Deadline: 21 October 2016
Open to: candidates between 25 and 30 years of age with backgrounds in advocacy, the arts, communications, journalism, education, engineering, governance, law, politics, security, social innovation and other fields from Canada and around to world
Costs: two-year opportunity in Montreal, Canada
As part of the 2017-19 Jeanne Sauvé Public Leadership Program, the Foundation invites bright young change-makers from a wide range of disciplines and sectors from Canada and around to world to take part in a remarkable leadership journey.
Following in the thematic footsteps of the inaugural program, our next cohort of Fellows will explore the complexities of Public Leadership for Culturally Diverse Societies: The Inclusion Imperative. The 2017-19 Jeanne Sauvé Fellows will be invited to collectively explore how public leaders can help diverse societies to thrive by making inclusion of all cultural groups a guiding principle. The Jeanne Sauvé Fellowship is the beginning of a lifelong personal and professional leadership development journey as part of a global community of courageous, connected change-makers.
Candidates between 25 and 30 years of age with backgrounds in advocacy, the arts, communications, journalism, education, engineering, governance, law, politics, security, social innovation and other fields related to public leadership are invited to apply to this program.
- Two-year opportunity;
- It begins with a full-time residential leadership experience in Montreal with a dozen select Public Leadership Fellows, followed by a field phase, in which Fellows return to their respective communities and countries in order to apply the skills and new ideas developed during the residential phase;
- Fellows benefit from intensive leadership development training and support during the residential year and some ongoing support from one another and the Foundation during the field year.
How to apply?
If you want to apply initiate an online application.
The deadline for submission of applications is Friday, October 21, 2016.
You are invited to download our 2017-19 Public Leadership Program graphics and share them on your website and social media feeds.
For more information please visit the official website.