Miller Fellowship Program

The Miller Fellowship Program is a program of the Yellow Springs Community Foundation, funded by the Nolan J. and Richard D. Miller Endowment Fund.  Nolan Miller (d. 2006) was Associate Editor of The Antioch Review, a noted writing teacher and a beloved Antioch College professor.  His brother, Richard (d. 2009), was a highly regarded artist working in many different media.

The purpose of this fund is to support community service initiatives. Fellowships are awarded predominately for Antioch College students who have demonstrated the capability to achieve educational and professional goals, the motivation to achieve these goals, and the initiative to seek opportunities for further progress through service to the community in which they live; Yellow Springs and the Miami Township.While a measure of priority will be given to serving the needs of the elderly in Yellow Springs, other public service institutions will be supported as well.

Click here for a brief audio story about the Miller Fellowship program, or click here to see read more about the Miller Fellowship and its origins!

Also, find out more about the Student Miller Fellowship and the Encore Miller Fellowship, Collaborative Community Miller RFP FAQs 2019, as well as how to  Donate to the Miller Endowment!

For a list of Miller Fellow Employers, please see the Non-Profit Directory and click on “Miller Fellow Employers”