"When Sergio joined us, we expected him to make a significant contribution to our understanding of Latin America. Waht we did not expect was for him to become a leading advocate throughout the region...that is that happened." - Ambassador Terry Miller, Director of the Center for International Trade and Economics at The Heritage Foundation
The next class of Atlas Corps-CIPE Think Tank LINKS Fellows will take place January through July 2014 in Washington, DC.
Interested in developing your research and leadership skills?
Learn more about becoming a Think Tank LINKS Fellow!
Interested in hosting talented young professionals from around the world?
Learn more about hosting a Think Tank LINKS Fellow!
In 2013, CIPE and Atlas Corps welcomed three fellows and three host think tanks for the inaugural class.
Cato Institute - Maksim Karliuk from the Belarusian Institute of Strategic Studies (Belarus) worked
closely with a senior fellow at Cato on regulatory issues and financial crisis in the United States.
Heritage Foundation - Sergio Daga from the Políticas Públicas para la Libertad (Bolivia) conducted
research for the Index of Economic Freedom.
Blog Post: Driving Economic Growth in Bolivia: Institutions and Productivity
Project on Middle East Democracy (POMED) - Sally Roshdy from the One World Foundation (Egypt)
worked closely with the advocacy and partnership teams to help expand POMED's initiatives in Egypt,
Tunisia, and Libya.
CIPE and Atlas Corps are looking for qualified candidates who have:
After the initial screening by CIPE and Atlas Corps, top applicants will be interviewed and selected by the respective Host Think Tank staff. Preference will be given to non-OECD applicants.
Click here to read more about the application process, and the benefits and responsibilities of becoming a Fellow. The priority deadline to be considered for our January 2014 Think Tank LINKS Fellowship is July 15.
|1. Complete "interest form" (http://bit.ly/
We use this information to select up to five candidates for review.
2. Review and Interview* pre-screened candidates provided.
There is no cost or commitment to review candidates.
3. Select Candidate to serve as Fellow, sign Host Agreement, and submit cost share.
|4. Engage Fellow in six months of full-time service in organization.||January|
|5. Conclude Fellowship.||
Click here to find out about the benefits of hosting a fellow, and how to become a Host Organization. Deadline is August.
Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) strengthens democracy around the globe through private enterprise and market-oriented reform. CIPE is one of the four core institutes of the National Endowment for Democracy. Since 1983, CIPE has worked with business leaders, policymakers, and journalists to build the civic institutions vital to a democratic society. CIPE's key program areas include anti-corruption, advocacy, business associations, corporate governance, democratic governance, access to information, the informal sector and property rights, and women and youth. www.cipe.org
Atlas Corps is an international nonprofit that addresses critical issues by developing leaders, strengthening organizations, and promoting innovation through an overseas fellowship of skilled nonprofit professionals. Profiled as a "best practice" in international exchange by the Brookings Institution and the World Economic Forum, Atlas Corps engages experienced leaders in 12-18 month, Our network of Fellows includes 130 nonprofit leaders from 35 countries. Atlas Corps Fellows serve at organizations such as Ashoka, CentroNia, Habitat for Humanity, Points of Light Institute, Public Health Institute, UN Foundation, and the U.S. Peace Corps. www.atlascorps.org
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