The HRH Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal ISNA Fellowship Program offers the opportunity to receive education and training in non-profit management and philanthropy and prepares Muslims graduate students to become effective and knowledgeable leaders of non-profit organizations in North America.
Fellows will be given the opportunity to study non-profit management, fundraising, capacity development, and other relevant fields. These courses will be taken at the Indiana University Center on Philanthropy or other similar accredited institutions of higher education and centers of philanthropic studies.
# Fellows will be required to participate in a 5 day orientation and training in May.
# In addition to a full-time academic schedule, fellows must be able to complete an internship with a local non-profit organization.
# Fellows must be enrolled in a qualifying Master¿s degree program by Fall semester, (preference will be given to applicants enrolled at Indiana University programs in non-profit studies or philanthropy).
# Applicants will submit 2 letters of recommendation along with their application and essay.
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Funder: Islamic Society of North America
Stage of Study:
Citizenship: International, U.S. Citizen