Deadline: 4 July 2020
Open to: young professionals in the Arab and Mediterranean region
Benefits: the fellow is placed for one year in a locally-based organization working on projects pertaining to the improvement of the common good
The Lazord Fellowship is a program that provides recent graduates with professional and civic skills through year-long job placements, mentoring, and training by local partners. This competency outcome focuses on developing the fellows capacity to operate effectively in any professional environment and be an added value to his/her organization by bringing in program management skills around an articulated theory of change.
- Open for young professionals in the Arab and Mediterranean region in 3 countries: Egypt, Jordan, and Tunisia.
- For public universities graduates: open to all graduates from any field;
- For private university graduates: need-based scholarship granted for at least 2 years;
- Having graduated in 2018 or after;
- Proven record of being civically engaged;
- Ready to commit to a one-year full-time fellowship starting September 2020;
- Be available to attend the annual International Conference from September 21 to September 25;
- Have local residency status and authorization to work in the country of the fellowship to which you are applying.
Lazord Fellowship creates leadership and professional development opportunities for recent college graduates by connecting them with local internships, trainings, mentoring, and professional networks. The fellow is placed for one year in a locally-based organization working on projects pertaining to the improvement of the common good.
How to apply?
For more information please visit the official website.