The Penn Kemble Forum Fellowship 2020 - 2021, National Endowment for Democracy, USA


Deadline:

July 22, 2020

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The Penn Kemble Forum Fellowship

ABOUT THE PENN KEMBLE FORUM ON DEMOCRACY

The Penn Kemble Forum on Democracy promotes bipartisan conversation among young foreign policy leaders in Washington, DC. The Forum is an opportunity for them to share ideas across sectors and explore the role of democracy and human rights within the context of a broad range of policy questions.

The Forum convenes monthly for off-the-record dinner conversations led by foreign policy experts, government officials (past and present), and democracy practitioners. Penn Kemble Fellows have met with Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad, Dr. Francis Fukuyama, Azar Nafisi (Reading Lolita in Tehran), and many others.

Requirements

  • Fellows need to be based in Washington, DC.
  • Fellows need to be available to attend a Saturday morning retreat held at the NED offices in mid-September. Please note for the 2020-2021 Cohort, this retreat may be held virtually.
  • Fellows are expected to attend a minimum of two-thirds of the monthly round tables. Attendance at other events (such as happy hours and career development seminars) is optional.

Application Process

Applicants are asked to complete the application form below, which includes the following required documents:

  • Current resume
  • A statement of interest (500 words maximum) describing how the applicant will contribute to and benefit from the Forum
  • Letter of recommendation from a current or former employer or academic supervisor detailing the applicant’s intellectual and analytical abilities, international commitment or experience, and personal qualities

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Publish Date
July 01, 2020
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