About Trinity Fellows Program

Promoting Justice and Faith through Service

The Trinity Fellows Program is a graduate fellowship program dedicated to developing urban leaders with a commitment to social and economic justice. Fellows participate in a 21-month study/work program while earning a master's degree in one of fourteen fields of study.

Become a Trinity Fellow

Host a Trinity Fellow

2024-2026 Fellowship Application Deadlines 


+ Application deadline for the 2024-26 cohort is January 15, 2024. Please see Student Fact Sheet.


+ Please see Organization Fact Sheet for more information.

+ Application deadline is February 19, 2024. Organization application and instructions can be found here.

Diversity & Inclusion

The Trinity Fellows Program recognizes and cherishes the dignity of each individual regardless of age, culture, faith, ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, language, ability or social class. We are committed to becoming a more diverse and inclusive program, and affirm Marquette University's Statement on Human Dignity and Diversity. For more information on Marquette's commitment to diversity and inclusion, please visit the Office of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion website.

Featured Fellows and alumni

Trinity Fellow Taylor Valencia's 

Taylor shares about her journey from Peace Corps to Marquette.

Meet Taylor | Marquette University Graduate School from Marquette University on Vimeo.

Listen to Bridge The City (Podcast)

Bridge the City

Trinity Fellows alumni Ashlie Benson and Ben Rangel produce the podcast "Bridge the City" that bridges together people, resources, and ideas that inspire Milwaukee to action. Bridge the City was featured in the Associated Press.

Alumni Feature: Dominique Jordan Turner

"This was my home after Peace Corps and the place where I decided to dedicate my life to service thanks to Dick Burke and the Trinity Fellows Program. Forever grateful!" - Dominique Jordan Turner MBA '06.

Read more about Dominique's story and career here.