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FAIR Girls Fellowship Program:

The FAIR Girls fellowship program is an intensive 12-week program designed to prepare future leaders in the anti trafficking experience.  While most fellowships take place in Washington, D.C., select international fellowship opportunities are available in FAIR Girls’ global offices for young professionals and students with appropriate language skills. Applicants should be able to commit a minimum of 15 hours per week unless stated otherwise. All fellowships are unpaid unless otherwise indicated.There are three fellowship cycles per year: Winter/Spring (January – May), Summer (June – August), and Fall (September – December).   

Please click here to download a copy of the fellowship application.

Please send materials to the email address listed for the specific fellowship you are applying for. 

Summer 2015

Deadline to Apply: May 1, 2015.  Applications are strongly encouraged to apply early as decisions are made on a rolling basis.

Fall 2015

Deadline to Apply: August 1, 2015. Applications are strongly encouraged to apply early as decisions are made on a rolling basis.

Winter/Spring 2015

Deadline to Apply: December 15, 2014. Applications are strongly encouraged to apply early as decisions are made on a rolling basis.

General Requirements:  

FAIR Girls is seeking individuals with a strong passion to work in the anti trafficking and girl’s empowerment arena.  These individuals should be highly motivated, organized, possess a professional demeanor, be reliable and organized, be able to commit to the entirety of the fellowship experience, and have a sense of compassion for girls at risk of or surviving human trafficking.

Applications: 

Please send your current resume including two references, a short writing sample, and a cover letter explaining your specific interest in working with FAIR Girls, including area of concentration, and your specific interest in the area of combating modern day slavery. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed. You will be notified by email if you are selected for an interview.  Please send materials to the email address listed for the specific fellowship you are applying for. 

Available Fellowships for 2015:
(Click on each fellowship for more information)

 

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