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Annual Senior Fellowship Competition - (Jennings Randolph Senior Fellowship Program) - #91.003

Citizens of any country may apply. Non-U.S. Citizens without permanent resident status must obtain a J-1 exchange visitor visa to participate in the Fellowship Program. J-1 status requires recipients to reside in their home country for two years following the fellowship before applying for the H or L visa, or for permanent residency in the United States. There is no specific educational degree requirement for Senior Fellowship candidates. Fellows come from a variety of professional backgrounds and from early, middle, and late stages of their careers. Joint applications (two or more applicants for a single project) will not be accepted. The following examples suggest the range of eligible candidates: * Government and Nongovernment Pracitioners in international security, peacebuilding, and public affairs, such as diplomats, negotiators, mediators, government policymakers and administrators, military officials, officials and professional staff of international organizations, international lawyers, community leaders, businesspersons, labor leaders, clergy, and leaders in health and humanitarian affairs; * Scholars and Researchers, such as college and university professors, policy analysts in governmental or non-government research organizations, and independent consultants and writers; * Media and Communications Specialists such as journalists, editors, and producers in print, television, radio, and other communications media.




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