Sunday, July 16, 2017

Pacific Forum CSIS resident fellowships, apps due July 31

Pacific Forum CSIS would like to announce that the following resident fellowships are now open for application. The deadline date to apply is July 31, 2017. A start date in September 2017 is preferable.

Worldwide Support for Development-Handa Haruhisa Fellowship
The WSD-Handa Fellowship program offers both resident and nonresident fellowships to increase East Asian, US, and European participation in Pacific Forum programs and Young Leaders activities. Those interested in this fellowship should have some knowledge of East Asian security and economic developments and policies. The fellowship will give them the opportunity to take a more in-depth look into these issues and gain experience in crafting practical, well-developed methods to improve security and stability. In choosing fellows, we will give special consideration to those from lesser-developed Southeast Asia countries and to those in Europe who focus on East Asia security issues or Japan-related studies. The resident fellowship program is now open for applications. Resident fellows will work in the Pacific Forum office in Honolulu, Hawaii for a period of 3-6 months with the possibility of an extension for up to one year. The program will cover travel expenses and provide a modest stipend to help defray the cost of living in Honolulu. For details and instructions on how to apply, go to:

Candidates should meet the following criteria:
Be from East Asia, Europe or North America
Possess a Bachelor’s degree by start of fellowship

James A. Kelly Korean Studies Fellowship
The James A. Kelly Korean Studies/Fellowship program aims to consolidate, enhance, institutionalize, and build upon the Pacific Forum’s existing Korea-oriented programs. Kelly Fellows focus on Korean Peninsula studies through participation in the Pacific Forum’s Young Leaders program, in-residence research at the Pacific Forum office, and the continuing series of US-ROK and broader tri-/multilateral forums. We are now looking for resident fellows for a term of three months to one year. We are always on the lookout for suitable nonresident fellows, who receive priority consideration for Korea-oriented Young Leaders activities. For details and instructions on how to apply, go to:

Candidates should meet the following criteria:
Possess a Bachelor’s degree by start of fellowship
Have a background and interest in Korea security issues Please go to our website to find out more information about the Pacific Forum CSIS.
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