Honoring Clay Hunt.
Clay Hunt was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and original member of Team Rubicon during our initial response to the 2010 earthquake in Haiti. Despite his own struggles with PTS, Clay was truly built to serve and did so selflessly. The entire Team Rubicon community felt the loss when Clay ultimately took his own life.
In 2012, we launched the Clay Hunt Fellows Program to honor his legacy of service and to support and lead Greyshirt veterans in achieving their personal and professional goals.
Since then, the program has evolved in countless ways, and the Fellows community is now over 225 alumni strong.
Continuing a Legacy.
A Focus on Veterans
By homing in on the leadership skills from military service, whether a recent exit or service from long ago, CHFP guides Fellows as they adapt to civilian life.
Core Values to Honor Clay
A commitment to growth. Moral integrity. Servant leadership. These three values guide our Fellows and our program.
Fellows must have a willingness to be vulnerable and embrace growth mindsets as they support others and serve the broader community.
Programming that Challenges
The Base Camp curriculum guides and challenges Fellows to uncover who they are and who they want to become.
Fostering opportunities for Fellows to discover their true purpose, the program’s weekly series of independent and group exercises promotes strength, discovery, and self-awareness exploration.
An Unlocked Support System
Throughout and beyond the program, Fellows have the support of other veterans as they continuously grow into more self-aware leaders.
This invaluable network expands with each cohort, adding to the community of like-minded Fellows.