Call for Nonprofit Leaders: International Fellows Program

February 23, 2009 at 7:06 pm

Deadline: April 1, 2009

Atlas Service Corps ( is accepting applications for its 2009-10 Atlas Corps International Fellowship Program.

Atlas Corps is seeking the best mid-career nonprofit leaders in Latin America, India, Southeast Asia, and the United States to apply for a one-year overseas volunteer fellowship. Fellows from overseas will be placed at nonprofit organizations in Washington, D.C., including Ashoka, Asian American LEAD, CentroNía, the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children, Population Action International, and Service For Peace. Fellows from the U.S. will be placed at host organizations in Bogota, Colombia, including Give to Colombia and Oxfam GB.

The 2009-10 program begins in early September with a weeklong orientation and training session and will provide a full-time on-the-job training experience as well as knowledge and skill- building opportunities aimed at creating future nonprofit leaders.

Each fellow will receive assistance in applying for a J-1/travel visa, international travel to and from the host placement, a modest living stipend, medical insurance, and a $2,500 end-of- service award.

Successful applicants will have three or more years of experience in the nonprofit sector, a bachelor’s degree, excellent written and verbal English skills, and be committed to returning to their home country at the end of the program. (Applicants to Colombia must also be fluent in Spanish.)

Complete information on eligibility requirements and the application process is available at the Atlas Corps Web site.

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