Continue study in Egypt, Tunisia, and Jordan. Great news! Lazord Fellowship is currently open. This post will provide a detailed explanation of Lazard Fellowship, its benefits, and the step-by-step application procedure.
Lazord Fellowship 2023 is a fully-funded scholarship available to international students. The scholarship is available for one year of training. The scholarship offers the fellow a monthly living allowance (based on living costs in the area) and a reasonable housing allowance (based on the location of the fellow and requirements ).
As you become a Lazord Fellow, you’d be part of a multi-dimensional program that aims to help its participants build awareness of civic engagement and enhance their leadership skills and technical capabilities in every field for their future careers. The program achieves its goal through mentoring, offering employment opportunities for organizations committed to promoting the common good, and enhancing educational opportunities.
If you’re an innovative leader who intends to create ideas to bring about social change in areas like education and women’s rights, entrepreneurial as well as corporate involvement, youth in addition to human rights, then you should apply.
- Level of Study: Training / Non-degree Program
- Institution(s):Lazord partners
- Research 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.
- Skills for business.
Lazard Fellowship provides the recipient with the following advantages:
- You will be hosted for a year at a local non-profit or for-profit organization as an employee full-time.
- Get an income stipend (based on the local cost of living) and an affordable house cost stipend (based on the placement of the fellow and requirements).
- Get networking opportunities with prominent and experienced professionals from every industry, including international and local.
- Get monthly mentoring sessions with mentors of professional experience with an experience in civil society.
- Get at least 15 training sessions led by prominent civil society leaders and professional trainers on civil society and leadership subjects, project management group building, leadership techniques, and many more.
- Participate in the annual, closing, and opening international conferences, along with fellows from the regional cohort from all three countries.
Eligibility Criteria for Lazard Fellowship
To be eligible for Lazord Fellowship, the candidate must satisfy the requirements listed below:
- Required Language: English
- Eligible Countries: All World Countries.
- Be aware that if you are a non-native (including those from conflict zones), you need to have official residency status in the local area and work within the nation that is the fellowship for that you’re applying.
- All graduates of public universities are eligible for any university branch.
- For graduates of private universities, a need-based scholarship is granted for a minimum of two years.
- If you graduated in 2019 or shortly after.
- Make sure you are available at the Annual International Conference from September 21 until September 27.
- Males who apply from Egypt must either be exempted from military duty, have been issued the exemption certificate, or have completed 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 those from conflict zones) with local residency status and authorization to work in the country for which 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 wish to join.
(2) (2). Fill in the application form with:
- Information about you.
- Prior experiences in civic engagement and leadership.
- The list of honors and awards you’ve been awarded.
- One-paragraph introduction to yourself.
- Personal Statement no under 800 words, and not greater than 1500 words regarding the social issue (economic or social, political or cultural) with which you are concerned and your theories of change.
- Valid Passport (Optional).
To learn more concerning Lazord Fellowship, please visit the official website: