Deadline: Deadline to apply to HKS: December 1, 2016; Deadline to apply for the Fellowship: February 28, 2017

Contact
Barbara Best

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Student fellowship programs are at the heart of the Center for Public Leadership’s mission to forge leaders capable of solving the world’s most pressing problems across the sectors of business, government, and civil society. Offering tuition support and an intensive leadership development program, our nine fellowship programs are magnets for some of our world’s most promising emerging leaders and action-oriented change agents.

Applying for a CPL fellowship is a two-step process. Students must first apply for admission at Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard Graduate School of Education, or Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Students then apply for a CPL fellowship. Please visit the CPL website for deadline information.

Bacon Fellowship: For students from the government, business and NGO communities dedicated to preserving and enhancing our shared environment.
 
Dubin Fellowship: For students who have demonstrated the ability to thrive in the face of adversity and who are committed to forging transformative change in their communities.
 
Emirates Fellowship: For student leaders from the UAE and across the Arab world pursuing advanced training in public management and leadership development.
 
George Fellowship: For students pursuing joint degrees at Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Business School in their third year who are designing their final capstone experience.
 
Gleitsman Fellowship: For students who seek to become social innovators and agents of social change.
 
Johnson Fellowship: For students dedicated to improving the lives of African American and other historically under-resourced communities in the United States.
 
Rubenstein Fellowship: For first year joint degree students at Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Business School preparing for careers in cross-sector leadership.
 
Wexner Fellowship: For outstanding mid-career leaders serving in the government and public sector in Israel.  
 
Zuckerman Fellowship: For students who hold or are working toward degrees in business, law or medicine to obtain a master’s degree from Harvard Kennedy School, Harvard Graduate School of Education, or Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Students must be United States citizens or legal permanent residents to qualify for the Zuckerman Fellowship.

Questions? Contact:
Barbara Best
Director of Student and Fellows Programs
Center for Public Leadership
barbara_best@hks.harvard.edu

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