The Innovative Community Engagement Fellowship is reserved for those who are committed to service and community engagement. The Fellowship is intended for current Juris Doctor Candidates but exceptional undergraduates and recent graduates may also be selected if they show a commitment to bettering the community and attending law school. The Foundation mentors these ICE Fellows and gives them a platform to highlight the different causes they champion; furthermore, there are several judicial clerkships and internships that are reserved for ICE Fellows throughout the State of Florida. The Fellowship lasts until the completion of the academic endeavors of a Juris Doctor program.
While Fellows vary in their backgrounds, current academic pursuits, and achievements, all share the relentless pursuit of bettering the community around them. Each one of these Fellows has shown a true passion for zealous advocacy and the law. Each Fellow is at a different stage in his/her pursuit of his/her dream career, ranging from practicing attorney to graduating undergraduates. These Fellows come from diverse backgrounds and their life experiences make them incredible assets and even better people.