You can pursue study in Egypt, Tunisia, and Jordan. Great news! Lazord Fellowship is currently open. This article will discuss Lazord Fellowship 2023, its benefits, and the step-by-step application procedure.
Lazord Fellowship 2023 is a fully-funded scholarship for international students. The scholarship is available for one year of training. This scholarship will provide the fellow with a daily stipend (based on living costs in the area) and a reasonable housing allowance (based on the placement of the fellow and requirements ).
As you become a Lazord Fellow, you’d be part of a multi-dimensional program that enables fellows to develop an awareness of the importance of civic engagement and develop their leadership skills and technical capabilities in every field for their future careers. The program achieves its goal by providing mentorship, facilitating employment opportunities for organizations committed to improving the public good, and providing enriched educational opportunities.
If you’re a visionary leader who intends to create ideas to bring about social change in areas like education and women’s rights, social entrepreneurs and corporate involvement, youth, and human rights, then you have to apply.
- Level of Study: Training / Non-degree Program
- Institution(s):Lazord partners
- Studied in Egypt, Tunisia, Jordan
- Program Time: One year
- Deadline: June 20, 2022
- Women’s rights.
- Civil society.
- Management of projects.
- Social entrepreneurship.
- Corporate engagement.
- Human rights.
- Team building.
- Business skills.
Lazard Fellowship provides the recipient with the following advantages:
- Get a year of hosting at a local non-profit or for-profit company as an employee with full-time status.
- You will receive an income stipend (based on the cost of living in the area) and an affordable living cost stipend (based on the placement of the fellow and financial needs).
- Network with influential and professional people from every industry, including international and local.
- Get monthly mentoring sessions with experienced mentors who have previous experience in civil society.
- Get at least 15 training sessions with influential civil society leaders and expert trainers covering a variety of subjects related to civil society projects, project management, leadership group building, leadership techniques, and many more.
- Participate in the annual closing and opening of international conferences and fellows from the regional cohort from all three countries.
Eligibility Criteria for Lazard Fellowship 2023
To be eligible to apply for Lazord Fellowship, the candidate must meet the requirements listed below:
- Required Language: English
- Eligible Countries: All World Countries.
- Please note that if you are a national of a different country (including people from conflict areas), you need to have official residency status in the local area and a permit to be employed in the state that is the fellowship you’re applying for.
- Graduates of public universities are Open to all graduates of any university branch.
- For graduates of private universities, Need-based scholarships are awarded for a minimum of two years.
- In 2019, or later.
- Attend the Annual International Conference from September 21 until September 27.
- Males who apply from Egypt must either be exempted from service in the military, have already had the exemption certificate, or complete their military service.
- Evidence-based evidence of civic engagement.
- Are you ready to commit to an all-year fellowship in September 2022?
- You must be a citizen of the country or a foreign national (including people from conflict areas) with local residency status and permission to work in the country for which the fellowship you’re applying.
How do I apply to be considered for Lazord Fellowship?
Follow the steps below to apply for Lazord Fellowship:
(1) Complete an Online Application Form to join the local partner institution you would like to join.
(2) (2). Fill in the application form with:
- Information about you.
- Prior experiences in civic engagement and leadership.
- A list of the most prestigious distinctions and awards that you’ve received.
- One-paragraph introduction to you.
- Personal Statement of not more than 800 words and not over 1500 words regarding the cause (economic or social, political or cultural) you are concerned about and your theories of change.
- Valid Passport (Optional).
To learn more regarding Lazord Fellowship, please visit the official website: