Fully Funded Duke University Youth Interfaith Leaders Fellowship,

Fully Funded Duke University Youth Interfaith Leaders Fellowship, USA 2023-24

Fully Funded Duke University Youth Interfaith Leaders Fellowship, USA 2023-24

Subject: Announcement: Fully Funded Duke University Youth Interfaith Leaders Fellowship, USA 2023-24

Dear [Recipient’s Name],

We would like to draw your attention to the application window for the Fully Funded Duke University Youth Interfaith Leaders Fellowship, USA 2023-24. Below are the essential details regarding this opportunity:

Important Points:

  • Full funding is available.
  • All courses offered at the host institution within respective departments and faculties are eligible for this scholarship.
  • International students are welcome to apply.
  • Fellowship applicants from all backgrounds are eligible.

Brief Description: The fellowship offers a week-long residential course at Duke University, fully sponsored for the next generation of religious leaders. It presents a valuable opportunity for young individuals from diverse backgrounds who are passionate about environmental issues to join a global network of religious activists addressing climate change. Fellows will engage in a variety of activities including expert lectures, interactive sessions, policy discussions, and vocational training, led by renowned experts in religion, climate change, politics, media, and sustainable development.

Application Deadline:

  • The application deadline is August 10, 2023.

Eligible Courses:

  • All courses are eligible for the Fully Funded Duke University Youth Interfaith Leaders Fellowship, USA 2023-24.

Eligible Countries:

  • Students from all nationalities are eligible to apply.

Scholarship Award Benefit:

  • The university will cover all travel, visa, accommodation, and subsistence costs through Faith For Our Planet.

Degree Type:

  • The Fully Funded Duke University Youth Interfaith Leaders Fellowship, USA 2023-24 is for Fellowship applicants.

Number of Awards:

  • There are two available awards.

Eligibility Criteria: Applicants must meet the following criteria to be considered for the Fellowship:

  • Age must be between 20 and 30.
  • Possess an undergraduate degree or be currently enrolled (at least in their third year of study).
  • Preferred degrees include philosophy, religious studies, environment, or related disciplines.
  • Candidates should demonstrate an established local network or the willingness to mobilize one, along with a keen interest in faith-based climate action projects. Additionally, good communication skills, fluency in English, and a strong commitment to diversity, inclusion, and intercultural understanding are highly valued.

Don’t miss out on this exceptional opportunity to contribute to global environmental efforts through faith-based initiatives. For further details and application procedures. HERE

Best regards,

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