Campus deadline: October 21, 2013 (Application, letters of recommendation, and transcript/s turned in to Fellowships office Howarth 114)
National deadline: November 6, 2013, postmark date
Award summary and conditions: Mission: Princeton in Africa seeks to develop young leaders committed to Africa’s advancement. To accomplish this, we offer opportunities for service through fellowships with a variety of organizations that work across the African continent.
Note: PiAf is committed to ensuring that all applicants are able to participate in the fellowship program without regard to need. Students with demonstrated financial need should speak directly with PiAf. We will work with applicants to ensure that financial considerations do not prevent any applicant selected for a fellowship from participating.
Application process: hardcopy and electronic
Faculty Representative: Greta Austin
National committee interview: Yes
Selection and announcement dates:
March-April: Applicants notified of status
May: Placements finalized
June-September: Fellowships begin
Each applicant is required to meet with Fellowships Director, Sharon Chambers-Gordon in Howarth 114 (send an email to email@example.com for an appointment).