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PFP (Professional Fellows Program) Exchange Program 2018, USA

American Councils for International Education

American Councils Armenia


Deadline:

March 30, 2018


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PFP (Professional Fellows Program) Exchange Program 2018, USA

The Professional Fellows Program provides five- to six-weeks professional fellowship placements in the U.S., matched to your professional goals; professional partnership opportunities after your return; all travel and living arrangements; a stay with a U.S. host family, and follow-on activities for both you and your professional partner after the fellowship ends.

ELIGIBILITY

To be eligible for PFP, applicants must:

  • be a citizen and currently reside in Armenia. Applicants living outside of their country of citizenship will not be considered eligible to apply;
  • be 25 to 35 years of age at the time of application;
  • be a college graduate (equivalent of a Bachelor’s degree or higher);
  • be proficient in English. If applicants are selected as a semi-finalist American Councils will give them an institutional TOEFL exam, unless they have a valid TOEFL score over 500 (paper test) or over 60 (IBT test) or its equivalent (for example, valid IELTS band 6 or higher);
  • have at least two years relevant experience in and commitment to a career in the public sector and/or nonprofit sector (e.g., legislative, executive, and NGOs that address policy issues); and
  • have demonstrated leadership and collaborative skills.

PFP goals are to:

  • strengthen understanding of the U.S. governance and society;
  • enhance appreciation of the role of civil society plays in shaping public policy and holding government accountable;
  • create partnerships between institutions in the U.S. and Armenia; and
  • establish a common language to develop practical solutions for shared problems and concerns.

Applications accepted from employees of:

  • NGOs, especially those involved in public policy making and legislation

  • Social innovation and entrepreneurship

  • Businesses active in corporate social responsibility

  • Government—local , state, and federal

  • Quasi-governmental, if involved in policy and legislation, citizen involvement, and anti-corruption efforts

The Professional Fellows Program (PFP) is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State.

In Armenia, PFP is administered by American Councils for International Education.

For more information click "LINK TO ORIGINAL" below. 


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Publish Date
February 08, 2018




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