INTERNATIONAL FELLOWS IN PHILANTHROPY
The International Fellows in Philanthropy Program program promotes advanced study, research, and training at the Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies, Center for Civil Society Studies, for a semester (four months) or a full academic year (nine months), for up to eight persons each year. Program participants are involved in studying or managing private, nonprofit, or philanthropic organizations outside the United States, or serve as government or corporate liaisons to the nonprofit sector. Positions in the program are available at Senior and Junior levels of appointment, which are described separately below. The Program also sponsors a Fellows' conference each year in a host country overseas to encourage continuing interchange among Fellows and to assist in broadening understanding of this sector at the international level.
To learn more about International Fellows in Philanthropy, visit their website here.