Common Sense Society Announces 2022 Fellowship Dates and Locations
New international fellowship opportunities released as CSS continues to grow
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Common Sense Society (CSS), a leading international educational network, released its 2022 fellowship schedule today. CSS’ expanding fellowship programs—which are held in both Europe and North America—offer recent graduates and graduate students, as well as early- and mid-career professionals the opportunity to study the principles of liberty, prosperity, and beauty within a thoughtful, social, and invigorating environment.
Engaging with noted scholars, business and community leaders, and a group of impressive peers, fellows leave the programs understanding how our guiding principles and their interdependence are essential to a well-lived life and the cornerstones of free, prosperous, and vibrant communities. Specialized fellowships take a deeper look into one or more subjects, including economics, the arts, foreign policy, and grand strategy.
The relationships that emerge from our fellowship programs are extended, deepened, and strengthened through curated private events for our alumni and members that provide them with the opportunity to continue their education and to engage in action-oriented discussions concerning important issues.
2022 Fellowship Schedule
Founders’ Foreign Policy Fellowship
June 5 – 9
CSS Teachers’ Seminar
July 17 – 22
Bluffton, South Carolina
July 31 – August 5
Károlyi Castle, Fehérvárcsurgó, Hungary
August 21 – 26
Bowood House, United Kingdom
September 4 – 9
September 11 – 16
John Quincy Adams Fellowship Launch
October 13 – 14
Common Sense Society (CSS) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that promotes liberty, prosperity, and beauty through education and public discourse. The educational fellowships, curriculum resources, publications, cultural programs, community initiatives, and national campaigns of CSS illuminate the enduring ideas that have transformed the course of human history for the better. CSS does not accept funding from governments or political parties.