Deadline: January 1, 2020
The application for the DHSF (Draper Hills Summer Fellowship) program 2020 is open. Launched in 2005, the Draper Hills Summer Program (DHSF) is a three-week intensive educational program hosted annually at Stanford University's Democracy, Development and Related Center. Rule of law. The dates for the 2020 Draper Hills Summer Fellows program are from Sunday, July 12, 2020 to Friday, July 31, 2020.
The program comprises a group of 25 to 30 intermediate practitioners in the fields of law, politics, government, private enterprise, civil society and international development in all regions of the world. This training program provides a unique forum for new leaders to exchange experiences and receive academic training to enrich their knowledge and advance their work.
During the three weeks during the summer, colleagues participate in academic seminars, exposing them to the theory and practice of democracy, development and the rule of law. Provided by the Stanford faculty of Stanford Law School, the Graduate School of Business, and the Department of Economics and Political Science, this seminar will help new leaders explore new institutional models and frameworks to improve their ability to promote democratic change in their countries. .
Guest speakers from private foundations, think tanks, government and judicial systems provide practitioners' perspectives on such urgent matters on site. Summer Fellows visits Silicon Valley technology companies such as Benetech, Google, and Twitter to see how technology tools and social media platforms are used to promote democratic practices globally. The program is funded by generous support from Bill Draper and Ingrid von Mangoldt Hills.
- Stanford pays for accommodation, meals and transportation during the program.
- Stanford asks all applicants to be prepared to contribute to the cost of participating in the association if selected. Typically this comes in the form of a co-worker dealing with round-trip airfare for the program. In the past, some colleagues have asked employers to pay Stanford travel subsidies based on the benefits that training can contribute to professional and organizational development. You may also decide to support these costs after the selection decision is made in April 2019.
- There is a small travel fund for people who can not support travel under any circumstances or do not need to apply for partial subsidies. Priority for travel funds is provided on an as-needed basis and is a destination with an enormous amount of airfare going to California.
- Open to intermediate practitioners who actively work in the areas of democracy, development and the rule of law;
- Applicants can work as policy makers, scholars, legal experts, social entrepreneurs, leaders of entrepreneurs and civil society organizations, for example, trade unions, non-governmental organizations, media, business and professional association representatives.
- At present, applicants must play an important and influential role in the development of their political, economic and social communities.
- Participants must demonstrate professional and personal achievements in the relevant democracy, development and rule of law fields.
- Applicants must be over 28 years old at the start of fellowship in July 2020.
- Practical knowledge of English is an important prerequisite for participation in the program. Each employee must have a definite command to speak and speak English to fully benefit and participate in the program.
To apply to the Draper Hills Summer Fellows program, create an account through the online portal. You should contact two references to provide a recommendation letter to support your candidacy for the program.
The application contains the following sections:
- Applicant Information
- Academic and Career Information
- CV / CV
- Essay Questions
- English ability
- Submit video
- Financial information
- Letter of recommendation
- Personal authentication
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