Princeton in Africa (Piaf)
Princeton in Africa develops young leaders committed to Africa’s advancement by offering yearlong fellowship opportunities with a variety of organizations that work across the African continent.
Work placements can be in international development, health, education, social enterprises, environment & conservation, or agricultural development.
- 50 fellowship awards, which will include:
- On the ground expenses, including housing and living stipend.
- Medical, medical evacuation, and security evacuation insurance.
- Housing and meals for pre-departure orientation for all Fellows.
- Mid-year retreat in Africa (including partial travel grant for travel to and from the retreat location).
- Have obtained a bachelor’s degree prior to departure.
Qualifications for a competitive application
- Select a fellowship from the database that matches your interest and past experience.
- Have a strong commitment to working in a local community.
- Be adaptable and demonstrate this quality in your application.
- Demonstrate a belief in international exchange, and the power of cross cultural experiences.
- Campus deadline: October 15th
- National Deadline: October 28th