Founded in 1986, the John William Pope Foundation has a proud tradition of principled giving in North Carolina and beyond. A small, dedicated staff works to uphold the values and mission of the organization. Fellowship and career opportunities with the Foundation will be posted if they are available.
John Blundell FellowshipEstablished in 2015, the John Blundell Fellowship is offered annually to a recent college graduate who has an interest in advancing freedom and pursuing a career in public policy, academia, journalism, philanthropy, or public service. The Blundell Fellow spends one year at JWPF working as an entry-level program assistant, exploring options for future employment or graduate study, and completing a special project. The Fellow will gain experience with nonprofits and will have the opportunity to engage with other organizations and leaders in the foundation’s four giving areas: public policy, education, human services, and arts (see www.jwpf.org for more information about those giving areas).
Applications will be accepted each year, from mid-January until the position is filled. JWPF works with the chosen candidate to establish a start date (ideally May/June).
Application link (active on January 15, 2021): https://johnwilliampopefoundation.formstack.com/forms/2020_blundell_fellowship_application
About John Blundell
John Blundell spent his career in the freedom movement as a highly regarded policy analyst, institution leader, and historian. Among his many accomplishments, were leading the Institute of Economic Affairs in London, serving as president of the Charles G. Koch and Claude R. Lambe Foundations, and serving as president of the Institute for Humane Studies and Atlas Network. He passed away in July 2014. You can learn more about John Blundell’s life and legacy here: https://www.atlasnetwork.org/news/article/in-memoriam-john-blundell-1952-2014.
Branson Inscore, 2019-2020 Fellow
Kayla Nguyen, 2015-2016 Fellow
Blake Brewer, 2017-2018 Fellow
Will Rierson, 2018-19 Fellow