We Are Hiring 2017 Peace Fellows!

The Advocacy Project is recruiting graduate students to serve with AP’s partner organizations for 10 weeks in the summer of 2017. All fellows will receive a $1,000 stipend and $250 for travel/translation where appropriate. There are no geographic or nationality limitations. 

The deadline for applying is March 17th, 2017. Check out the job descriptions hereread the FAQs here, and apply through the box below. All Fellows will be asked to attend a week of skills-training from experts in Washington in late May, and complete two evaluations. All applicants are asked for a $25 application fee, to cover servicing costs.

Please read the FAQs before applying and contact our staff with questions:

Email: fellowships@advocacynet.org or call: Tel: +1 202 758 3328.


 Apply by March 17th!

Meet Our Peace Fellows  

1. Go to the Programs  page and choose which partner(s) you’d like to work with.

2. Fill out the Application Form and email a resume and cover letter to: fellowships@advocacynet.org.

3. List Fellowship(s) # as the subject line of your email.  Apply for your top three positions in order of preference.

4. Pay $25 application fee by clicking the donate button on the top right of this page and follow instructions. 

For more information, check  FAQs  or email: fellowships@advocacynet.org


Fellows for Peace is the only fellowship program that matches the skills and capabilities of graduate students with the needs of community-based advocates for peace and human rights. Since 2003, AP has deployed 285 Peace Fellows. Read about their experiences here. Working through their hosts, this year’s Fellows will:

•Help survivors of sexual violence to sell their soap in Mali

•Support families affected by Agent Orange in Vietnam 

•Build an accessible toilet for students with disability in Uganda

•Rescue children from the brick kilns in Nepal

•Screen 2,000 village women for uterine prolapse in Nepal

•Train wives of the disappeared in Nepal to produce embroidery

•Train refugee women in Jordan to produce embroidery

•Work with children to resolve conflict between pastoralists in northern Kenya

In addition to supporting programs, Fellows will also provide technical support to their hosts in the form of services, which have been specially designed by AP. The host organizations have identified the services they need and Fellows will use this to draw up their work plans. AP services cover story-telling, program management, IT and social media. organization-strengthening, fundraising, and international outreach.

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