Dr. Joseph Graham Fellowship for College Pro-Life Leaders 

Pro-Life college leaders can earn up to $8000 throughout their undergraduate collegiate career while promoting a Culture of Life on campus through the Dr. Joseph Graham Fellowship.

Students who will have at least 3 years of undergraduate coursework to complete beginning in the Fall 2014 Semester at a four-year Texas university are eligible to apply. 

Please contact Melissa Pici at MPici@TexasRightToLife.com or 713-303-5298 if you have any questions. 

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 Current Fellows & Campuses

All applications are scored by a committee of Texas Right to Life employees using a rubric.  Finalists (those with the highest scores) are then contacted to schedule a phone interview.  Recipients are selected based on the application and the interview.

The March 29, 2014 deadline has passed.  

All applicants will be notified by April 14 April 17, 2014 by phone or email as to whether or not he or she was selected as a fellowship recipient beginning in the Fall Semester. (We apologize for any inconvenience due to the date change.)

Texas Right to Life seeks passionate leaders who are strongly committed to helping the most innocent and vulnerable human beings among us.


Texas Right to Life is the oldest, largest, and only statewide Pro-Life organization in Texas.  We are non-sectarian and non-partisan, and we are the Texas affiliate of the National Right to Life Committee with representation on their board of directors.  The members, directors, staff, and affiliated local chapters of Texas Right to Life seek to articulate and protect the Right to Life of defenseless human beings, born and unborn, through legal, peaceful, and prayerful means.  This commitment is derived from a belief that each human being, from the moment of fertilization until natural death, has an immeasurable dignity and inalienable Right to Life.  The Dr. Joseph Graham Fellowship Program seeks to educate and train the next generation of Pro-Life leaders.