Jacob Fowler is a recent Pitzer College 2018 graduate with a BA in World Literature and Psychology. During college, Jacob worked with several on-campus activist groups, including clubs like Teaching for Social Justice and A Cleaner Tomorrow. He was also a member of the Americorps program Jumpstart where he served as a team leader. During his senior year, Jacob was an award-winning essayist at the Vosburg seminar for his essay on the parallels of worship and voting patterns in the United States. Since graduation, Jacob has served as an elementary school teacher in Oakland, California. He teaches fourth grade at a Title I school. In his spare time, Jacob writes poetry and essays. His work can be found in places like Exposition Review, Prolit Magazine, The Wellington Street Review and others. Jacob plans to continue teaching in the immediate future.
Updated May 2020
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Humanity in Action Welcomes the 2020 US Fellows Cohort
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