"The CWFL Fellowship Program is an innovative 2-year program that offers women of faith the opportunity to increase their capacity and leadership skills, in order to more fully impact global affairs, peace-building and conflict resolution. Fellows will learn from one another, and from a network of experts, in order to enhance their leadership, cross-cultural communication, and negotiation skills, while leveraging their expertise and networks in order to influence and educate multiple audiences and stakeholders. The Fellowship concludes with a capstone project where Fellows work together, applying their skills and networks to a particular issue/challenge. In the process these Fellows demonstrate how women of faith can play integral roles in decision-making in global affairs, while also building a global movement of women educated and equipped to be difference makers both in analyzing problems and implementing practical solutions."
The fellowship includes conferences held in Washington D.C., as well as online training. For a detailed description of the fellowship and schedule, please see the CWFL Fellowship Application.
Applications must be submitted by December 20, 2014, and fellowship recipients will be contacted by January 30, 2015.
Questions may be directed to Kristen Lundquist, Program Officer with the Center for Women, Faith & Leadership at email@example.com.