[Blueboard] Humbert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program 2006-2007

Joanna Ruiz jruiz at ateneo.edu
Mon Apr 25 13:59:32 PHT 2005


The Philippine-American Educational Foundation (PAEF) is now accepting
applications for the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program for 2006-2007.

The program brings accomplished professionals from developing country to the
United States at a midpoint in their careers for a year of study and related
practical professional experiences. Fellowships are granted competitively to
candidates with a commitment to public service in both the public and
private sectors. The program is designed to meet the requirements of policy
makers, planners, and managers who have a public service orientation, are
committed to their country's development, and have demonstrated leadership

Applicants may come from the following areas: agricultural
development/agricultural economics; communications/journalism; drug abuse
education, treatment, and prevention; economic development; educational
planning and administration; HIV/AIDS policy and prevention; human resource
management; law and human rights; natural resources and environmental
managementl nonproliferation studies; public health policy and management;
public policy analysis and public administration; teaching of English as a
Foreign Language (teacher training or curriculum development); technology
policy and management; trafficking of persons; prevention of trafficking in
persons and policy; and urban and regional planning.

The Humphrey program is not intended for technicians or research-oriented
professionals. Candidates should have demonstrated ability to achieve
positions of significant responsibility and have the promise of assuming
future leadership roles.

Interested applicants may proceed to the Academic Vice President's Office,
Rm. 201, 2/F Xavier Hall for information sheets and application forms.
Application forms may also be downloaded from the PAEF website at
www.paef.org.ph. Completed application requirements must received at the
PAEF on or before July 15, 2005.

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