The UCLA Global Citizens Fellowship is an opportunity for UCLA Undergraduate students to pursue a public service project in any country of their choice with funding up to $5000.
Previous Fellows established emergency medical call boxes in Uganda, created an improved math program in Zambia, developed a digital literacy program in Ecuador, built a sustainable snail farm for children with intellectual developmental disabilities in Togo, and instructed first-aid and CPR courses in Romania.
Students are required to attend one of the application workshops listed below. If students are unable to attend a workshop, they can arrange for alternate workshops by contacting KC Bui at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, October 21 from 1-2pm in the Student Activities Center (SAC), Conference room 2 (basement level)
Friday, November 18 from 1-2pm 2pm in the Student Activities Center (SAC), Conference room 1 (basement level)
We are seeking dynamic applicants with creative ideas for humanitarian change around the world to apply by February 3rd, 2017.
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