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Call for Applications: Think Tank LINKS Fellowship!

How can young people go beyond protesting on the streets to demand for change? For the past two years CIPE and Atlas Corps have supported energetic advocates from Ukraine, Libya, Egypt, and other countries in transition to become effective policy-leaders in their communities through the Think Tank LINKS Fellowship program. And we’re inviting young researchers from around the world again to apply to this opportunity to gain new leadership and research skills!

Think Tank LINKS Fellows will shadow researchers and experts at leading U.S. think tanks for 6 months (January to July 2015), and will gain valuable insights and skills to improve their advocacy and leadership skills.

This is a fantastic opportunity that you don’t want to miss!

Watch the promotional video about the fellowship to learn more, or read about fellows’ experiences on CIPE’s blog.

The deadline is August 15, 2014 so don’t wait until the last minute to apply!

Think Tank LINKS Fellowship – Don’t Miss Out!

If you’re a young researcher interested in learning how to better articulate youth’s position in democratic or economic reform issues, don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity! Apply now to join the inaugural class of the Think Tank LINKS Fellowship, sponsored by CIPE and Atlas Corps.

Think Tank LINKS Fellows will shadow researchers and experts at leading U.S. think tanks for 6 months (January to June 2013), and will gain valuable insights and skills to improve their advocacy and leadership skills.

There’s less than a week left before the deadline, so start applying now before it’s too late!