This summer program combines internships with socially innovative organizations in Geneva and London, and an intensive academic course on global social innovation. The 2015 cohort will mark the inaugural class of the “Global Social Innovation Fellows.” It is open to graduate students attending schools of public policy and administration, business, environment, public health, and other professional programs.
The Duke Program on Global Policy and Governance in Geneva, Switzerland is the only program of its kind. It prepares graduate and professional students from around the world to tackle the world’s most pressing policy challenges. Through summer internships and an intensive, one-week course, fellows gain unparalleled access to UN agencies and other leading Geneva-based institutions.
The summer program includes:
- Four fellowship tracks
- A Policy Internship of 7-12 weeks
- A choice of four intensive, one-week courses
- Events throughout the summer to network and socialize with other policy interns and experts
- An engaged cohort of students with similar interests in global policy
Applications are due November 24 by 11:59pm EST.
Join us for an information webinar on Friday, October 17th at 12pm EST (the webinar will cover all 4 program tracks--Global Health; Environment, Energy, and Economics; Humanitarian Action; and Global Social Innovation).
Please RSVP to Maggie Woods at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to attend.