- Grant Writing
The fellowship is structured and designed for undergraduates, recent graduates or graduate student with a demonstrated interest in international affairs and in gaining experience in working for a member-based non-profit organization.
1) Candidates must be a senior in college, recently graduated or a graduate student
2) Candidates must be willing to commit a minimum of 15 hours/week
3) The fellowship is 6 month program (one year preferred)
4) The Marketing, Communications and Operations Fellow requires mandatory event attendance
Candidates should have prior experience in professional office setting, strong computer skills, the capacity to balance and efficiently prioritize a range of responsibilities and strong oral, written and communication skills. It is critical that the candidate is committed to the World Affairs Council of Orange County’s mission.
Every fellow is required to work during their fellowship on a project that will target key organizational priority. These projects must encompass three main points: continuity, progress and sustainability. The project is expected to be implemented and completed, two weeks before the fellowship ends. On the last week of the fellowship, the fellows will present their projects to their supervisors, Executive Board and fellowship donors.
- Professional Development
- Mentorship & Coaching
- Career Guidance
- Access To WACOC Events
The fellowship program is unpaid; however, a $1000 stipend for 6 month commitment (1 year – $2000) will be awarded at the end of the term, as well as access to WACOC speakers and events including lunch/dinner and any related parking fees.
Application & Submission Date (Based on 6 month fellowship)
For Communication and Grant writing Fellowships: Please e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org your resume, cover letter and writing sample along with a completed online application.
For Marketing Fellowship:
Please e-mail at email@example.com your resume and cover letter along with a completed online application. Optional Marketing fellowship applicants should submit an example of website or social media page that they currently manage or has managed in the past.
Due to the number of resumes we typically receive, we are unable to acknowledge each applicant personally. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted; no phone calls, please.