Penn State students are invited by the Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE) to apply for the CIEE Frederick Douglass Global Fellowship for summer 2022. This highly competitive academic program is open to students at any U.S. university or college who meet the eligibility requirements established by CIEE. The cohort size will be 16 global fellows who will study a three-credit course in transformational leadership across cultures in Ireland in summer 2022.
Frederick Douglass Global Fellows will explore conflict and injustice from various perspectives and the leaders who sought to affect positive change for their communities and their countries. Fellows will return to America with new perspectives on how effective leaders influence positive social change and inspired to be the catalyst for positive change in their communities and in our world.
The Fellowship honors the legacy of the abolitionist and statesman who himself traveled abroad in 1845 and experienced first-hand efforts to overcome religious injustice, gender injustice and racial injustice. He returned to America in 1847 transformed and inspired to agitate for positive social change.
This Fellowship is a fully funded summer study abroad program designed for students of color as part of CIEE’s commitment to open doors for all students from all backgrounds. This program is managed entirely by CIEE. The University does, however, offer administrative and advising support to all students applying to programs listed on Penn State’s education abroad portfolio.
More information is available at the CIEE website for the Frederick Douglass Global Fellowship program.
Interested students must submit a brief expression of interest on the Penn State Education Abroad website and the full application for admission on the CIEE Frederick Douglass Global Fellowship program page by February 14, 2022, to be considered for summer 2022 admission.
Join CIEE for a virtual information session about this exciting opportunity!
When: Jan 20, 2022, 04:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
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