Deadline: 30 June 2012
The fellowship is an opportunity for community leaders from the NGO sector to learn, build skills and develop networking. The program provides classes and participatory workshops in nonprofit management, leadership and strategic thinking in partnerships with the Picker Center for Executive Education at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs
The 2013 Ford Motor Company International Fellowship of 92nd Street Y is only accepting applications from community leaders who are citizens and residents of China, El Salvador, Ethiopia, Honduras, India, Israel, Lesotho, Nepal, Nicaragua, South Africa and Swaziland.
A successful applicant must demonstrate that he or she:
• is a community leader engaged in the nonprofit sector, either professionally or as a volunteer;
• is successfully addressing issues that affect the community’s well-being; and
• would benefit from an intensive three-week nonprofit management training course in New York.
Download via website:
• Ford Fellowship 2013 Brochure [PDF]
• Ford Fellowship 2013 Application [Word Doc]
• Ford Fellowship 2013 Application [PDF]
Previous Ford Fellows include:
• a South African AIDS educator;
• the president of a Jewish aid society facilitating Bosnia-Herzegovina’s transition to democracy;
• a sustainable development expert from Zimbabwe;
• the founder of an Indian organization that educates women and children working in the silk industry; and
• an Indonesian advocate for ethnic minorities.
The residency takes place Wed, May 29 to Wed, Jun 19, 2013 in New York City. Airfare, accommodations, food, transportation, instruction and other program-related expenses are included in the fellowship and participants receive a small stipend upon arrival.
During the intensive three-week residency, Ford Fellows take classes in areas including nonprofit management strategy and leadership training at Columbia University’s Picker Center for Executive Education. The academic curriculum is complemented by visits to model nonprofits in New York City and meetings with academic, business and government leaders. The experience is enhanced by Fellows’ residency at 92nd Street Y, the world’s first global Jewish community and cultural center. Founded in 1874 and considered a New York landmark, 92nd Street Y annually serves over 300,000 people of all backgrounds, religions, nationalities, ethnicities, races and socio-economic groups.
The Ford Motor Company International Fellowship of 92nd Street Y provides a tremendous opportunity to international community leaders. Please contact Alison Gardy at 212.415.5473 or by email or Mandi Raz at 212.415.5561 or by email if you have any questions.
2012-04-19 15:25:56 UTC
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