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Hart Fellowship Program Information Session

Event to be held in Sanford 223. For more information about the program, visit:

The Hart Fellows Program (HFP) offers recent Duke graduates ten-month fellowships with organizations abroad that are facing complex social, political and humanitarian problems. This capstone experience helps fellows develop their own vision for ethical leadership as they move into professional life. Since its inception in 1995, 97 Hart Fellows have served community partner organizations in 40 countries across six continents.

Hart Fellows engage in research service-learning (RSL): they produce community-based research projects of tangible benefit to the organizations they serve, while engaging in structured, critical reflection about their work. Fellows are paired with experienced mentors within their host organizations, and gain direct experience working on global issues such as forced migration, HIV/AIDS, and youth-focused poverty alleviation. Fellows help to build organizational capacity, write grants and document programs.

Contact: Adam Beyer