Their Fellowship offers emerging leaders a rigorous, interdisciplinary program on ways to be a different kind of leader, a leader that connects and cares for self, extends genuine compassion to others, and works for our common humanity. Fellows cultivate practices in mind training for increasing self-awareness, self-care, and resilience, for connecting with others and working across differences, and in building solutions for generations to come.
Over the course of a year, with the support of mentors and coaches, each Fellow designs and implements an original Field Project addressing a global challenge. Upon graduation, Fellows join a LifeLong Community, where they connect with and support each other while continuing to advance their leadership journeys.
Dalai Lama Fellows cultivates and supports a global movement of next-generation leaders applying universal values to solve global challenges.
Benefits for the Fellowship programme:
1.His Holiness the Fourteenth Dalai Lama has authorized Dalai Lama Fellows to award these Fellowships and grants in his name. While the Dalai Lama Trust funds a small percentage of the program, private donors fund the majority.
2.They encourage Fellows to search for and develop other creative sources of project funding and their program coach can serve as a guide in this area.
3.They do not offer to fund projects. Based on what they have learned from six years of programming, they have gleaned that the most meaningful elements of our program for Fellows are our curriculum, our coaching, and our global community.
1.Fellows must expect to set aside approximately 10 hours a month to engage with and learn from our Head, Heart, Hands curriculum.
2.You don’t have to be Buddhist, Dalai Lama Fellows is a secular and ecumenical organization. We are equal opportunity in outlook, and value diversity in both background and perspectives.
3.In some cases, we accept applications from individuals that are no longer enrolled in school but that fall in this age range and that are committed to working in social change.
4.Their define next generation leaders as individuals that are born between 1980-1995.
5.Their program is focused on next-generation leaders who are enrolled in undergraduate and graduate schools at the time of applying and who intend to be enrolled and on campus during their Fellowship year.
Eligible Regions: Open for all countries.
Application Deadline: January 31, 2018
2.Applicant Background and Overview
Apply online through the given link.
For more information please visit their official website.