Where Are Our Alumni Now?
How Did the Experience IMpact Them?
John Jay Institute alumni are in the trenches, influencing society and culture with the principled leadership we so yearn for in our government and in our communities. We have tracked their careers, conducted extensive qualitative and quantitative surveys, and watched as—time and time again—they surpass anything we could expect of them.
They are writing powerful music worth listening to. Driving conversations on education reform nobody else is having. Passing laws through Congress nobody thought were possible. Providing a voice for international human rights issues the establishment would rather stay under wraps. Changing the terms of the debate on issue after issue. Launching publications to build a new generation of thought leaders.
The list seems endless. And the results aren’t coming from the occasional shining star—they are coming from a network of like-minded leaders, placed in strategic positions, who make each other stronger and together exert a remarkable influence on culture and policy.
The National Impact of The
John Jay Institute
The Global IMpact of the
JOhn Jay Institute
The John Jay Institute Global Leadership Network is a growing, worldwide community of principled public leaders in government, the non-profit sector, and business—many hundreds of "Fellows" from five countries—who share a commitment to faith-informed service and to using their extraordinary creativity, energy and resources to tackle the foremost political, social, and cultural challenges of our times. All share the common experience of participating in the John Jay Institute or one of the Leadership initiatives it has inspired in the United States and Europe. Fellows are typically undergraduates or post-undergraduate students between the ages of 20 and 30 who have proven themselves through success and have spent weeks in study and dialogue with others in their cohort on principled leadership, the classical and Christian virtues, and ideals and institutions necessary to fostering "the good society." They have solemnly dedicated themselves to putting their ideas into action through a life-long commitment to service in their communities and countries. All have participated in one or more of the following initiatives:
Collegium Anton Neuwirth, Slovakia
Ladislav Hanus Fellowship, Slovakia
John Jay Society of St. George
John Witherspoon Society of St. George
The Lachlan MacQuarie Internship, Australia