Heading to Grad School in 2019? Join ESN Connect

Sign up for ESN Connect.

Welcome! If you’re planning to start grad school in Fall 2019, InterVarsity’s Emerging Scholars Network (ESN) wants to help you get connected to Christian communities wherever you’re heading. Sign up for our ESN Connect program below and we’ll:

1) invite you to a special videochat on how to choose a school and prepare once you’ve accepted

2) connect you to Christian grad student communities at schools you’re considering (where possible)

3) Enter you into a drawing for a chance to win a $100 scholarship to attend an InterVarsity grad retreat or conference event

The ESN Connect pilot program is designed to provide meaningful support through a manageable time commitment. We will host a videochat in late March or early April, put you in touch with InterVarsity communities at the schools you’re considering and/or regional Christian gatherings for grad students after the videochat, and then check in a few times in 2019/2020 to see if we can help you further and get your feedback for future years. We look forward to connecting with you!

If you’re a faculty member supporting students headed to graduate school, you’re welcome to sit in on the videochat to learn more about InterVarsity opportunities for grad students and faculty as well. Just sign up at the form and indicate that you are faculty.

Sign up for ESN Connect.

All the best,

Hannah Eagleson

Images: Recent InterVarsity Grad Group Meetings and Events

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Hannah Eagleson

Hannah Eagleson is Interim Associate Director of InterVarsity’s Emerging Scholars Network (ESN). She launched and still edits ESN's collaboratively written devotional for academics, Scholar's Compass. Hannah also crafts other community-building events and materials for ESN. She holds a PhD in English literature from the University of Delaware, and an MA from St. John's College in Annapolis, MD. she’s working on a novel about a dragon who gave up fending off knights to become a tea importer in eighteenth-century England.

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