Princeton in Africa

Princeton in Africa

About the Princeton in Africa

Founded in 1999, Princeton in Africa develops young leaders committed to Africa’s advancement by offering yearlong fellowship opportunities with a variety of organization that work across the African continent. The program matches applicants with organizations working across the continent in various fields that include:
– Advocacy, Research and Civil Society
– Agricultural Development
– Business & Economic Development
– Community level development
– Education & Youth Capacity Building
– Environment and Conservation
– Income Generation
– International Humanitarian Aid & Development
– Public and Community Health

Location of award, if applicable: Africa

Eligible applicants:

University endorsement required?

No

Citizenship requirement:

No citizenship requirement

The Princeton in Africa application process:

Start by reviewing the scholarship website for details on eligibility and other requirements to determine whether it is a good fit for your academic and career goals.

Speak with your mentor(s) and CFSA about your plans to apply.

Join the mailing list by emailing piafapp@princetoninafrica.org and plan to attend the webinar organized by the PiAf in early October.

The application is open in late August.

Application components include:
– three essays
– transcript(s) (official and unofficial)
– one letter of recommendation
– application fee of $75

Application deadline is in late October.

Interested? Contact CFSA for more information on how to get started!

Advising contact:

Center for Fellowship & Scholarship Advising  Email:  cfsa@syr.edu More Information:  http://www.princetoninafrica.org/

Enter any terms you are interested, such as “Government” or “Biotechnology”,