation to our in-person program in the summer. This isn’t just another summer program – this is a global talent search for people who will help tackle some of the world’s most pressing problems and steer the future of our civilization.
The Atlas Fellowship is a $50k scholarship + all-expenses-paid summer program in Silicon Valley that connects the world’s most talented HS students with the thinking tools and resources they need to pursue ambitious and impactful careers.
Atlas Fellows will...
Deep dive into science, philosophy, and the future, to figure out what the world’s most pressing problems are and what you can do about them
Receive a $50k scholarship, all-expenses-paid summer program in Silicon Valley, access a $1M fund to launch projects, personalized college advising, and much more
Connect with a global community of leaders doing crucial direct work in some of the world’s most pressing problems
Application for the Atlas Fellowship is now live and close on 4/10.
High school students can apply directly.
Teachers, coaches, parents, and students can nominate someone.
Receive a $500 prize if you nominate a student who gets selected as an Atlas Fellow (and has not already applied).
See FAQ for more info about the application process.
TLDR: 3 stages — a quick initial written application (less than an hour), a longer written application (3-5 hours), and an invite-only interview. No essays.
Got questions? Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.