Appalachian Teaching Project
|Learn More About the ATP 2019 Capstone Symposium|
December 6–7, 2019
> 2019 ATP participants and project descriptions (PDF: 150 KB)
> 2019 ATP conference presentations agenda (PDF: 168 KB)
The Appalachian Teaching Project (ATP) is an applied research training program for Appalachian college students to design economic development initiatives for their communities. As part of ATP, students are enrolled in a for-credit academic course to design and lead research projects in Appalachian communities to address regional challenges.
As a finale for the coursework, students and their faculty sponsors travel to Washington, D.C., to present their work to other student delegations, ARC leadership, and community leaders at the Appalachian Teaching Project Capstone Symposium.
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Appalachian Teaching Project Fellowship
The Appalachian Teaching Project Fellowship invites any recent ATP student alumni to apply for a summer professional development opportunity at the ARC offices in Washington, D.C. ATP Fellows will work directly with ARC staff to research and analyze ARC investments in Appalachia. The 2020 ATP Fellowship applications deadline is February 14, 2020.
How to apply (PDF: 144 KB)