Claremont Lincoln University Launches Global Peacemakers Fellowship Program

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Fully funded fellowships will be offered to qualified professionals with the potential to promote peace in areas of conflict in the world. Application deadline is Dec. 2.

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The Global Peacemakers Fellowship Program offers fully funded fellowships in the amount of $15,000 to professionals to pursue a master's degree in Interfaith Action at Claremont Lincoln University.

Global unrest and the mounting need for leaders to seek out non-violent solutions to conflict have prompted Claremont Lincoln University to set up a new scholarship fund to help educate international change-makers for peace.

The Global Peacemakers Fellowship Program offers fully funded fellowships in the amount of $15,000 to professionals to pursue a master’s degree in Interfaith Action at Claremont Lincoln University. Students may choose from several tracks that include designing a final capstone project that promotes international peace in the Middle East, South Asia or Africa through the practice of interfaith engagement.

The M.A. in Interfaith Action degree is intended for leaders in faith-based organizations, religious communities, nonprofit organizations and other public arenas in which religious multiplicity can be a source of conflict, yet also has the potential to become a rich resource for positive change.

The Fellowship Committee encourages applications from international students and students with interdisciplinary research interests in interfaith relations, peace and conflict resolution, religious studies, international affairs, and other closely related fields of study.

“The Interfaith Action program is committed to leading the way in educating and training future peacemakers to apply best practices to negotiate and reconcile the world’s most challenging conflicts,” said Darrell Ezell, Director of Interfaith Action.

Applicants must hold a minimum GPA of 3.5, along with meeting all admissions requirements of Claremont Lincoln University. Visit for more information. To begin the application process, call 909-667-4400 or email fellowships(at)claremontlincoln(dot)org.

Applications will be reviewed by a committee and awards will be based on relevant experience, exceptional letters of recommendation and promise of academic excellence. Priority deadline to submit all admissions and fellowship materials is Dec. 2. Applications received after Dec. 2 will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis.

To help support the fellowship program and be a part of this solution, consider a donation by calling 909-667-4421 or by visiting

About Claremont Lincoln University
Claremont Lincoln University is a graduate institution that immerses students in a dynamic learning community that leverages pluralistic perspectives to promote richer thinking toward transformation. Our mission is to put wisdom to work in the world, and our proprietary Claremont Core methodology enriches the learning experience with mindfulness, dialogue, collaboration and change, enabling students across a variety of sectors to implement change for good. The university offers master’s degrees in Ethical Leadership, Interfaith Action and Social Impact.

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