Application Due Date: December 31, 2018.
The US-MEPI Trainee Leaders Program provides impressive undergrads from throughout the MENA area an extensive management training course of roughly 5 weeks in the United States from June 26– July 31,2019 The program highlights lessons in participatory governance and the application of management abilities.
The Trainee Leaders program is an extensive management program for as much as 60 undergraduate and college students from the Middle East and North Africa. Trainees are divided amongst U.S. scholastic organizations where they establish management abilities and broaden their understanding of civil society and participatory governance and how both might be used in their house neighborhoods. Individuals have the chance to satisfy their American peers, participate in regional social work activities, and observe and participate in the governmental procedure on the regional, state, and federal levels. The program consists of scholastic coursework, along with research study trips to different areas of the United States.
Upon conclusion of the U.S.-based program, individuals are mentored by the program implementer to take advantage of their experiences through sponsored alumni activities developed to result favorable social modification in their house nations roughly 6 months after the U.S. part of the program. A competitive follow-on accelerator workshop might be kept in the area upon conclusion of the U.S.-based program.
Trainees from the list below nations are qualified to use: Algeria, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, and Tunisia.
- This program is open to college student in between the ages of 20 and24 US-MEPI look for a gender-balanced swimming pool of prospects and offer choice to typically under-served individuals. While candidates might be undergraduate or college students in any field of scholastic expertise, it is vital that they show a major interest in pursuing management chances in their house nations and show a desire to deepen their civic engagement.
- Those who have actually formerly taken a trip to the U.S. or studied abroad are disqualified. Candidates must show adequate English-language abilities to take part in U.S. university-level classes and need to be registered in and participating in a university in their house nations. At the time of application and while taking part in the program, individuals can not hold U.S. citizenship or be a U.S. Legal Permanent Citizen.
- Expenditures for the program are completely paid by the U.S. Department of State.
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