Applications Open Soon for the Fall 2016 Project Pengyou Leadership Training Summit

by Project Pengyou on May 22nd, 2016   1364 views

Apply in July to join a nationwide leadership network of inspiring American and Chinese students to build a brighter future for the U.S. and China.

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FALL 2016 APPLICATIONS OPEN SOON!

Leadership Fellows will attend an intensive four-day Leadership Training Summit in Fall 2016. Training curriculum is based on a successful course at Harvard University called “Leadership, Organizing and Action: Leading Change”.  Applications open July 18.


WHO CAN APPLY

  • American and Chinese students who have lived and/or studied in both the United States and China.
  • Current students in the United States, enrolled for at least one academic year. Preference will be given to applicants attending schools with at least one American and one Chinese student applying to the program.

WHAT WE’RE LOOKING FOR

  • Highly committed individuals to launch and lead a robust Project Pengyou Chapter that promotes cross-cultural inclusion, constructive dialogue and U.S.-China exchange.
  • Students with strong potential for leadership, community building, and strategic thinking.


***Contact nihao@projectpengyou.org with any questions

“I hope you recognize that the personal touch you bring to building bridges between our two nations is the bedrock for even better relations in the future.” – Max Baucus, U.S. Ambassador to China, Letter to Project Pengyou Chapters

Project Pengyou LOGOABOUT PROJECT PENGYOU:

Project Pengyou is a non-profit initiative of the Golden Bridges Foundation that was conceived in 2011 as the alumni network of the President’s 100,000 Strong Initiative. Our mission is to empower and mobilize a rising generation of US-China bridge-builders to serve, inspire and transform lives. Through our Project Pengyou Leadership Fellows program, we are establishing campus chapters across America to champion a deeper understanding of China and to encourage active US-China engagement beyond the classroom.


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