The UCLA Global Citizens Fellowship provides $5000 to UCLA Undergraduate students to pursue a public service project in another country of their choice.
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.
To learn more about this fellowship, students can view our online application workshop, attend our information session at the International Education Week Resource Fair (Thursday, November 16 from 11-11:30am at Ackerman 2408), or meet with our staff by contacting kc Bui.
We are seeking dynamic applicants with creative ideas for humanitarian change around the world to apply by February 2nd, 2018.
For more information or to apply, please visit our website.