If this describes you, apply now to the Emerging Leaders International Fellows Program and U.S. Diversity Fellowship (Monday September 22 - Friday December 12, 2014.)
This is a leadership development opportunity for emerging Third-Sector practitioners to support community philanthropy and help build local grant making capacity in their home countries.
Fellows will come to New York City for a three-month program that includes lectures and intensive sessions with leading practitioners. Visit community foundations and other grant making organizations to learn about their day-to-day workings. Meet prominent figures in the philanthropy/foundation community. Join a network of 185 alumni from 61 countries. Link with national and international networks of people, organizations and resources. Produce a research paper reflecting strategies for strengthening community-based grant making.
About Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society
Founded in September 1986, the Center's mission is to strengthen philanthropy and civil society through education, research and leadership training. Located amid the nation's largest concentration of foundations, corporate donors and local, national and international nonprofit organizations, the Center serves as a base for research and ongoing interchange among scholars and practitioners in the field. The Center's activities are interdisciplinary, with an emphasis on multicultural, women's and international philanthropy. Within this framework, the Center sponsors seminars, conferences and lectures; fellowships; research projects; and publications.