Global Citizenship Fellowship
The U.S. Fund for UNICEF launched the Global Citizenship Fellowship in January 2012, uniting and empowering American youth and volunteers in service on behalf of children around the world. The fellowship is a highly-competitive, full-time, two year program that prepares diverse, committed, and globally minded individuals for effective leadership in public service.
Apply to be a Global Citizenship Fellow today! Applications close Monday, February 20, 2017.
All interested applicants are invited to attend one of two upcoming Global Citizenship Fellowship Webinar Info Sessions. These sessions will provide insights on the Global Citizenship Fellowship roles, the application process, answers to your questions, and the opportunity to hear from current Fellows. Register here! Call-in details will be sent to registered participants.
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What do Global Citizenship Fellows do?
Global Citizenship Fellows serve as grassroots and national spokespersons for children and bring together networks of faith-based communities, schools, universities, volunteers, advocates, elected leaders, and others to unite on behalf of children.
Leveraging the U.S. Fund for UNICEF’s existing educational offerings and engagement programs, like UNICEF Kid Power, Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF, End Trafficking, Youth Engagement (which includes High School and Campus Initiative Clubs), Advocacy, and Local Activations, the Global Citizenship Fellows are affecting transformational change in the lives of children around the world, and empowering people to act locally.
Where are the Fellows?
Connect with a Fellow in your region to learn more about how you can get further involved in your community, from hosting an event/fundraiser, putting on a film screening, having a presentation in your classroom, starting a club at your school, volunteering for U.S. Fund events, and much more.