Program Overview - Clay Hunt Fellows Program Remote Fellowship


The Clay Hunt Fellows Program (CHFP) was established in 2012 to grow veteran leaders within Team Rubicon and the community. The program was inspired by Marine veteran and original TR member, Clay Hunt (1982-2011), who embodied service, commitment, sacrifice, and loyalty. 

We are seeking highly-motivated and service-driven veterans interested in developing themselves into competent leaders through personal discovery and development within this program. These leaders are expected to represent Team Rubicon in the spirit of Clay Hunt, holding the Program and the organization in the highest regard and serving as an ambassador to each, as Clay did. For many of our current and past Fellows, it's a life-changing experience that has challenged them to dive into who they really are become the best version of themselves.

Fellows embody Clay’s legacy by living through these core values:

  • Commitment to Growth – Having a willingness to be vulnerable and embrace a growth mindset

  • Moral Integrity – Leading a life guided by one's own moral compass

  • Servant Leadership – Be stewards of Clay’s legacy by inspiring others and bettering one’s community

Before you apply, read some frequently asked questions below: 

Check out the full FAQ section on our Clay Hunt Fellowship Program Page.

What is Base Camp?

Base Camp is a six-month remote curriculum that involves strengths discovery, self-awareness exploration, group discussions, reading and self-reflection. You will dive into who you are, your strengths, your values and what drives you to serve. 

What Can I Expect?

Expect a course load of 5-10 hours per week in remote, virtual assignments. While we traditionally we require in-person travel for orientation and graduation, due to COVID we will conduct these events virtually. 

  • Orientation: 12-18 April (remote a few hours a day)

  • Graduation: 11 October 2021

  • Operational Deployments: You are not required to deploy but can if you desire. 

Application Requirements:

Applications will be screened for completion, and rejected if an item is missing or incorrect. Format PDF attachments: "Last name: title of document” (e.g. Smith: Member 4 DD-214). Below are the requirements: 

  • Completed Online Application Form 

  • Résumé / CV (submitted as a PDF)

  • Member 4 DD-214 (this form needs to show discharge status or will not be accepted).

  • ONE Letter of Recommendation (submitted as PDF) from anyone you served with but preference is a TR member.

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    • Must include why he/she would be a good fit for the CHFP.


We will be accepting applications for this position until 11:59 PM on January 25th 2021. 


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