Eisenhower Fellowships Seeking Outstanding Professionals for Latin America and Caribbean Program in Fall 2019

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Eisenhower Fellowships (EF) announced today it is seeking outstanding midcareer professionals from across Latin America and the Caribbean to travel to the United States on a unique six-week fellowship program in fall of 2019.

Eisenhower Fellows Montserrat Ramiro (Mexico '18) and Sebastian Kind (Argentina '18)

The Latin America and Caribbean Fellows will join an active network of nearly 1,600 influential leaders from government, business, civil society, science, technology, health, education, the arts and journalism who have undergone the Eisenhower Fellowship since the organization’s founding in 1953.

Eisenhower Fellowships (EF) announced today it is seeking outstanding midcareer professionals from across Latin America and the Caribbean to travel to the United States on a unique six-week fellowship program in fall of 2019.

The Latin America and Caribbean program will be Eisenhower Fellowships’ first targeted initiative aimed exclusively at the Western Hemisphere since 2008. The program will bring 20-25 exceptional leaders ages 32-45 from a variety of professional fields to the U.S. for intensive, individualized fellowships.

The Latin America and Caribbean Fellows will come mainly from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Jamaica, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay, but qualified candidates can apply for the fellowship from other nations in the hemisphere. Applications are being accepted until January 15, 2019 and Fellows will be selected in the first trimester of 2019.

The Fellows will gather as a cohort in Philadelphia for an opening seminar of orientation activities in October, 2019, before fanning out across the country to each visit 8-10 American cities and meet with scores of experts in their chosen fields.

They will then return to Philadelphia for a closing seminar of events in November before returning to their home countries to carry out concrete projects with a positive impact on their societies.

The Latin America and Caribbean Fellows will join an active network of nearly 1,600 influential leaders from government, business, civil society, science, technology, health, education, the arts and journalism who have undergone the Eisenhower Fellowship since the organization’s founding in 1953.

Eisenhower Fellowships identifies, empowers and connects innovative leaders through a transformative fellowship experience and lifelong engagement in a global network of dynamic change agents committed to creating a world more peaceful, prosperous and just.

For further information, please contact Susan Kohler Reed at skohler@efworld.org or 215-546-1738.

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