CALL FOR APPLICATIONS FOR THE CHANGING FACES WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP SEMINAR IN HONOLULU, USA
IMPORTANT: Your application will not be complete until all of the following are submitted:
- Letter of Interest (maximum three pages) with the following details:
- A brief description of your company/organization and your role
- What you expect both to contribute and to gain from participating in Changing Faces
- Concrete example(s) of professional leadership and innovation
- Demonstrated potential for impact within your community
- Identify a priority goal either for your organization or community and outline the role you can or would like to play in achieving that goal. *NOTE* This will serve as the basis of your Action Plan for the coming year.
- Resume/CV (maximum two pages)
- Two Professional Letters of Recommendation describing your suitability for the seminar. The letters should be signed and on letterhead.
- Completed application form.
Return by Monday, February 20, 2017 via:
All documents of the application dossier including the application form, the letter of interest, the cv and the recommendations need to be sent as attachments and/or as scanned documents by email to:
For information or clarification call: 011 256 4153 or 011 256 4176
PLEASE NOTE: Indicate “Changing Faces Application” in the email subject heading.
Late applications will be not considered
Changing Faces Leadership grants for candidates from Sri Lanka are a collaboration between the East West Center and the US-Sri Lanka Fulbright Commission (US-SLFC). The grants are funded by the US-Sri Lanka Fulbright Commission.
The US-SLFC was founded in 1952 by an Agreement between the Government of the United States of America and the Government of Ceylon for the administration of educational exchange programmes in Sri Lanka. The programme aims to promote cultural understanding between the United States and Sri Lanka through mutual academic exchange.
East-West Center promotes better relations and understanding among the people and nations of the United States, Asia, and the Pacific through cooperative study, research, and dialogue. Established by the U.S. Congress in 1960, the Center serves as a resource for information and analysis on critical issues of common concern, bringing people together to exchange views, build expertise, and develop policy options.